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Come to this unique makers' market
Makers markets are always great, as you see a lot of items that you do not see anywhere else! Some of these makers, in fact many of them are so clever when it comes to designing and making gifts and things!
The Makers Nest Design Markets will be held on 16th June 2019 from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. They will be held at The Tramsheds, 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge.
The Makers' Nest design market is only held twice a year and this is the winter edition. This market will be a carefully curated event, which will showcase authentic, talented Australian makers. There will be something of interest for all ages and budgets such as:
At these markets, you will find excellent examples of articles that successful Australian artisans are making now. There will be a carefully selected group of artisans who excel at making their goods. They will showcase up to 50 different makers and their latest work, so this market will be well worth attending!
These markets are a family-friendly event in the community hall above the beautiful Tramsheds. At this venue, you can also have as much food and drinks as you can handle in the busy food hall downstairs, including the popular Sunday Growers Market. Here you can get all your fruit and vegetables fresh from the growers.
So please join in and come to these markets and shop local, meet the makers and enjoy the visual feast on show – for one day only!
Entry cost is $2 with children under 12 years of age being free. The Makers' Nest Market is an indoor, all-weather and totally accessible one-day event that is held in the community hall above the Tramshed's food hall.
The Harold Park Tramsheds at Glebe is now repurposed as one of Sydney's newest food destinations and is the perfect backdrop for this event.
There is two hours free parking on site and Jubilee Park light rail station and bus stops are right at the doorstep.
The aim of these markets is that the organisers feel it is vital to support small creative businesses. They are the beginnings of new, clever ideas and often start fresh Australian design trends. Twice a year, they will showcase a quality mix of artisans who have a broad range of styles and aesthetics. These artists are also at various stages in their careers and are excellent examples of what successful Australian artisans are making now!