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Hall Market

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The Hall Market located at Hall near Canberra is now reputedly the largest hand made, home grown, home produced market in Australia with over 600 stalls on any given weekend.

It attracts stallholders from as far away as Victoria and Queensland and really is something special. Hartley Lifecare hold the Hall Market with support from many volunteers, Rotary and Lions Clubs, the Hall Emergency and Bush Fire Brigade and Scouts. Proceeds from the Market are used by the Society to support Hartley Court and Hartley House, which provide essential supported accommodation services for children and young adults with severe physical disabilities in the ACT.

There is an almost inexhaustible supply of things, goodies, produce – including puppies, live poultry, worm farms and other pets, local honey, vinegar, chutney, jams, children’s toys, timber products, pottery, hand knitted treasures, pewter and silver jewellery, clothing, vintage clothing, hats, bags, hand crafted tools.

Children are well catered for in the entertainment department with live entertainment and a huge variety of things to eat, drink, see and do.

It’s in a delightful setting amongst the trees and a lovely spot for a picnic after you’ve exhausted yourselves roaming the markets and deciding what to have for lunch.
A fantastic market with a good vibe and ethos (only hand made, hand grown, hand crafted allowed to display and sell), and all going to such a fabulous cause.

A must do on any expedition to Canberra for locals and visitors alike.

When: 1st Sunday in the month (except January)
Hours: 10.00 am – 3.00pm
Where: Hall Fairgrounds, Take the Barton Highway, turn off to Victoria St, Hall - Canberra
Cost: Free
Parking: Car park & Disabled parking
Info: Toilets, toilets for Disabled

 
 

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