Spring has sprung, the sun is shining, and what better way to enjoy it than to get down to Henley Square’s new Sunday market?
That’s right, a brand new market is coming to one of Adelaide’s favourite beachside locations. Called the ‘Make it Mine’ market, organisers promise a plethora of arts, crafts and fashion all at prices that won't break the bank. The market will be held on the last Sunday of every month, with opening day set to include over 50 specialty stalls. That’s not all, though – on the day you’ll be provided with eats supplied by The Ramsgate Hotel, all the coffee you could possibly want courtesy of The Coffee Club, live DJ music and much more.
Some of the vendors set to appear on opening day include Adelaide-based ceramicist Ashlee Hopkins, contemporary jewellery designer Naomi Schwartz and local artist Cassie Zaccardo. Enjoy the beautiful weather, peruse the market stalls and support local creators at the Henley Square ‘Make it Mine’ Market.
What: Henley Square Market
When: The last Sunday of the month, opening day Sunday 24th September 10 am – 3 pm
Where: Henley Square Pavilion Carpark, Corner Main St and Military Road
Header image via Visit Henley Beach Instagram.
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