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Now & Then Markets - Autumn Leaves Festival, Wolli Creek 2014

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A fun day filled with entertainment and bargains
The Now & Then Markets' festivals are held five times a year in one of the most stunning grounds of Wolli Creek - the Wolli Creek's Rowers on Cooks River.

The day is sure to be packed with many things to do from stall markets to pony rides, free face painting, jumping castle, free gift bags, free balloons, petting farm and of course many food stalls to get your taste buds excited.

There are over sixty stall holders ranging from fashion, jewellery, vintage items, homewares, handmade treasures and gifts, accessories, toys and much more.... all of course ranging from 'now' to 'back then'.

There are plenty of food stalls as well to spoil your senses with freshly brewed coffee, sweet and savoury stalls and of course many international food stalls, too. There is a bar as well to have a drink and enjoy the atmosphere by the river. Do note that all visitors over 18 who enter the club must sign in using a photo ID, e.g driver's licence.

The day is family friendly with live music playing all day long and do not forget to take some time out to admire the lovely riverside.

There are around 140 free parking spaces and it is only a ten minute walk from Wolli Creek Station.

It is just down from the Princess Hwy from Ikea, Tempe.
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Why? To grab a bargain and enjoy a fun day out with the kids!
When: 2 March 2014 - 10am- 3pm
Where: Rowers on Cooks River, 1 Levey St, Wolli Creek
Cost: Free (unless you make purchases)
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