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It certainly is large, compared to most country town markets. It's big enough to go around twice, just to pick up on things you may have missed the first time round. There's a coin donation bucket at the entrance, raising money for the Rural Fire...More
We travel out to Wollombi for the June long weekend markets every year.
Always lots on offer, old wares, home made sauces, clothes to newer items, hand made arts and crafts.
Several food and coffee stalls always in attendance.
The June public holiday is run...More
A surprisingly large market for a small town, lots of different stalls that you don't always see in the Hunter Valley (if you are from that area). Lots of bric a brac and old/antique items. Tips: arrive early for for a good parking spot because...More
Usually on public holidays. A good assortment of household bric-a-brac, vintage toys, clothing, tools, plants, local foods, some fundraising and awareness for local groups.
The village has a fantastic playground and public toilets block next to the markets. Stall holders are often negotiable, make sure...More
We went out to Wollombi Markets for the first time ever. Parking the car was not easy, although we found a place. The markets were real country markets with heaps of variety from homemade jams, locally grown olives, vegies, bbq, cold drinks, clean toilets, clothing,...More
If your lucky enough to be in the Hunter Valley region over a long weekend, this is a place to visit. Wollombi is a very small township, however, it holds a large market on a Monday public holiday.
The market rangers from the bit and...More