Rotary Market Newsletters for Goolwa and Port Elliott

A quarterly market newsletter is made available to all interested parties.

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PORT ELLIOT - ROTARY MARKETS


The Port Elliot market operates on the first and third Saturday of every month from 9 am to 2 pm. Extra markets are held every Saturday in January and special events days.

 

The market is held at Lakala Reserve, Young Street, Port Elliot, a pleasant location within walking distance of the main street, which boasts a lake with ducks and other bird life. There is also a small children's playground and barbecue facilities.Face painting and bouncy castle are sometimes there for children.

 

The market is a typical country market with plenty of fresh local produce on offer as well as a good mix of other goods such as, bric-a-brac, collectables, plants, books, fishing gear, hats, crafts, homemade pickles, jams and relishes, there is even a $2.00 stall which attracts many people.


You can also sit and relax whilst enjoying a delicious cappuccino for you morning tea break or maybe a sausage from the barbecue and a soft drink for lunch. There is something here for everyone.


   

 

GOOLWA WHARF MARKETS

The Goolwa Wharf Market operates on the first and third Sunday of every month 9am to 3.30pm. Extra markets are held every Sunday in January and Good Friday.

You will find a myriad of goods on offer with in excess of 80 stalls. Whether you just want to look around or to have a cappuccino or maybe a massage, there is something to interest just about everyone.

There are stalls offering bric-a-brac, collectables, plants in profusion, plenty of books both new and old, hand crafted goods, from woodwork and small items of furniture to fabric and knitted items, beautiful decoupage and handmade greeting cards, hats fishing gear, sunglasses and jewellery for the young and not so young.

Fresh organic produce is very popular, with growers bringing their goods along, so too are the pickles, jams cakes and pastries. This market is well worth a visit!