Batemans Bay Sunday Market

9:00am to 1:00pm Sunday 19 August 2018 (Fortnightly event)

Batemans Bay Sunday Market is held on the first and third Sunday every month (plus additional markets on some Sundays during school holidays and long weekends) beside the sea at the beautiful Corrigan's Beach Reserve, Batehaven (Batemans Bay).
No weekend on the coast is complete without a wander around these markets on a Sunday morning.
With fantastic stalls, great food, plenty of parking and a location next to the all abilities playground and opposite Batehaven shops, the Sunday Market has something for everyone!
Organised by Marine Rescue Batemans Bay (first Sunday) and Rotary Batemans Bay (third Sunday), they regularly have up to 60 stalls selling clothes, food, collectables, plants, hobbies, gifts, antiques, wood products and bric a brac. They feature live music from local artists, great coffee and good bargains all in a location beside the beach.
For more information and for stall bookings please see their website. See you at the markets!

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