New name, new outdoor venue - the Sunshine Coast Collective Markets is back on again! You might remember them as the Mooloolaba Collective Markets, the sensational markets that were held down in Mooloolaba at the local school.
Well, nothing has changed, except the name and the venue. Sunshine Coast Collective Markets is holding their next outdoor (hooray, they are back outdoors and ready to soak up the sun) market day on Sunday 14 January 2018 at Coolum State Primary School. The fantastic news is that the fabulous Sunshine Coast Collective Markets have now found their 'forever home' and will be on every month in 2018 at Coolum State Primary School.
The Sunshine Coast Collective Market showcases very high-quality wares from local and up-and-coming designers; new small businesses; fashion; lifestyle and gourmet food. The line-up of stalls has been very carefully selected providing a modern and relaxed approach to indoor/outdoor shopping whilst supporting the local community.
In addition, the Sunshine Coast Collective Markets are very excited to announce that they are opening up for those wanting to sell their vintage clothes. If you'd like to run a stall or sell your vintage clothes please contact Sunshine Coast Collective Markets at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sunshine Coast Collective Markets are an extremely popular market, bursting with energy, friendliness and stallholders who love to engage you in friendly chatter. Here's a taster of some of the unique artists who love to call the Sunshine Coast Collective Markets 'home'.
Asha Jane and Co - is a local laser cutting studio, making ready made and customised wooden and acrylic products.
Asha Jane, a local laser cutting studio - Images: Elaine de Wet
Don't have time to have your hair or the children's' hair cut during the week - then The Fox & Dandelion Hair Bar is also available - an on-site mobile hairdresser - with just the quaintest name and the cutest caravan.
Have your hair cut! How convenient is that? - Image: Elaine de Wet
Look out for Falafel Baraka, serving up Middle Eastern food and Lani and Lola for your caffeine hit of the day. Plenty of live music and entertainment all morning will ensure all 'other' members of the family will be kept busy, allowing you plenty of time to browse and shop at leisure.
Get your caffeine hit from Lani and Lola - Image: Lani and Lola FB page
Shop unique, shop handmade - the Sunshine Coast Collective Markets are totally local and totally distinctive - a perfect reason to come and support all our local amazing creators and designers on the Sunshine Coast. Sunshine Coast Collective Markets are certainly one of the best markets on the Sunshine Coast.