Every Thursday and Saturday morning the Boot Hill Market comes to life. And while most markets have a hustle and haggle feel about them, this market has an added charm that's in the name itself. From the trunk of a car, or the back of a van - that's how people sell their wares at the Boot Hill Market.
And in such a casual setting, you can expect that the wares are informal and eccentric. Electronics, knick-knacks, used auto parts, old fishing gear, soil-encrusted plastic plant pots and grandmas jewellery make up just a part of the spread that's to be found there.
Aside from all these things, you will come across books, new and used clothing, bed linen, shoes, furniture and even a massage stall - and there is free parking available all along Swettenham Road.
If you would like to be a vendor yourself, simply turn up and pay on the day - $35 for a Thursday and $40 for a Saturday. For more information on the market, or becoming a vendor, visit the market website.
Above all the Boot Hill Market is a great spot to browse and, like me, I'm sure you will leave with some great bargains.