Known locally as the ‘friendly village market’, the Tomerong Market is held on the third Saturday of each month inside the historic Tomerong Hall and surrounding grounds.
The Market opens at 8 am and runs till 1:30 pm. It provides an opportunity for local stallholders to sell homemade, fresh, home grown and recycled produce and goods, as well as arts and crafts and selected imports. For visitors, the Market is a place to have coffee and a chat with friends and acquaintances.
There are a large variety of stalls with items such as books, bric-a-brac, jewellery, plants, candles, clothes, vintage wares, eco-products, body products, photos, art, chilli sauces, wooden wares, and more. On the food front, we have stalls catering for a wide range of tastes - including wonderful pies, Mediterranean foods, organic supplies, fresh fruit and vegetables, jam, cakes and biscuits, sweet and savoury crepes and, of course, great coffee and foods to consume while you are relaxing at one of the table and chair set-ups around the grounds.
Whether you are a stallholder or a visitor, the Market Coordinator is on hand to provide any help or advice you may need.
Why not have a Stall?
If you are interested in running a stall at the Tomerong Market, then email the Market Co-ordinator on email@example.com or talk to them directly on market day. The cost for running a stall at the Tomerong Market is currently only $20 for a standard-sized space and we have extra tables which can be used on the day. Please note that stalls are accepted at the discretion of the coordinator, who will consider whether the stall fits in with Tomerong Markets range, and also whether there are already stalls selling similar products.
And buskers are welcome ...
We like to have some background music at the Hall and are always interested in local buskers who can blend in with the gentle ambience of the Market. If you are interested, you will need to check with the Market Co-ordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org sometime before the Market date to book yourself a slot. It's free, and you are welcome to put out a hat or guitar case for donations but you do need to book in.