Fall Beach Market

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A huge waterside market is on its way for the Northern Beaches, with Cambridge Markets’  Pittwater Autumn Market happening on April 30 from 10am-3pm. 
The event will take place at Winnererremy Bay, Mona Vale, and will involve more than 150  stalls across fashion, food, homewares, gifting, art, craft, garden goods, pet gear, toys,  children’s wear, jewellery and plenty more. 
The market is a part of a series of seasonal events Cambridge Markets hosts on the  Northern Beaches, which have a particular focus on small, local and artisan craftspeople,  producers, makers and creators. 
The Pittwater Autumn Market will also have live music, activities for kids and a bounty of  delicious global food to suit all tastes. 
“The Northern Beaches is a very special community and we love working with this  community to bring a hyper-local mix of businesses to this fantastic location,” Cambridge  Markets director Madelienne Anderson said.  
“People here are very loyal to local makers and creators and love to get out to find a way  to support our micro retailers.” 
This market’s mix of stallholders will include Perez Trading, with its panama and felt hats,  blankets, ponchos and jackets, hand-crafted sustainable eyewear from Pacifico Optical,  Australian ugg boots, cow hides and hemp products from Imosh Australia, ceramic and  clay giftware by Sandie’s Garden and a botanical body care range from Alaya. Take home  craft drinks from Buffalo Vale Distillery who make gin, vodka and a single-botanical spirit  and boutique premium wines from Savannah Estate. 
World food on offer will include New York-style cookies from Thicc Cookies, Portuguese  custard tarts and donut balls from Natas and Co, Italian artisan organic products including  pasta and balsamic vinegar from Bottega, empanadas and other Latin favourites from  Empanadas, lobster rolls and bbq seafood from East Blue Seafood, Egyptian felafel rolls  and chicken shawarma from Urban Gypsy, gozleme from Authentic Turkish Gozleme and  traditional Vietnamese food from Vietbanhese.
“The Pittwater Market is always very well attended with a super chilled atmosphere as  befitting this beachside location,” Anderson said.  
“People love to come and do a bit of shopping with our craftspeople and producers, then  to stay for some really great gourmet world food and a bit of live music. It’s a great day out  for the whole family. There’s plenty for kids to see and do, including a range of kids’  activities, and a wonderful community atmosphere that permeates the whole day. 
“We work really hard to ensure just the right mix of stallholders so that there’s something  for everyone at this market.” 
The Pittwater Autumn Market is part of a series of markets across Sydney held by  Cambridge Markets. Seasonal markets are held in locations as varied as Cronulla, Moore  Park, Watsons Bay and Glebe. Cambridge Markets also holds regular markets in Ryde,  Wentworth Point, Quay Quarter Lanes in the CBD and at the Entertainment Quarter,  Moore Park. 
“Markets are a wonderful event for small businesses and locals,” Anderson said.
“We  encourage shoppers to come out and support the independent retailers, chefs and  artisans who trade at our markets.” 

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