The inaugural Cronulla Life Markets were held last January, and, in 2018, they'll be back. This time, they're happening over three consecutive nights from January 4 to 6, bringing artworks, crafty bits and bobs, homewares, jewellery, candles, essential oils, live music and a herd of food trucks to Sydney's southernmost beach.
Kicking off at 7pm and winding up around 10pm, each evening will be dedicated to a particular theme. Foodies should head along on Thursday, when all things edible and drinkable will be centre stage — including burgers and brisket by Earlwood's Barlow and Co, pizza and porchetta by Wollongong's Arlecchino and Asian-influenced animal-free eats by Vege 4 Love.
Meanwhile, Friday will be for families and, if live music is what gets you going, swing by on Saturday to hear Dan and Emma May perform a swag of jazzy classics and related tunes.