New markets to open in Boundary Street

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we growers display2-1Residents and visitors alike will soon have the opportunity to experience a visit to the markets right in the beating heart of West End.

The exciting new Boundary Street Markets will burst onto the scene in the beating heart of West End from Saturday 16th November and every Saturday & Sunday thereafter.

Housed on the historic site of the old Peter’s Icecream Factory (now the Absoe site) on the corner of Boundary & Mollison Streets, the Boundary Street Markets will gather together an incredible group of over one hundred growers, food producers, local artisans and designers.

From 7am – 2pm every Saturday and Sunday, discover anything from art and artichokes to zebra statues and zippy bags – and everything in between.  Passionate traders will present their finest product in a bustling market that extends across the carparks and buildings of the historic site.

Every weekend, source the very freshest for your weekly fruit & veg shop, buy an exclusive gift or just have a fresh roasted coffee, while taking in the unique West End community vibe.

Situated on the corner of Boundary & Mollison Streets in the heart of West End, the markets are easy to access with the City Glider bus stopping right outside the door.  But you can catch the train, ride your bike, take a walk, or even drive…

Offering everything from local fresh and exotic growers and producers, including farm fresh produce, organics, herbs, flowers, bread, pastry, honey, seafood, meat, cakes, eggs, spices, teas, coffee, yoghurt, nuts, oils, deli, juices, icecream, muesli, pate, antipasto, candy, gelato, popcorn, gluten free.  PLUS homewares, eco products, jewellery, fashion, retro, handmade, antique traders, vintage, upcycled, recycled, knitters, stationery, kids style, tea makers, clothing, bohemian style, silversmiths, art, pottery, candles, body products, ink and so much more.

westend growers display 1Every Saturday and Sunday commencing 16th & 17th November from 7am – 2pm.

Jump onto the website for more information.


One thought on “New markets to open in Boundary Street

  1. Will I be allow to do charity collections for the deaf childrens with speech & sounds also train to do deaf sign langauge organise by the Hear & Say Service.

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