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Published December 6th 2011
RedWater Markets, Picture courtesy of City of Sydney

RedWater Markets are a community project created by the Factory Community Centre in conjunction with Clubs NSW, Housing NSW and City of Sydney. These markets are in support of the Redfern and Waterloo area.

On every third Saturday of the month, the focus is on sustainability with second-hand, environmentally friendly, handmade or recycled goods. All of the profits gained from selling stall spaces are utilised on sustainable development of the area. Projects such as the Cycle-Re-Cycle Club and the Waterloo Recycling Workshop are supported.

Expect to find flowers, plants, second-hand clothes, books, food, handmade items, community groups and recycled goods at RedWater.

Don't miss out on the upcoming round of RedWater markets on Saturday 17 December from 08.00 to 16.00 at Redfern Park, they're only on once a month. Help encourage community spirit and do your bit for sustainability, all whilst purchasing unique and environmentally friendly holiday gifts for your loved ones.
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Why? Do your bit for sustainability and give a unique gift
When: 3rd Saturday of every month
Where: Redfern Park, Corner of Chalmers St. & Redfern St. Redfern 2016
Cost: Depends on what you buy
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