Get ready Perth! This summer, come down to Whitford Nodes and help celebrate the welcomed return of Markets by the Sea!
Sunday 20th December 2020, 9am-2pm
Sunday 10th January 2021, 9am-2pm
Sunday 14th February 2021, 9am-2pm
Sunday 14th March 2021, 9am-2pm
Originally launched in 2017, Markets by the Sea is now regarded as one of Perth's best summer markets. For the upcoming summer 2020/21 season, organisers are gearing up for their biggest series of events yet, with additional vendors, more entertainment and extra excitement coming to the beaches of the northern suburbs!
Enjoy relaxed Sunday vibes by the beachside venue at Whitfords Nodes Reserve in Hillarys with a unique and varied selection of over 80 high-quality stallholders, over 15 food trucks serving up street food/brunch favourites, acoustic music, huge kids play area, and a chilled space to catch up with friends and family and soak up all the summer vibes!
Sundays have never looked so good with over 80 incredible artists, creators, designers, growers, foodies and lovers of all things local coming together to create a vibrant and uplifting event. Retailers will create the ultimate summer shopping experience with art and photography, clothing, homewares, swimwear, handmade gifts, candles, plants, pet wear, swimwear, trinkets, and much, much, more on offer.
Markets by the Sea's stunning North of the River venue sets it apart from other markets around Perth. The park reserve offers 400 FREE parking bays, BBQ areas, toilet facilities, giant natural swimming pool and leafy green surrounds - all the essentials for a lively and successful market day.
Markets by the Sea is no ordinary market, it is a must-do summer experience for Perth! Don't miss this vibrant and uplifting event in a picturesque location.
The event has gained the support of the local council due to the excitement, interaction and community engagement it will bring to the northern suburbs. Marketgoers are encouraged to use #marketsbythesea to share their Sunday market experience.
Markets by the Sea acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land - the Noongar People, of Elders past and present, on which this event takes place.