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The Market offers a leisurely, stress free shopping and a social experience.

Permanent Stall holders: Provide a monthly opportunity for customers to stock up on supplies.
Seasonal Stall holders: Provide seasonal plants and produce.
Casual Stall holders: Provide something different and keep the market interesting. They add a little spice!

Commonly sold items at the Market:

Produce: (fresh and home made) in season fruit and vegetables, local honey, almonds, olive oil, biscuits, cakes, tarts, jams, dried fruits, sauces and chutneys, vegetarian foods.

Food: French food. Terrines, pates croutes, sausages, rillettes, meat cuts, plusdesserts, croisants & baguettes: Sicilian food, plus bakery sausage rolls & great coffee too

Plants: Such as annuals, bulbs, herbs, natives and orchids. Indoor plants & ferns, succulents. Perennials, proteas, salvias, seedlings, tuberous begonias, Gawler strain sweat pea seeds and more.

Crafts: Beads, jewellery, hand knitted products, cushions, children’s clothing, copper art, functional wooden products, handmade cards, hand made soaps, mosaics, international craft.

Miscellaneous: Collectables, gifts, musical instruments, haberdashery, novelties for children, handmade paper products, a dash of second hand (including books) and a smidgen of commercial goods.

Activities you can engage in:
Shopping, tastings, entertainment

Customer Facilities:
First Aid equipment, Public Toilet, shaded tables and chairs for relaxing or enjoying refreshments and entertainment.

Willunga Quarry Market History:

Started in 1986 the Willunga Quarry Market was established by local community residents to provide an outlet for small scale craft, horticultural focused businesses within the region and enhance the tourism draw of Willunga’s township and the Fleurieu Peninsula.

The Willunga Quarry Market is hosted by the Willunga Recreation Park is a community owned and managed organisation, the monthly funds raised will be funneled back into this community owned facility. These funds will help with upgrades; a refit of the kitchen, painting the 130 year old Show Hall are on the list for this year, and there is always regular ongoing maintenance.

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