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It is hard to find a more popular and anticipated pop-up market than the Wattle Street Market. Now in its 4th year, this eastern suburbs market is fast approaching icon status amongst those in the know, and those who appreciate a great market selling some beautiful and hard to get products.
Located in the scenic garden of 77 Wattle Street in Fullarton, this small but boutique market assembles a range of artisans whose special products, style and charisma are guaranteed to attract a crowd of regular followers and interested passers-by.
Held over summer from 9am to 4pm on three Saturdays only, the Wattle Street Market is the brainchild of mother, Helen Bennett, and daughter-in-law, Rebecca Tape. The market is deliberately kept small and within the bounds of the garden in order to ensure the environment is right, the atmosphere is tight, and the stallholders and customers get to maximise their mutual benefits.
As a boutique market, the Wattle Street Market brings together an eclectic mix of stalls from fashion and accessories, organic soy candles, skin and body care, towels and linen, art, homewares and delicious lunch and snack options and much more.
Stallholders are selected by Helen and Rebecca, and sometimes vary at each of the markets. Stalls already announced for this coming season include Creative by Katherine, Hexi, Once Upon A Tree and Davey's Cupcakes with many more to be announced prior to each of the markets including many of the regular and popular favourites from previous years.
And don't forget to bring the kids when coming to visit the market as there are special learn and grow activities for kids as well as face painting and a range of healthy tasty treats to appeal to even the fussiest of kids.
This season's markets are scheduled for 15th October, 3rd December and 11th February. For further details on the Wattle Street Market refer to their Facebook page where new stallholders are regularly announced, and with regular opening / closing updates in the case of unsuitable weather conditions.