Craft Markets are the lovely alternative to bright and flashy shopping centres at Christmas. They provide thoughtful, handmade, well-considered options that are a step away from mass produced and imported wares, especially when you are trying to buy for that person who has everything.
One of the best Craft Market settings on the Peninsula is without a doubt the picturesque Point Nepean National Park. It is here you will find a virtual wonderland of potential gifts to give this Christmas. From homewares to children's accessories, clothing and fashion items, eco-friendly products, gardening items, fresh flowers, fresh produce and baked goods and ever so much more.
As you stroll past over 250 plus stalls filled with arts and crafts and artisan wares, purchase something hot and delicious and being served fresh for lunch while you enjoy the live music and entertainment.
The next Craft Market is being held at the Quarantine Station in the Point Nepean National Park on Sunday 27th November 2016 from 9am to 2pm. Parking is $5 per car and there are strictly no dogs permitted in the park.