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Spring into our Coastie Market Guide

From the shore of Avoca’s lake to The Entrance’s lagoon, every weekend, somewhere on the Coast, a local market springs to life. The Coast’s markets are as much about farm fresh produce from surrounding areas as creating a regular outlet for crafty Coasties to get entrepreneurial in their own backyard. They’re also a great chance to

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Buy Fresh & Local at Gosford Farmers’ Market

There is something so charming and quaint about a farmers’ market. It’s like stepping back in time to the good old days when you bought bread from a baker and fresh fruit from a farmer. When you look beyond the beaches, the Central Coast is home to free-range farms, orange orchards and boutique bakers, and the Gosford City Farmers Market brings

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Avoca Beachside Markets: Homegrown Chic

Every weekend, somewhere on the coast, bunting is being strung, marquees erected and tables dressed with handmade goodies as local markets spring to life. But none has the cult status of the Avoca Beachside Markets, which has been drawing big crowds to the coastal hamlet of Avoca for ten years. From 9am to 2pm on

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A Decade of Festive Fairs

One of the highlights of the Coastie summer is the annual Christmas Fair, the Central Coast’s largest outdoor Christmas shopping experience. Offering a chance to grab some stocking fillers and Christmas presents while perusing market stalls at the picturesque parklands at Kariong, the Christmas Fair heralds the start of the Coast’s festive season. We’re thrilled

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Seaside Markets at Umina Beach

On the third Sunday of the month, the Peninsula Recreation Precinct at Umina Beach bursts into life with market stalls filling the grassy knoll from the surf club to the skate park. After launching at the end of last year, the Umina Beach Markets are among the newest market offerings on the Coast but have

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Turn Back Time at Terrigal Vintage Fair

Under the shade of the paperbark trees surrounding Terrigal Scout Hall, tables are topped with everything from typewriters to thimbles and tea cups. When Terrigal Antique and Vintage Fair rolls into town for a weekend every quarter, it’s like a trip down memory lane. At fashion stalls, frocks – tailored, flowy or puffy depending on the era – hang

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Mercie Market Brings French Flair to Patonga

We love an excuse to visit Patonga. It’s worth it for the drive alone. Spotting waratahs as we cruise through Brisbane Water National Park, we descend on the sandy streets of the usually sleepy fishing village. Today it’s alive and kicking thanks to the unseasonably warm weather, the long weekend and one of the Coast’s

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