Admission is free to browse a variety of stalls selling quirky and interesting designs from around one hundred local Australian creatives.
Ceramics, socks, printed t-shirts, jewellery, fashion and homewares converge on Federation Square to sell a variety of limited edition and handcrafted items direct-to-the-public. The event only happens twice every year.
Honey and Heid, A Thoughtful Spot, Truso andThe Original Murse Co. sell vintage, handcrafted and recreated purses and leather handbags.
InSync Design, Katrina Barden, Lott Studio, Maekar, and Manuela Agreja Jewels are a few local Australian names selling a range of hypoallergenic, glimmery and shimmery jewelry.
Hamb, Jacob and Esau, Naomi Murrell, and Millicent Elizabeth are just a couple of local Australian clothing designers selling clothes direct to the public.
For shoes, check-out a range of sizes to suit everybody from the young to the not-so-young and every-body in between, with local designers Rollie Nation and Belmore Nation to name just two.
Top it all off with a wheatbag from Wheatbags Love and maybe a new bedspread from Feliz Home and you are set for a snuggly, cozy wintry season.
These are just a few local designers to get amped and in the mood for a spending spree or just browse the brilliant array of creative talent Australia has.