Do you want more variety in your market experience? Roleystone Markets aim to have no more than three stalls offering the same principal product. Variety, combined with an emphasis on local arts and craft ensure Roleystone Winter Market is the place 'to see and be seen'.
Handpicked to ensure a great range of excellent quality home grown and home made products, the stallholders at Roleystone Markets have something for all tastes. The wide variety of products and produce enjoyed in previous markets will be even better.
What better time than winter, to visit the little village of Roleystone located high in the Hills, 30 kilometres south east of Perth. After a successful 2013 and superb start (in their new location) to 2014, Roleystone Winter Market continues to excel with a great mix of food, crafts and entertainment.
Turning onto the Brookton Highway, off Albany Highway Kelmscott, takes you through rolling hills to the Roleystone Markets, situated in lovely Cross Park. Turn off at Holden road and follow the signs to the new location situated along Jarrah Road between Wygonda and Heather Road.
I could not find a spot to stop and take a photo of the most beautiful sections, despite the good road. Therefore, you will just have to experience it yourself.
To become a member you do not need any experience or knowledge, just an enjoyment of gardening. Everyone learns from each other and a qualified Horticulturist is in the group. The gardening is not heavy work, friendly and all produce is shared. Check out their website for more in information (and maybe rent a plot). All ages are welcome.
Gardening Experts Roster
How to Get that Grasshopper to Sing a Different Tune and Other Gardening Questions
You are invited to bring along your challenging gardening problems for an onsite diagnosis and solution.
10.00am 11.00am Chris Oliver local Horticulturist in charge of the development of the Roleystone Community Garden. Chris will assist with any issues regarding trees and soils.
11.00am 12.00noon Lisa Porter will help you with growing all things organic.
12.00noon 1.00pm Wayne Stokes will be available to help with anything you wish to know about growing veggies.
The popular pony rides are back, always a great favourite with budding equestrians. For those who prefer to pat or watch, The Animal Farm with its myriad of furry and feathered friends will keep the children (and adults) occupied.
The Roleystone Musicians Club returns after their great performance at the last Market to entertain in the newly developed busking area. The improved sound system
should ensure that everyone enjoys the great spirit and ambience of the Roleystone Winter Market.
Look out for tea candles in recycled vintage cups and saucers by artist Stephanie Boyle and delicious goodies from Carinyah Gluten Free Foods. Along with handmade Creations by Reeann, Melts from Rainy's and Texas Sauce to spice up your food.
Spoil your sweet tooth with offerings from Youngs Confectionary, Gidga Gourmet Fudge and Truffles by Trish. Fresh fruit and flowers, The Australian Native Nursery, Elegant Crystals and Mystical Mushies, represent some of the unique offerings at Roleystone Winter Market.
Ready for action and they will never run out of batteries
Judging by the previous markets, no one should go hungry. There will be plenty of comfort food as you enjoy the entertainment, activities and stroll around the various stalls at Roleystone Winter Market.
Image of Power balls courtesy of AKARAKINGDOMS / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Image of Grasshopper courtesy of Idea go / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
All other photos are courtesy of the Roleystone Facebook page.
Artwork and photo of Community Garden by John F.
Phone:General Enquiries: Maria Ford on 0407 985 319; Stallholder Enquiries: Catherine Schaefer on 0439 499 545 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Pam Edwards - Secretary/Marketing & Publicity: email@example.com