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This Autumn and Winter, Local & General Markets is presenting a brand new series of Pop Up Shops in four major shopping centres throughout Perth!

This is a special opportunity to peruse a curated selection of handmade and unique stalls in the comfort and convenience of your local shopping centre.

Each event is FREE to attend and there will be a diverse range of unique, funky & global stalls to explore.

Highlights include homemade jams & sauces, olives & spices, handmade jewellery, handmade bibs & baby products, children's and women's clothing, home décor, soy candles, soaps, handmade skin care products, hair accessories, paper flowers, handmade giftware, succulent arrangements and lots more!

This a great opportunity to stock up on one-of-a-kind gifts for loved ones (Mother's Day is just around the corner) and enjoy all that your local shopping centre has to offer.

Make a day of it and enjoy breakfast, a visit to Local & General Markets and a spot of window shopping!

Pop up markets are only open to handmade and unique market stalls and will be at the following centres:

  • Morley Galleria, 22 & 23 April

  • Warnbro Centre, 29 April

  • Warwick Grove, 6 & 7 May

  • Halls Head, 24 & 25 June
  • For all the latest on each event, including stallholders and trading times, please visit the official Facebook profile.

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    When: April, May & June
    Where: Perth
    Cost: Free entry for patrons
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