Terang Market

Until Saturday 6th of May 2023

On the first Saturday of the month, enjoy beautiful avenues of oak, cottonwood poplars and planes adorning the streets of Terang... read more.

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Corner of Thompson Street and Bourkes Road, Terang, VIC, 3264
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Upcoming Dates

Sat Jan 7th, Sat Feb 4th, Sat Mar 4th, Sat Apr 1st, Sat May 6th

About

On the first Saturday of the month, enjoy beautiful avenues of oak, cottonwood poplars and planes adorning the streets of Terang. This friendly, relaxed market is both indoors and outdoors and always interesting stalls – local honey, woodwork, jewellery, elephants (white ‘n more) plants, crafts, home baking, produce, preserves, spinning, knitting, sewing, books and more.

There will be refreshments available – egg and bacon rolls, morning tea and barbecue.

Find the market at the corner of Thompson Street and Bourkes Road at the All Saints Church under the spreading old oak trees. A warm welcome to everyone.

After you have enjoyed the market you can pop out to the local glass studio – Sand and Fire or wander along one of the walking tracks of the Dry Lake Walk taking you past the cemetery where filming of ‘Charlie & Boots’ took place (starring Shane Jacobson and Paul Hogan) or, for the motoring or model enthusiast head to the big red shed, Model Barn where one can spend many hours.

For stall enquiries, contact the market organisers.

The market does not run in June, July and August.

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