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by Vanessa ★ (subscribe)
WeekendNotes Chief Editor / Chief Writer / PR & Communications.
Published July 29th 2012
The Springfield Markets are a great family friendly community event held on the first Friday of every month from 3:00pm to 8:00pm at Robelle Parklands.

Springfield Markets

The Springfield Markets are a great destination for foodies, as there are a range of stallholders on-site selling a range of delightful multicultural dishes. If you would like to stock up on fruit and veg, the Springfield Markets are also home to a range of local producers and growers, who are sure to give you the very freshest items at affordable prices. You will also find imported goods and groceries, plus quality meat and dairy products.

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Springfield Markets also plays host to various local artists and designers selling a wide range of unique handmade products; from décor for inside and outside the home, to adorable fashion for babies and toddlers.

In addition to the shopping, the location of Springfield Markets is also pleasing as children can enjoy the shaded playground and waterpark and parents can relax at the nearby Robelle Cafe (check out the everyday menu here).

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Still need an incentive to venture down next Friday?

Well, entry is free and parking is available on site.

For more information on the Springfield Markets, please visit the Robelle Domain Parklands website and Facebook profile.
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Why? A great family friendly community event.
When: Every Saturday
Where: Robelle Parklands, Education City Drive, Springfield
Cost: Free Entry
Your Comment
My husband & I went to Springfield Markets last Sunday and were quite disappointed with it I;m afraid. There were only one row of stalls which only took no longer than 10 mins to walk along.
Even just driving from Forest Lake it wasn't worth the effort. Sorry.
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by steve (score: 2|134) 1735 days ago
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