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Published May 13th 2012
I love markets. I love the different, quirky things I find at markets and I'm always looking out for new markets to hang out at.
I have visited the Mundaring Sunday Markets twice now, and on both occasions there were so many things to look at - it's hard to know where to look first!
I think, whatever you like, you'll find it at these markets which are run on the second Sunday of every month.
To give you an idea of what they sell, here's a brief list; seasonal fruit and veg, jewellery, dog kennels, scarves, bags, clothes, a plethora of craft items, second hand books and old-fashioned jewellery (love that), garden ornaments, plants, outdoor furniture, soap, honey, chutneys and preserves - the list is rather endless. And then there's the hall which has cakes, biscuits and yummies in it, along with more craft and gifts for that hard-to-please someone (I personally loved the cane toad wallets).
So you have all those stalls, and more, and heaps of food choices; the usual good tucker put out by Rotary, plus a burger van and an ice cream van. Also there is face painting for the kids and dogs are welcome.
Whatever your age, you are sure to have an excellent morning out.