I hadn't been in a while so and after a yummy lazy brunch in Kingston, I decided to check them out. I don't think they're as good or cheap as the Hall Markets which I blogged about, but they serve a different purpose - they're more central and they're indoors.
Lots of gorgeous kids clothes
I loved this ladies dresses - this one was on sale for $25!
Dresses for sale - $50 each
Handmade leather bags - very exxy, costing around $300! The lady also sells on Etsy.
Chicken hats!? $38
Flower clips / brooches made from kimono silks. Super versatile and look great as shoe clips!
I loved this lady's artwork - she uses copper metal and modelling clay which she paints with metallic paints.
I especially loved this kookaburra - $95 including frame.
Would you pay $38 for a short tarot reading? I wouldn't! I have always wanted to have one done, but at a much cheaper price...
I didn't take any photos, but there is a whole section devoted to food stuffs and plants - you can buy ready made cakes and tarts, freshly baked bagels, chutnies and jams, bunches of flowers, exotic teas, fudges, and even free range eggs and locally produced meats.
It also has a "food court" area where you can buy lunch - with Ethiopian, Laotian, Spanish, Turkish and Mexican food on offer amongst other cuisines.
I'd definitely recommend the markets for an outing - especially on a rainy day when there is little else to do in 'Berra!