Markets In The Southern Highlands

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We love supporting small businesses here at The Fold, and one of the easiest ways to do that is to shop at your local markets. We are lucky enough to have an abundance of those right here in The Highlands. So to make it easier for you to shop and support local as much as you can, we’ve popped all our fab Southern Highlands market details here into one spot!

 

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Heads up, based on the current climate and COVID-19 concerns, markets may be cancelled at the last minute. Please check their website and social pages for updates.

 

Farmers Markets

Visit our region's farmers market to shop the freshest local produce. Grab yourself a coffee and snack and wander the stalls, chatting to the growers and shopping the range of fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood and baked goods.

Every Thursday - Railway Street Fresh Food & Produce Market - 3.00pm - 6.00pm, Railway Street, Moss Vale.

Every Saturday - The What If Society Market Stall - 7.30am-11.00am, Highlands Merchant, 405 Argyle Street, Moss Vale. 

 

Weekend markets

 

1st Saturday – Exeter Village Market, 9.00am – 1.30pm, Exeter Park, 10 Exeter Road, Exeter

Busy and bustling Exeter Village Market has a delightful mix of handmade goods and treats, homewares, fashion and fresh produce. Add in a bit of bric-a-brac with a beautiful village backdrop and you have the quintessential country market experience.
No January market. 

 

1st Saturday – Colo Vale Village Market, 8.30am – 1.30pm, 28 Railway Avenue, Colo Vale 

Lots of yummy fresh fruit and veggies with kids entertainment to keep little ones busy, Colo Vale is a bargain hunter's paradise with bric-a-brac and quaint stalls of treasures waiting to be claimed.
No January market. 

 

1st Sunday – Bundanoon Makers Market, 8.30am – 2.00pm, Bundanoon Public School, 14 Church St, Bundanoon

Held in the local hall, Bundanoon Makers Market celebrates the skills of these talented creative stallholders. From soap to scarves, clothes to cakes, and a special kids market for young entrepreneurs on specific dates, there is something for everyone here.

 

2nd Saturday – The Bowral Market 8.00am – 1.00pm, Bowral Bowling Club, 40 Shepherd Street, Bowral

One of the busiest in The Highlands and now permanently in it's new home at the local bowlo, this market has a range of clothes, toys, plants, sculptures and handmade goodies to keep the keenest of shoppers on their retail toes. With lots of food on offer too, you can fill up your belly with gozleme or dumplings, or kick back with a croissant and delicious coffee in the sun. 
No January market. 

 

2nd Sunday – Robertson Country Market, 8.30am – 2.00pm, School of Arts Hall 55 Hoddle Street, Robertson

Treasure hunters and bargain hunters will be in their element at Robertson Markets. From bric-a-brac through to homemade baked goods, Robertson offers up a quaint market experience in a country environment.
No January market. 

 

3rd Saturday – Mittagong Markets, 8.00am – 2.00pm, Uniting Church, Cnr Alice and Albert Streets, Mittagong

A favourite with local green thumbs, Mittagong Markets has a huge range of plants, garden art and outdoor sculptures available. Also great for gift shopping, there is plenty of delicious home baked treats to tantalise tastebuds too.  

 

3rd Sunday – Bundanoon Makers Market, 8.30am – 2.00pm, Soldiers Memorial Hall, 3 Railway Parade, Bundanoon

Held in the local hall, Bundanoon Makers Market celebrates the skills of these talented creative stallholders. From soap to scarves, clothes to cakes, and a special kids market for young entrepreneurs on specific dates, there is something for everyone here. They're having a New Year's Market on Sunday 3 January before taking a well-earned break and coming back in February. 

 

4th Saturday – Yerrinbool Plant and Produce Market 10:00am - 1:00pm, Yerrinbool Train Station, Yerrinbool 

Head to the northern village of Yerrinbool for your chance to grab locally grown and made produce such as jams, fruit, eggs, herbs and recycled goods. Great for the green thumbs after a plant bargain too! Currently running on the fourth Sunday of every month until May 22. 

 

4th Saturday - Moss Vale Markets, 9.00am – 2.00pm, Moss Vale Showground, Illawarra Highway, Moss Vale.

The Southern Highlands’ answer to Antiques Roadshow, Moss Vale Markets is a treasure hunter’s dream. Wander amongst the gorgeous, vintage collectibles on offer, grab a sneaky doughnut from the food van and keep an eye out for the miniature train rides!

** CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE **

 

4th Sunday – Berrima Schoolyard Markets, 9.00am – 2.00pm, Berrima Public School, Oxley Street, Berrima.

A busy market with a buzzy vibe, Berrima has lots to keep all ages occupied. Kids entertainment, live music and delicious food options provide the perfect backdrop for a large range of stalls, produce, goodies and gifts. 

First one kicks off on Sunday 23rd May 2021. December market this year will be held on Sunday 12th December 2021.

 

5th Saturday (if there is one) – Mittagong, 8.00am – 2.00pm, Uniting Church, Cnr Alice and Albert Streets, Mittagong. 

A favourite with local green thumbs, Mittagong Markets has a huge range of plants, garden art and outdoor sculptures available. Also great for gift shopping, there is plenty of delicious home baked treats to tantalise tastebuds too.  

 

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