Sydney's Cambridge Markets are coming to the Shire for the first this holiday season when the Kurnell Christmas Market takes over the Bonna Point Reserve on Sunday, November 25 from 10am–4pm.
The gift bazaar will feature 120 stalls offering everything from artisan clothing, accessories, sustainable homewares and pet goods to Christmas trees, puddings, organic hams and turkeys. Apart from packaged smallgoods, an array of hot food stalls — ranging from vegan hamburgers to Vietnamese food — will help you fuel up for the shopping frenzy. Live music is on the docket too, along with rides, henna and face painting booths for little ones. For commuters, there will be a special market bus running from Cronulla station to Bonna Point Reserve from 9.30am–4.10pm that day.
As in previous years, The Cambridge Markets will also host the Watson's Bay Twilight Market on December 7 from 3pm and the Entertainment Quarter Christmas Market on December 15 from 8am (at the market's headquarters in Moore Park). Keep an eye on the Cambridge Markets Facebook page for further Christmas market details and updates.