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Autumn treasure market day out in Belair
Its on again! The Belair Autumn Treasure Market on 3 May 2014 is set to be a great family day out.
Belair Autumn Treasure Market
This market is not only free to all stall holders it offers locals and school students the opportunity to fund raise.
You will be entertained by guitarist Tony Ward and music students from the local community.
But what will happen on the day? You will be spoilt for choice!!! The event is a mixture of market stalls and car boot sale sites. There will be food stalls, new and second hand goods and entertainment, great coffee, authentic French crepes and gluten free baked goods. You will be able to pick up flowers and Mother's Day presents and second hand teenage clothes.
How to get there? Belair is an easy drive from the city. Just take Unley Road south to the hills, keep going up Belair Road, past the Windy Point look out and you will soon hit the township of Belair. Alternatively head south along Fullarton Road and Old Belair Road. Follow the map to the market site.
Whilst in Belair why not take the chance to also visit the Belair National Park and the Windy Point look out and restaurant where you will get great views of the city and surrounding area.
All stallholders are asked to make a voluntary contribution at the end of the day to the Belair Uniting Church who host the Treasure Market, so come along and support this fantastic Belair community initiative. Find a few treasures, enjoy local entertainment and food and get some well earned fresh air in the wonderful Adelaide Hills.