Do you still have a bunch of Christmas shopping to do? Well, we have the perfect solution for you … don’t stress out at massive shopping centres filled with people in a panic. Head to Salt Village Market this Saturday and support our unique, local small businesses. We are fully booked so there will be heaps to choose from!
Let the smooth sounds of Raku serenade you from 9am. You can expect a wealth of contemporary and old school influences to show up in his music … all delivered with unique style, catchy lyricism and a singing voice that will soothe the soul.
Keeping the kids occupied is ‘what we do’ so we have heaps of activities for them throughout the day.
FREE jumping castle from 9am to 12noon
FREE face painting from 10am to 12noon
FREE Chess for Kids workshop for most of the day
To keep you sustained during your shopping spree, we will have all your favourite Street Food Vans – Mamacitas (Hola), Poffertjes Mini Dutch Pancakes (Goedemorgen) and Gina’s Special Tarts (Hello Sailor) … as well as our Turkish favourite, Gozleme (Merhaba).
These beautiful seaside markets are being held in Central Park Salt Village, Kingscliff this Saturday, from 8am through till 2pm … AND we are family and dog friendly … just make sure they are kept on their leads and you clean up after them! (The dogs that is!)
There is plenty of parking, feasts of food, shedloads of shopping … and a plethora of summer feels and beach vibes to be had.
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Salt Village Markets are held every 3rd Saturday of the Month
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