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The Giant Twilight Market

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by Jenny Esots (subscribe)
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Get ready for a holiday weekend event for all those who love markets and bargain hunting. It is on Sunday, January 25th of the Long Weekend. A chance to enjoy a twilight event, without having to get up early the following day.

The Giant Twilight Market
The Giant Twilight Market

This market will be one massive market that you will not want to miss. There will be over 140 stalls to shop from, entertainment and amusements, plus free entry. Stalls included are ladies, men's, teens, kids, babies specialty stalls, clothing and fashion, jewelry and accessories, toys, plants, home decor, candles, pets, art work, crystals and gem stones, hot food, sweet food, cold food, beer, wine & spirits. Food options also include a BBQ and gourmet foods. Parking is free too.

Market time
Market time

The venue is Morphett Vale Football Oval (corner of South Road and Wheatsheaf Road, Morphett Vale). The event will be run on the Morphett Vale Football Oval as well as inside the Club.

It will be open from 3:00pm - 9:00pm. Further details available on the event Facebook page here

Bring along your friends for that bargain hunt.
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Why? Market time
When: Sunday, January 25th, 3pm to 9pm.
Where: Morphett Vale Football Oval (corner of South Road and Wheatsheaf Road Morphett Vale, 5162)
Cost: Free entry
Your Comment
I am wondering how many other people were dissapointed in the giant market yesterday? It just seemed that there were too many of the same types of stall and not enough food variety or food stalls. The train cost three dollars and my grand daughter was on it for less than five minutes. We had family come to it from Woodville and felt a bit embarrassed. Hopefully, if this is an annual event, there will be some free entertainment (such as buskers etc..) and a wider variety of stalks. Apparently the stalks cost $80.00 to run - a bit expensive for most general stall holders.
by Ros Stiles (score: 1|54) 2266 days ago
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