Woodstock Artisans Market returns with a special pre-Mothers Day Market on 2 May 2021. It's the perfect opportunity to find a beautiful, unique gift from the heart for Mum.
Since its debut in November 2018, this exciting boutique market has grown in popularity and now boasts more than 60 quality stallholders.
Come along with family and friends and support local makers and creators from 10am to 3pm in the inviting Woodstock Community Centre, a restored heritage-listed 1871 building and its lush parklands.
Woodstock Artisans Market proudly offers an oasis of handcrafted treasures and tranquillity for shoppers of Sydney's Inner West.
Conveniently located close to Burwood's bustling town centre, the Woodstock Artisans Market showcases handpicked designers and makers of unique, quality handmade homewares, fashion & children's wear, accessories, art, ceramics, jewellery, curios and other specialty producers.
Throughout the morning and afternoon, shoppers can leisurely fossick for those special, one-of-a-kind purchases, all in the relaxing and beautiful surroundings of this heritage gem.
Woodstock Community Centre is also surrounded by spacious parklands, so after a spot of shopping, take the kids down to one of two playgrounds. Plus food traders and coffee will be available on-site, so families and shoppers can relax and enjoy fine fare and drinks in the picnic areas.
Woodstock was built as a home in 1871 by Edwin Thomas Penfold and changed hands numerous times before being acquired by Burwood Council. Based at 22 Church Street, this stunning site consists of Woodstock Community Centre, spacious Woodstock Park and the newer addition of Fitzroy Hall.
Entry to the Woodstock Artisans Market is FREE. Disabled parking is available and Disabled access is provided at Woodstock Community Centre.
The venue is approximately 10 minutes walk from Burwood Train Station.
Woodstock Artisans Market is a registered COVID Safe Business. People who are at high risk of COVID-19, recently returned from overseas and anyone who is unwell or showing symptoms of COVID-19, cold or flu is advised to stay home and not attend the markets.
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