Supporting Curtin students and staff who have a small business on the side, or just enjoy exploring creativity as a hobby.
These will be unique, local home businesses (and not commercial franchises), such as fashion, jewellery, plants, handmade items, crafts, boutique clothing, decorative home items, books, vintage/collectables, candles, low-risk foods such as cookies, sweets, cakes could also be there.
2. GUILTY PLEASURE MARKET This is a new venture and is called "Guilty Pleasure Market". It is so named because it is always a good time for dessert!
The sweet tooth market is designed to embody and capture the fun side of the greatest innovative bakery minds here in Perth and will be showcasing the creative skills and the delicious sweet treats that many of us want to experience.
This event will be held on 16th May, 2018 from 11.30 am to 2.30 pm at Lower Henderson.
3. LIVIN' ON THE VEG This is a new and exciting concept in food!
It is 100% plant-based food market designed to capture an experience like no other. This market is for those people who want to make and see a difference to veganism in Perth, and experience food that is entirely vegan.
It is also held so that you can connect with like-minded people who are excited, passionate or just plain curious about a completely different, and healthy way of eating.
This will be held on 9th May from 11.30 am to 2.30 pm at Lower Henderson.
4. FOOD MARKETS AND ASIAN MARKET
Curtin's famous food markets are back this year and they will be better than ever!
With a huge variety of food trucks for you to feast upon and get your mouths around, this is the perfect lunchtime break for all.
To top off all this wonderful food, there will also be musicians at the food markets and these will be as follows:
28th March - Christian Zappia
11th April - Nicky Sandover
18th April - Fiona Rae
5. CLOTHING SWAP
Curtin University will hold it' very popular clothing swap again on 28th March, 11th and 18th April, 2018, at Lower Henderson.
Someone else's unwanted clothes could be your new ones in this great exchange. You can bring any used clothing that you no longer wear, and exchange it for any clothes that you like, with any leftover clothing getting donated to a worthy cause.
Visitors are able to park in the green, yellow and blue zones of the University.
Between 8.00 am and 5.00 pm you can pay for parking through your Cello Park app or at meters in the blue zones.