The much-loved Inglewood Monday Night Markets are back for a new season from Monday, October 17 and will run through to the end of April, 2023.
Around 40 street food vendors will line Beaufort Street for the Inglewoodt Monday Night Markets
The markets are always a great way for locals and visitors from surrounding suburbs to take an evening stroll with family or the dog and pick up a meal from dozens of vendors along Beaufort Street. Already lined up to participate this year are vendors with street food with the flavours of Greece, Thailand, Japan, India, Turkey, France, Holland, China, Canary Islands, and Italy.
There's something for everyone from curries and bao buns to delightful desserts of crepes and ice cream.
The markets feature food flavours from around the world
It includes vegan, vegetarian, dairy free and gluten free meal options for the whole family and runs along Beaufort Street from Eighth to Tenth Avenue.
Licenced bar and dining area, the 'Red Fox Den', sponsored by Beaufort Street-based, boutique real estate agency, Red Fox Property Group, will be back in the car park next to the Inglewood Library. Joining the food stalls will be several bricks and mortar businesses along Beaufort Street which will open on Monday nights.
The markets will showcase entertainment for the family and will also feature a season of Fringe World performances
Buskers will keep the crowds entertained and there is plenty of seating on Ninth Avenue which will be closed off on both sides of Beaufort Street, as well as the Red Fox Den, Inglewood Town Square, and the Inglenooks landscaped public open spaces.
This is the eighth season of the iconic markets which will run from 6pm to 9pm each Monday. The only two Mondays the markets won't run will be December 26 and January 2.
Promotional performances of Fringe World acts, which have proven successful in the past few years, will also run early in the new year.
There is plenty of seating at the markets
Organisers are planning to feature family entertainment from time to time, including the popular dog shows.
Vendors are encouraged to have at least one meal on their menu for $10 or less.
The Woof Meow Tweet Squeak treat truck returns for homemade gourmet, healthy pet treats.
Monday evenings are perfect for a stroll down Beaufort Street to pick up food and a treat for a furry friend
The markets are zero waste with all vendors using 100 per cent sustainable and compostable packaging.
The City of Stirling
is a proud supporter of the Inglewood on Beaufort Monday night markets which are part of the Town Team Movement.
To find out more about the markets go to www.facebook.com/InglewoodMondayNightMarkets