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Moruya Country Market

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by Gypsy Rose (subscribe)
I love travelling, discovering hidden gems & food. Experience the journey on Instragram! @gypsy_compass. Owner of do check it out for grazing platters and more :)
Published June 28th 2014
With the river scenery being the backdrop of this friendly atmosphere, Moruya Country Market is all about providing the people with local arts and crafts and fresh produce.

This non profit organisation was established in 1978 and donates to local hospitals, schools, charities, special needs and many more others.

With around 130 stalls ranging from handcrafted art and craft, leather, woodwork, candles, soaps, paintings, jewellery, plants and flowers, local produce such as vegetables, meats, fish and much more, this is one market that has it all.

There is nothing better than browsing for original quality bargains with a wide variety of assorted goods and services, all while you wander around the picturesque site.

There are many tempting food stalls to satisfy those hungry taste buds too.

There is a large playground to keep the kids entertained, along with a jumping castle, and there is live music by talented local musicians to keep you entertained as you shop for bargains.

This is one market in the Far South Coast that you want to visit to grab bargains, view the scenery, find fresh produce and just enjoy the day relaxing with music and not have to worry about the kids getting bored.

There is parking available near the markets.
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Why? To grab bargains and enjoy the entertainment as well as the picturesque view
When: Every Saturday - 7:30am-12:30pm
Where: Corner of Ford and Shore Street, Moruya
Cost: Free entrance
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