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As we were flying out on the Sunday, we found the Sunday market next to the Information Centre on Taylors Rd and thought we should buy all our souvenirs and handycrafts here. It was offering very reasonably priced goods and the locals loved selling to...More
We attended the Sunday morning market with our tour group. There were several stalls with local craft items which were reasonably priced. Some of the fruit and veg was beginning to look a little withered because of the unusually hot weather for the time of...More
We went there early on Saturday morning. Have to get there early or everything is gone. veg is a lot cheaper than at the supermarket. Quality is good. We enjoyed chatting to the locals as well.
not many choices so go early.
Came here with our tour group. Lovely walking amongst the locals and seeing their talents on display. Sample of various local dishes. Not overly large but it was a public holiday weekend. Plenty of places to sit down to rest your feet and enjoy a...More
If you plan a self-catering trip, visit the markets early as there are limited produce stalls and what is there sells out early. Coming from Brisbane on a Saturday flight, we can't take advantage of the Saturday Morning Farmers Market (which is only really a...More
After time at the adjacent Visitor Centre we wandered the Burnt Pine Market. There were plenty of handcraft stalls but little by way of vegetables. We settled on purchasing some home made marmalade which made a delicious accompaniment to our breakfast for our week's stay.
The Sunday that i visited was rather wet, but the stalls had a good choice of local made goods.
Jams, Norfolk spoons, tea towels, local jewellery, paintings from local artists ..and very happy stall holders