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The Upper Market

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Published July 7th 2013
Update May 1st 2016
Please note this market is no longer trading

Celebrate community spirit
Source: The Upper Market

The Upper Market is a great family friendly community market held on the grounds of Upper Coomera State College on the first Sunday of each month.

Trading rain, hail or shine (most of the stalls are located indoors), this bustling lifestyle market hosts a wide variety of stalls; from independent artists creating quality hand made arts and craft, to local small businesses offering a range of specialised services, The Upper Market is all about supporting and celebrating community spirit.

Each market event runs from 9am to 1pm and there are a range of food and drink services offered onsite, so families are able to enjoy a coffee and homemade treat or a light lunch after visiting the stalls.

Plus each month, The Upper Market showcases a local entertainer.

So whether you are into vintage and retro fashion, antiques and collectables or fresh, organic produce - The Upper Market has you covered. You can preview some of the regular stallholders on The Upper Market website .

For further information on upcoming market dates, or to apply to become a stallholder yourself, simply head to The Upper Market website.
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When: First Sunday of each month
Where: 137 Reserve Road, Upper Coomera
Cost: Free
Your Comment
Is this thing still going?

Just drove al the way down there and no sign of life apart from a church service! The people attending the service said there'd been no market for 'years'.
by shiel (score: 1|14) 2592 days ago
Reminds us that localities need to have a state or postcode to be helpful.
by (score: 2|557) 2241 days ago
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