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Browse around these markets and pick up great bargains
These Markets are certainly worth the visit.
If you happen to arrive early morning you will only notice a couple of figures walking down the empty driveway and by the time it hits the opening time, these markets are jam-packed with over thirty stalls and the once empty driveway is now transformed into a hive of activity.
The Market is spread out down the carpark on the city side of All Saints Church and continues past The Jesse Tree, All Saints Gift & Op Shop all the way through to the Quiet Gardens and back to the church into the Julie Hawker Centre at the back of the property.
You will find plenty of goodies here and you certainly will not be disappointed with the fresh fruit & vegetable produce, home baked goodies and treats, local honey, local crafts, collectables, BBQ, tantalising cuisines and much more...
Inside the hall there are more surprises and goodies to admire and purchase ranging from delicious home baked cakes, biscuits, jams and sweets, all sorts of crafts and do not forget to visit upstairs where you can rummage through the bric-a-brac.
There is a bookstore to browse through and outside stalls that sell a range of everything from plants to candles.
The Jesse Tree is also opened on all All Saints Market days and there is a range of products to browse through and buy ranging from vintage homewares, collectables, books, handmade crafts & cards, plants and local produce as well as homemade goodies. The store is open from 9am-2pm.
Be sure to scribble in the Market days in your calendar!