Community Markets Are Back!

First Market Back With Seven Stalls At The Hall

The restrictions recently lifted allowing markets to start up once again and Kym Hurst along with Nicole Pardilanan and Trish Winton-Knuckey of the Tamborine Districts Citizens Association organised and attended the first Tamborine Community Country Markets to be back since March. Seven stalls were in attendance with stallholders noting that they had one of the best days ever!

Tamborine Community Country Markets
Trish, Amber, Kym, Tyler, Nicole & Lisa at the first Tamborine Community Country Market back after lockdown

Kym, Nicole and Trish said:
“We’re back, under strict regulations and practising healthy hygiene and social distancing. People were loving to be able to get out, coming from as far as Brisbane as they were now allowed to travel up to 150kms from home.”
“Even though it is a small market, it has good variety and everyone was happy! Everyone’s had a great day with lots of interest”
“We were filled with excitement, even in the cold, the car couldn’t wait to get out of the driveway!”

First Community Country Market back
Kym Hurst with grand daughter Amber in her ‘dream catcher’ stall
Tamborine Community Country Market
Scherrie & John with their all natural products
Tamborine Community Country Market
Mandy England her Scentsy stall
Tamborine Community Country Market
Lisa Haise with her variety stall
Tamborine Community Country Market
Trish Winton-Knuckey with her handmade crafts
Tamborine Community Country Market
Col Wilkinson with his timber crafted items
Tamborine Community Country Market
Anneke and her mobile Dutch Poffertjes Shop