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Winter is here, and there is nothing better than spending an evening out in the cold, surrounded by others, and finding all sorts of goodies to buy and try out. As a part of a series, these twilight winter markets are going to be the next in a line of incredibly exciting and fun events in Perth. The Perth Cultural Centre will once again play hosts.
Like, with all twilight markets, these are only on in the evening. Between 4pm and 9pm the markets will be open, and some of the galleries in the museum will also be staying open for your viewing pleasure. While you enjoy walking around and looking at all of the stalls, food vans and trucks will be available all night. There promises to be all sorts of different foods and meals to try, so make sure to get something new and tasty.
Every stall features items from local creators. There will be handmade, artisan products that are made and sold all in Western Australia. Buy something here and you will be helping to support small and local businesses. You will make the small business owner very happy.
Also while you're there, make sure to listen to the live music that is going to be playing around the markets. This event is only for one night. Head to the Cultural Centre in Perth on the 1st of July. If you miss out, don't worry. The next twilight markets will be on just in time for Halloween, and then again for Christmas. There is a chance that these events won't have the same vendors in attendance in the future. So make sure to avoid disappointment and get yourself there this time. Tickets are free, but obviously, all of the stalls do charge money. Make sure to get yourself a treat while you're there.