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Spend a relaxing day at this spiritual fair
This fair has been underway for a couple of years now and is growing bigger and more popular. There are now around four fairs a year and also a combination psychic fair with a Christmas market in December. For details of any future fairs, check the Facebook site here. The psychic fair is held at the Gawler Racecourse in the Jockey Club.
The next fair is Sunday February 25th 2018, for one day only, from 10am to 4pm.
Salt lamps for sale at the gawler psychic fair. Image by Kat May.
The Gawler Psychic Fair offers many types of psychics and readers in tarot and other modalities. There are healers with massage, reiki, chakra balancing and more. You will find interesting information on health and nutritional supplements to assist you with your health needs. While you are there, discover a wonderful array of jewellery, gemstones, divination cards and books, dreamcatchers, salt lamps, soaps and beauty products, gifts and clothing.
Funky tie dyed clothing for sale at the Christmas fair and market. Image by Kat May.
Take a break with some food trucks offering food and drinks and outdoor tables and chairs. You would probably need to take cash as not all stall holders would have credit facilities. This would make an ideal girl's day out or go by yourself, have a healing session and be pampered. Try a reading and find out what is in store for you this year.
The venue is a short walk from Evanston railway station. If arriving by train, head east along Para Rd to Barnett Road. The trotting track entrance is behind the Gawler Green Shopping Centre. If coming by car, take the first exit to Gawler from Main North Road. Turn left at Aldi and this street will take you around the back of the racecourse to the entry gate and carpark.
This lovely lady makes handmade soaps and candles. She comes to every fair. Try making your own candle melt. Image by Kat May.