It's almost a month until Christmas, and if you're anything like me, you may be falling behind on your Christmas shopping. By 'may be falling behind', I really mean, 'haven't started.'
Luckily, Adelaide houses a winning solution: the Bowerbird Markets. Bowerbird brings together a selection of goods from some of the best Australian independent designers for three days of creative inspiration. Bowerbird is dedicated on facilitating a dynamic environment that supports the Australian creative community and encourages buyers to meet the makers.
With over 150 stalls, it's the prime opportunity to seek, explore, find, and collect unique high-quality products, including homewares, fashion, art and accessories. November's markets give a great chance for Adelaidians to not only buy one-of-a-kind gifts for their loved ones, but enjoy Bowerbird's array of delicious food, music, workshops, demonstrations, and activities over the three-day weekend.
When: 25-27 November, 2016
Fri: 4pm-9pm, Sat + Sun: 10am-5pm
Where: Wayville Pavillion, Adelaide Showgrounds
Entry: $5, children under 12 free
Bowerbird Facebook Event.
Photos via Bowerbird Instagram.
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