The Ulladulla Harbour Markets are run by the volunteer members of the local unit
of Marine Rescue NSW and have become an institution in this pretty South Coast town.
Usually held on the second Sunday of each month, the craft, produce and speciality
stalls attract visitors from near and far.
Market manager Theo Bagou and Lorraine Donohoe welcome visitors and ensures stall
holder are happy.
Face painting and jumping castles keep the little ones occupied
Take time to smell the roses, or at least admire the colourful produce on display
- like these orchids!
The markets are a magnet for local shoppers and visitors alike, so they have a year-round
Many of the stall holders are regulars who have been selling for years and have built
up strong bonds with their customers.
Variety is the spice of life and there’s life aplenty at the harbour side on the
second Sunday of each month (there are occasional variances for special local events
such as the annual Blessing of the Fleet).
. . .or have a look at what might be in store with a tarot card reading.
The beautiful location ensures a fun experience for the whole family. There is a
variety of refreshment stalls and plenty of picnic tables around to just sit and
enjoy the sun - and the stunning views.