Roleystone Markets, one of Perth's favourite markets, returns on Sunday 11 September with a spring spectacular - featuring a joyous celebration of exciting stallholders, family entertainment and kids activities!
Come along with the whole family from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm and enjoy a leisurely Sunday morning & afternoon in the delightful township of Roleystone. This hidden treasure is just 40 minutes from the CBD but it's a world away, boasting stunning scenery, a scenic drive and a vibrant village town centre.
Climbing the Perth Hills, through the stunning orchards and the lush valley will certainly not disappoint and neither will the destination of Cross Park, which will be transformed into a bustling marketplace. Situated on a huge oval and surrounded by shady trees, this large grassed area offers an inviting, spacious and protective bushland setting.
Over the past 9 years, Roleystone Markets has gained a well-deserved reputation for being one of the best markets in the region and has regularly been included in the top 10 must-visit lists!
Organisers have carefully curated a fabulous selection of stallholders that will be well-positioned around the park. Discover a diverse range of excellent quality, handmade products by local makers, creators and artisans and producers offering locally grown gourmet delights.
Wherever you turn, you are sure to be pleased by what's on offer! Choose from woodwork chopping boards, glass platters, bowls, light panels, local pottery, jams, sweets, olives, cards, exotic soap products, unique jewellery, glittering crystals, distinctive candles, handbags and so much more!
Importantly, there will be no more than three stalls selling the same product and absolutely no generic imported products. With a clear focus on quality and supporting the local community, Roleystone Market stands out from other community markets and maintains its reputation as a 'Destination Market'.
Brick Empire sells Lego-like Star Wars mini figures that are just amazing and will look great in any collection.
Inspired by the colours of Africa - Creation by innovated sewing, quilting and crafts. Home Decor
Handmade, one-of-a-kind, unique mats and baskets all made with recycled material and completely machine washable.
Adding to the vibrant community atmosphere is a selection of food trucks, showcasing the diversity of the region with food from all corners of the globe.
Below is just a small selection of the food offerings:
Traditional home-cooked roast dinners with all the trimmings but on the go. From a full meal to roast beef and gravy rolls, we have something for everyone - even popcorn chicken for the kids!
Mobile & delicious fresh soft serve ice-cream with tasty toppings and sweet treats.
Chips on a Stick WA, a twist to the traditional potato chip. A whole potato spiralled onto a bamboo skewer, dipped in a tasty batter and fried. Served with a choice of various mouth-watering seasonings. 100% Vegetarian and Vegan.
For a small village, Roleystone is offering an impressive array of free entertainment for all ages, including Bubble Wands, Giant Connect Four and Hacky Sack. Also, for a small fee, kids can enjoy a bouncy castle, Old MacDonald's Petting Farm, Scribbly Faces face painting and camel rides, while the more adventurous bigger kids can challenge themselves on the Roleystone Scouts Climbing bridge.
Enjoy music by Dave Cooper Music. Making his debut at the Roleystone Market, Dave is well known for his guitar playing and sultry singing of both original songs and covers.
Georgia Williamson, a local and a member of the Roleystone Theatre, will also be making her debut appearance at the market. Georgia has twice won Kelmscott Idol and performed solo at the RAC Arena as Youth Talent at One Big Voice. She has also recently performed at the City of Armadale Festival of Arts Community Choir.
Roleystone Market has everything to please all visitors, the colours, the music, the fun the food, the stalls and a great vibe! This is a genuine village market not far from the city! Those who have visited this market before, know to bring their blankets and picnics (or get food from the food vans) for the concert.
Those who have visited this market before, know to bring their blankets and picnics (or get food from the food vans) for the concert.
Turn onto the Brookton Highway, off Albany Highway Kelmscott, and you pass through one of the most scenic valleys in the Perth Hills to the Roleystone Markets, situated in Cross Park. Turn off at Holden road and follow the signs to the market location situated along Jarrah Road between Wygonda and Heather Road, just 30 kilometres south-east of Perth. FREE parking is available on-site