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Coledale Markets

Coledale
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About the property


 
     

"At Coledale Market you stroll around ready to receive. And receive you usually do, if you can stop talking to the other customers long enough to rifle through the stalls of pre loved clothes, books, earrings, crockery, paintings, beautiful handmade knits and soaps. If you can withstand the scent of curry and coffee, fresh bread & cakes, you can get some serious shopping done. This is the kind of market I love-- one which celebrates the handmade, home-cooked and recycled.
- Kerry OConnor

Be prepared to meet the whole community there Coledale market is not just a market, its a community event, there is music and food and conversation. The market settles itself in for the day in the local school grounds, in between the ocean and the escarpment...

Coledale School Markets run on the 4th Sunday of every month from 9am to 3pm, on the grounds of the Coledale Public School on Lawrence Hargrave Drive (the coastal road), Coledale NSW, 50 kms south of Sydney.

 

Where
Coledale Public School
766 Lawrence Hargrave Drive
Coledale NSW 2515
www.wollongongmarkets.squarespace.com

Contact
Tel: 0422 781 920 or 0425 277 118

When
4th Sunday of the Month 9am to 3pm

LOCATION

Rock pool by the ocean at Coledale beach

About Coledale

Coastal calm and charisma

Explore the ocean baths and rock pools which are considered some of the most beautiful on the coast. Be sure to pop into the Coledale markets (fourth Sunday of every month) for artisan gifts and yummy food.

Although the tiny strip of shops in Coledale can be traversed in a few minutes its offering are rich. Cheddo’s café and restaurant has the flair, sophistication and freshness of any Mediterranean eatery with a light filled setting and pastries calling your name from the marble bar. The cellar next door has an impressive wine, cider and beer selection. Coledale RSL offers beverages at the best prices in town and Schnitzels that could feed a family.

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