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Four Winds Event Windsong Series #2

Sunday 2nd July, 2017

A tale of shipwreck, heartbreak and redemption comes to the Windsong Pavilion, Sunday 2 July 2017, 12.30pm

Founder of Bell Shakespeare, John Bell, and internationally acclaimed pianist, Simon Tedeschi – two of Australia’s great storytellers – bring their unique performance of Enoch Arden to the Four Winds Windsong Pavilion, as part of James Crabb, Four Winds Artistic Director’s, Windsong Series.

This epic melodrama, composed by Richard Strauss to the words of Alfred Lord Tennyson’s 1864 poem ‘Enoch Arden’, will be performed in words and music. “A tragic, tempestuous, romantic tale accompanied by the music of a genius. Half chamber music, half theatre.” says Simon Tedeschi.

The historic and artistic value of pairing poetry with classical music is something that both performers are eager to share with audiences as they tour around Australia. “Audiences can expect a moving and dramatic tale of shipwreck, loss and redemption— very satisfying theatre” says John Bell.

$80, 16yrs & under FREE

Online bookings here:  http://fourwinds.com.au/whats-on

FaceBoook here:  http://www.facebook.com/FourWindsAU

Four Winds Radical Voice Talk Series – Chaos Theory & The Arts

Thursday 6th July, 2017

Dr Justin Macdonnell

The Four Winds Radical Voice Talk Series continues featuring leading producer and promoter of the arts and artists of Australia throughout the world, Dr Justin Macdonnell, presenting a talk and discussion on Chaos Theory & The Arts. The event is on Thursday 6 July between 5.30-7pm – Tea/Coffee/Bar will be open from 5pm.

Tickets for this event are $15; Children 16 and under are free.

Online bookings here http://fourwinds.com.au/whats-on

Details are on the website: http://www.fourwinds.com.au or follow on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/FourWindsAU

 

Pambula Markets

Sunday 9th July, 2017

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 16th July, 2017

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 23rd July, 2017

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 6th August, 2017

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 13th August, 2017

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 20th August, 2017

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 27th August, 2017

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 3rd September, 2017

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 10th September, 2017

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 17th September, 2017

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 24th September, 2017

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 1st October, 2017

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 8th October, 2017

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 15th October, 2017

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 22nd October, 2017

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 5th November, 2017

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 12th November, 2017

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 19th November, 2017

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 26th November, 2017

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 3rd December, 2017

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 10th December, 2017

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 17th December, 2017

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 24th December, 2017

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 7th January, 2018

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 14th January, 2018

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 21st January, 2018

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 28th January, 2018

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 4th February, 2018

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 11th February, 2018

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 18th February, 2018

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 25th February, 2018

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 4th March, 2018

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 11th March, 2018

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 18th March, 2018

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 25th March, 2018

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 1st April, 2018

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 8th April, 2018

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

What else can we do in Pambula?

Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 15th April, 2018

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

What else can we do in Merimbula?

 

 

Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 22nd April, 2018

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?

Candelo Markets

Sunday 6th May, 2018

CandeloTake a drive out to Candelo Village for the monthly Candelo Market held on the 1st Sunday of every month from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

It’s the largest market on the Sapphire Coast, with an abundance of stalls and a strong focus on locally produced goods and wares. Candelo is set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar.

What else can we do at Candelo?

Pambula Markets

Sunday 13th May, 2018

2014.dec.PambulaTown3LOWPambula Market is held on the second Sunday of every month at the Recreation Reserve in Pambula Village. It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.

Pambula is a coastal village around 30 minutes south of Tathra. Its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the 1800s following the discovery of gold. Shopfronts give a nod to that era, with bull-nose verandahs, a town clock and a general lack of tall neon signs.

Browsing the main street you’ll discover a pleasing amount of specialty shops, such as an artisan bakery and coffee roasters, whole foods, ethical street ware, gift ware and jewellery, quality art and picture framing and vintage collectables. You will also find the usual necessary shops such as supermarket, post office, newsagent, bank and real estate.

At the southern end of the main street, Panboola Wetlands offers a tranquil nature experience that is popular for birdwatching and photography.

Hours: 8am to 1pm.

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Merimbula Seaside Market

Sunday 20th May, 2018

Cranky Cafe Giant Paella Merimbula

A beautiful 20 minute drive south of Tathra, the Merimbula Seaside Market is held on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month. There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food.

The park is right next door to the surf at Merimbula’s Main Beach, and a 5 minute walk to the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake.

Hours: 8am to 12:30pm.

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Wyndham Village Market

Sunday 27th May, 2018

pic_wyndham1Wyndham is an hour’s drive from Tathra, via Candelo or Pambula (it makes for a great round trip).

The Wyndham Village Market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month.

It offers locally grown and produced goods including organic skin products, free range eggs, nuts, coffee, homemade cakes and biscuits, handmade gifts and cards, card making and scrap booking supplies, beautiful hand and machine knitted items, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, sweet treats, jams and preserves, candles, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils, rustic treasures and more.

What else can we do in Wyndham?