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Published June 1st 2018
These are 9 markets that are open during the winter months
Markets are always a popular and interesting place to go. Although in our winter there are not as many as in summer, I prefer the winter ones as it is not hot. Of course in winter there is a chance it will rain, however, I have more energy in rain than I do when our temperatures climb very high!
Roleystone Winter Markets Roleystone is just a short drive from the centre of Perth and they have quarterly themed markets. The themes are the seasons and each market offers unique activities depending on the time of year.
The next one will be held on Sunday 10th June, at Cross Park, Corner of Jarrah and Wygonda Roads, Roleystone.
Here there will be gifts, food trucks, hand-made crafts, entertainment and much more.
Mili's Handmade Markets at Whiteman Park
These markets will be held on 24th June, from 10.00 am. They are another market where you can take your dog along and they have quality handmade-only market stalls.
These markets are set in a bush-land setting,and have the best of WA's handmade products. There will be more than ten food trucks so you will be able to eat here also. As well as this, there will be a lot of free entertainment for the whole family such as bubbles, giant games, face-painting and live music. You can read more about these markets here.
Made On the Left 2018 Winter Market
This market will be held at the Esplanade Hotel, Corner Marine Terrace and Essex Streets, Fremantle. It will be on Sunday 1st July from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm.
Made on the Left has been holding their handmade designer artisan markets in Perth for some ten years now. At this "birthday" market there will be over 60 stallholders with unique items made in WA including:
Admission is free and you can read more at this link.
Kalamunda Artisan Market
This market will be held on 7th July, from 8.30 am to 2.30 pm. It will be held in the Central Mall, Kalamunda. Here, they even welcome your dogs, as long as they are kept on a leash.
This is one of the best craft markets in the whole of Perth and features hundreds of stalls offering unique creations for you to browse and buy.
The Kalamunda Artisan Market is a great day out for the whole family. You can see more about them at their Facebook page.
The Good Market at #SIFest18
These markets are on 7th July from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm.
These are a vibrant community of "ethically conscious businesses and organisations", and The Good Market is the place to explore products and services that do good.
You can wander around and see ethical fashion, gifts, food, home-wares and eco products. You can also meet the motivated change-makers behind these enterprises. Learn all about how you can buy and consume in a more sustainable and conscious way.
Postcode Honey – honey and honey products from your local area
Fair Go Trading – homewares, lifestyle and children's products from the artisans of the world
Leo Strange – ethical fashion brand for women through the use of traditional methods and natural dyes
Kadi Koo – children's swimwear and nappies
Sophie Silks – handmade women's apparel, accessories and gifts
Undisposed – eco-friendly and handmade goods including straws, bags, beeswax wraps and more
And many more
The Good Market is a fun-filled day for the whole family with children's activities, live performances and wholesome food trucks. They will be held at Winthrop Hall Undercroft, in amongst the grounds of the University of WA, Crawley.
The Good Market is also a free event - so, come on down and see what this is all about! You can see more at their Facebook page.
Perth Hills Artisan Markets
These markets are hosted by Hills Fabric and Craft De-Stash and Perth Hills Artisan Markets. They will be held on 15th July, from 9.30 am until 3.00 pm at the Mundaring Christian College, McDowell Loop, Parkerville.
At these markets, you are likely to find gorgeous local work, from the crafters to the makers. There will be local produce, including jams, sweet treats, olive oils and more.
These are established markets that have been running for many years now. They are mainly secondhand markets and are open most Sundays, regardless of weather. These are more of a swap meet, or flea market and are well worth attending if you are a collector, but get there very early!