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Wollongong Produce & Creative Traders Market

Wollongong
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About the property


 
     

Local growers and producers gather every Friday, bringing fresh fruit and vegetables, plants, organic wood fired bread, cakes, dips, nuts, olive oils & cheeses.

The market is a forum in which local artists showcase their talents. A wide variety of arts, crafts, and produce are on display offering a taste of the traditional and drawing on the creativity inherent in the region's cultural diversity.

Wollongong Produce and Creative Markets run every Friday from 9am to 3pm, and are situated right in the middle of Wollongong's Crown Street Mall.

Beautiful organic sourdough bread from the Berry Bakery,delicious hot food stalls,indian curries, Thai and Malay also,Himalayan Noodle dishes,Turkish Gozleme, Shepards Bakehouse breads, Iridology, fresh grown produce, cakes and biscuits, handmade jewellery, handmade soaps, plants, chinese greens, healing herbal teas, strawberries, nuts and dried fruits,craft, crystals, honey, hungarian donuts, mueslis, and much much more ..

 

Where
Wollongong City Mall
Crown Street
Wollongong NSW 2500
www.wollongongmarkets.squarespace.com

Contact
Tel: 0422 781 920 or 0425 277 118

When
Every Friday 9am to 3pm

LOCATION

Wollongong

About Wollongong

Windswept, wild and a little bit sexy

Built off the back of Coal, Steel and shipping this industrial baby has blossomed into an eclectic and interesting beauty. Offering dining experiences from fine to funky, art that cover its walls and creates whole festivals, shopping that will easily empty your purse and of course a beach, golf course and marina to play in.

Wollongong has the wonders of is natural surrounds with the city delights of the world class theatre, stadium, award winning restaurants, observatory and art gallery.

The kids are very well catered for with the lush parklands and playgrounds at Stuart Park, the Discovery Centre at the University of Wollongong and a Science centre at the observatory.

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