Perth Makers Market
– Favourite Handmade Market Collabs with Local Businesses
Favourite Handmade Market Collabs with Local Businesses
Perth’s largest artisan market is back and ready to spread the love and Support Local message, particularly with two new activations at the market. At this upcoming market Perth’s favourite workshop business, House of Hobby, will be setting up their first ever Self Care Pop Up Space. They’ll have creative kits with them which you can make on the spot, take photos at their photo wall or write inspirational messages for others. Another collaboration is the Drop and Shop area with Born to Sparke – where you can drop your kids of for some fun activities while you browse the market kid free!
The market which has been running at Goolugatup Heathcote for five years now always proves to be the perfect family day out with local buskers performing, a large selection of food, local stores to shop from and a pirate ship playground for the kids.
Perth Makers Market have a strong community ethic and are excited to have a collection of stallholders who promote the Shop Local message and enhance the handmade community. The market supports students as well as emerging artists and non-for-profit organisations. The entire premise behind Perth Makers Market is to provide a platform for local creators, artists and small businesses to share their talent and to encourage the community to shop local.
Perth Maker’s Market owner and operator, Erin Madeley says; “The market is a celebration of both skill and community. We love to showcase handmade and artisanal products while encouraging conversations about the importance of supporting and shopping locally”.
Among the creators, market-goers will find ocean-inspired resin pieces by Art by Lees, personalised nursery calligraphy from Daisy Deesigns, natural beauty products from HarEanne and so much more.
The upcoming market will run on Sunday the 1st of November, from 9.30am to 3.30pm, at Goolugatup Heathcote, Applecross. Also on site throughout the duration of the market is; Artist Open Studios, Art Gallery and Museum open, BWG restaurant open. The event is free to enter, parking is by donation to the local Rotary club, additional information can be found at www.perthmakersmarket.com.
Sunday the 1st of November 2020 9.30am – 3.30pm. Goolugatup Heathcote, 58 Duncraig Road Applecross.
About Perth Makers Market
Started in 2016, Perth Makers Market seeks to provide a platform for Perth’s talented, high quality crafters in family focused, friendly locations. It maintains strong ties to the community and provides initiatives that focus on giving back. All wares available at Perth Makers Market have been handcrafted in Western Australia, and all the charities and not for profits it supports have strong ties within the local community.