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Grab a bargain from hundreds of unique products
The April Gift and Craft Market will offer hundreds of products for sale, all unique, many handmade and none of which can be bought in regular stores.
A range of attractive Lavender products at the Gift and Craft Market.
The Market will be held at the Adelaide Showgrounds in Wayville from Friday 29th April to Sunday 30th April inclusive and will be open from 10.00 am to 5.00pm on each of those days. Admission to the fair is free.
Colourful, hand-made toys will delight the younger members of the family.
A huge variety of gifts and crafts will be on display and available for sale, many at special, bargain prices.
Items which might interest the female members of the family include clothing, handbags, fashion accessories, jewellery, soaps, cosmetics and skin care products. Children are catered for with books, dolls and toys and the whole family will enjoy delectable home-made confectionery, gourmet foods and condiments.
Jewellery in many different styles will tempt the girls and ladies.
Home decor and other products available to enhance the home will include glassware and ceramics, prints and posters, picture frames, garden ornaments and plants, and those interested in crafts and hobbies will be well catered for with stalls specialising in, amongst other things, beads, scrapbooking, card making, family crests and history.
Porcelain and ceramic items for personal use or for attractive gifts.
People looking for a unique or special present will find a huge range of items suitable for gifts including candles, lavender products, ornaments, ceramic and porcelain giftware, sun-catchers, scarves and other knitted articles and leather goods.
Many scarves and other home knitted items will be available for sale and appropriate for winter weather.
Visitors to the Gift and Craft Market will have the opportunity to attend several other lifestyle events being held concurrently at the Adelaide Showgrounds, although entry to these events is not free, with tickets (one ticket for all three events) costing $10.00 for adults and $8.00 for pensioners. Children under 15 are admitted free if accompanied by an adult.
These events are:
The Adelaide Animal Expo where you can see and touch hundreds of animals, meet Dr Harry from Better Homes and Gardens, get advice from leading animal experts and buy a wide range of pet products at special Expo prices.
The Sunday Mail Home Living Expo where you can see and buy the latest in home renovations, furnishings, decor and outdoor living and learn from industry experts at do-it-yourself demonstrations and seminars
The Food and Cooking Show which will tempt your taste buds and offer you the opportunity to buy the best in food, kitchens, appliances and products
Charity stalls will offer a variety of home-made items.
The venue is wheelchair friendly with toilets and baby change facilities. A variety of food and drinks will be available in the food court outside the Wayville Pavilion where there is a good supply of tables and chairs if you wish to sit down to eat.
A choice of food and drinks will be available and plenty of places to sit and eat.
Getting to the Adelaide Showgrounds is easy with a variety of travel options available.
Bus Several routes service the Showground with bus stops 1 or 2 on Goodwood Road being the most convenient to the Adelaide Showground.
Tram A tram departs from Victoria Square in the city and from outside the Adelaide Railway Station every 20 minutes, and takes five-minutes to reach Goodwood Road Station, Stop 3. It is then a five-minute walk from the tram stop to the Adelaide Showground
Train The Adelaide Showground Station is located on the south-eastern corner of Anzac Highway and Greenhill Road and is fully integrated with the Showground.
Bike Track Cycling is a great way to access the Adelaide Showground from all areas.
Taxi The Adelaide Showground is a five-minute taxi ride from the Adelaide CBD and a 15-minute journey from Adelaide Airport. Taxis can be called for pickup from the Goyder Forecourt on Goodwood Road, or the Rose Terrace entrance.
Car The Adelaide Showground is bounded by Goodwood Road, Greenhill Road and Anzac Highway and is easily accessible from all three arterial roads. Off-street, ticketed parking on the showgrounds can be accessed via the Leader Street gate or the Rose Terrace gate.
Parking prices are: First half hour - Free, ½ to 2 hours - $3.00, Over 2 hours - $8.00.
People on foot can enter the showgrounds via the Kidman gate on Rose Terrace or the Ridley gate on Goodwood Road.