Broken Hill Community Markets - Broken Hill

Stalls, homemade food, cakes, chocolates, doughnuts, BBQ, arts and crafts, jewellery, old wares

Event dates to be confirmed: Saturday 10 March 2018 (Monthly event)

Broken Hill Community Markets will recommence in March as long as the forecast temperature does not exceed 35 degrees celsius. Thereafter they occur on the second Saturday of each month.
Come and meet the locals.
The Markets run from 8am to 1pm in autumn and spring, and from 9am to 1pm in winter. In December they have a Twilight Market from 5pm to 8.30pm after the Christmas Pageant.
Regular stalls offer delicious food such as freshly cooked barbecue, Asian food, 'allergy' cakes for the food intolerant, handmade chocolates, doughnuts cooked on site, homemade cakes, jams and chutneys, and Alain the 'French Foodie Frog' has his imported pate and other delicacies from south western France.
For the browsers they have stalls full of old wares and collectibles, 'Art from the Heart' and other crafts, minerals from Broken Hill and elsewhere, and hand made jewellery.
Occasional stalls offer Menindee fruit and vegetables, quandong products, hand made clothing, second hand clothing, hair and baby items, and more.
How to get to the Markets: just a short walk from Broken Hill's main street, the Centre for Community is in Beryl Street on the side of Sturt Park opposite Aruma Lodge.

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