Avoca Beachside Markets

Avoca Beachside Markets

Avoca Beachside Markets
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Mulloes
澳大利亚Avoca Beach185 条分享
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... one off present.
Its a small market but well attended by the locals and visitors.
The food stalls are good as well.
What tops these markets off is the local talent and their music. Fantastic mix of budding singers, you wonder why they haven't been "discovered"!
撰写日期:2020年2月11日
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Thanks so much for your review! We have 115 stalls to choose from and Yes - the talent is fantastic!! So much talnet here on the coast! Thanks for taking the time!!
撰写日期:2020年2月17日
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Simon W
澳大利亚Avoca Beach7 条分享
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Ok for a day out. Parking is a hassle but the variety of stalls are good. A good selection of food stalls and only a minutes walk to the beach
撰写日期:2019年8月6日
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Jackie M
澳大利亚悉尼9,265 条分享
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The Avoca Beachside Markets are a long, rambling collection of stalls running along the edge of the Avoca Lake in Heazlett Park. This market works in well with the natural surrounds, weaving in between the trees, at times with a sandy bottom (which might be prohibitive for those with mobility issues).

The setting has led to some cool site-specific setups, like The Hungry Traveller, who sell burgers from a yellow Kombi van sitting under blue-and-white striped shade cloth, with their drinks served directly from a camping ice box. Parked right next to it, The Flying Vegan - another food truck housed in a stylish old school camper van - helps to give this little bend in the lagoon a really atmospheric campground twist.

What you can expect to find here are lots of coastal style stalls. They are selling everything from hanging macramé plant baskets to framed wood-cut monstera deliciosa leaves on pastel backdrops for the walls of your holiday house, to ceramics to decorate your coffee table.

Being a bit over an hour-and-a-half drive from Sydney, there’s actually only a small crossover with your regular Sydney market stalls. You will find Sydneysider, Michael Shafran, trotting out his authentic New York-style baked goods at Brooklyn Boy Bagels. Boiled and baked in the traditional way, his bagels are renowned for being some of the best this town has to offer, drawn from a range that also includes pretzels and challah bread (Jewish brioche). While most people opt to take them home for weekday breakfasts, you can also get Michael to add a house-made cream cheese schmear to your bagel and pull up and eat it in front of a children’s circus magic show. Put on by Roundabout Circus, these are interactive affairs where for a mere two bucks, your kid can join in the fun.

Another Sydneysider, Goose on the Loose, have also made the journey north from their Richmond based factory. Their salumi range includes a kangaroo and mild chilli salami, and a duck and juniper salami that are both worth trying. If you would rather support the local guy and buy from Central Coast producers, you’ll find Little Creek, who make gourmet cheeses thirty kilometers up the road in Wyong. Their range includes labna and clever Haloumi Sticks ($11.50) that are marinated and barbeque ready. There’s also Mr Goaty, who churn their lovely gelato in Erina a mere ten kilometres away from the market. You’ll find them serving their classic vanilla bean and other flavours from a picturesque khaki and white van in the campground set up next to The Hungry Traveller and The Flying Vegan.

With a mostly middle-class audience, the Avoca Beachside Markets don’t strike me as a place where it would be easy to do your weekly produce shop. Most of the products on offer, like The Original Smoke & Spice Co.’s smoked salts, nuts, rice, chillies and spices, are boutique luxury items rather than the essentials you’ll need to get you through the work week. Though if you can afford some luxuries in the household budget, a recyclable milk bottle full of Olly’s Wild Fermenting Ginger and Lime Kombucha ($10) in the fridge never goes astray. So expect to load your recyclable bag up with everything from ginger beer to artisan sourdough as you stroll through this market.

With a full program of live entertainment, you can also pull up on their rugs and settle in for some lunch in the chill-out zone. Along with the food trucks I mentioned earlier, there is also a good range of food stalls. I saw everything from healthy Vietnamese noodle soups to naughty Halouminati Fries ($10) at The Haloumi Hut, a Central Coast-based vegetarian and vegan, Greek-inspired food business.

Sweet tooths are far from forgotten with everything from Hawaiian shave ice to the ubiquitous cupcake on offer. Winning on cute with hessian bunting, Hajni’s Hungarian Cakes, who are based in Gosford, are selling Hungarian chimney cake. The Cinnamon Cone ($11) filled with chocolate pudding and fresh banana seemed very popular with the crowd.
撰写日期:2019年7月5日
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junebryant
澳大利亚悉尼18 条分享
Very crowded.hard to park worth a visit, but the crowds make it hard to get a good visit, everybody seems to have at least one dog, Plenty of food stalls and interest goods for sale, and entertainments
撰写日期:2019年7月2日
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bel-han-mat
澳大利亚Umina Beach39 条分享
We went there in March, they are on the 4th Sunday of the month. parking can be a little tricky as it is always extremely busy with little room for parking. BUT DONT let this deter you from heading to Avoca Markets, there are so many stalls right on the water there are plenty of food stalls to choose from and an abundance of hand made item from clothes to jewellery. They is even a play area for the kids with a sand pit and swings.
I highly recommend these markets.
撰写日期:2019年4月12日
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Natalie T
澳大利亚戈斯福德476 条分享
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This market has a variety of stalls and it’s a great day out if you want to take a picnic blanket and make a day of it.

They have food, clothes, jewellery and other crafts, plus live music.

It does take a long time to get a park and is busy like that throughout the day. People tend to park anywhere
撰写日期:2018年11月26日
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Philsadventure
澳大利亚Killcare38 条分享
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Great idea for the central coast area, badly organised, first the stall holders take all the close by parking , forcing their customers to park dangerously along the main road. They should allow people to park on the oval, or move the stalls to oval and allow parking along the dirt road..Stalls themselves are great, lots of variety, very dog friendly . If coming bring your walking shoes and prepare to park a few kilometres away. Food is typical of any market , the same stall holders that go around Sydney not very different and they are all clumped together making it crowded..

撰写日期:2018年9月23日
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Hi guys, thanks for the feedback and for coming along. We have asked council numerous times to use the oval for parking and part of their council terms and conditions is no access to the field as it is a sporting asset and we will never be able to use this and reasoning why. We have a free shuttle bus from 9am-2pm at Avoca Hotel every market day and this is the best and easiest way to get to and from the market every 15 minutes and safely monitored by our every market day traffic rural fire brigade team. Stallholders caught leaving their cars in any other area than designated are warned and monitored, so we have to disagree sorry as this is a very important part of our on day terms and as it is a public space we get the local rangers to come by and book any illegal parking and our fire brigade also prevent this as much as they can near and around the main entries. Hope this feedback helps and thanks again for coming along. Avoca Markets
撰写日期:2018年10月12日
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Leanne M
澳大利亚Woy Woy109 条分享
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There are many varied tent style stalls which have clothes, jewellery, candles, food and handicrafts. Gets so very busy and parking can be a nightmare so recommend going early
撰写日期:2018年3月16日
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LYONESSUDO
澳大利亚特里格尔73 条分享
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I enjoyed my visit to the markets. I have been their on many occasions and I have seen the number of stalls have increased.
There are plenty of things to choose from including clothing, woodwork, new and used items for sale. Lots of food stalls and even coffee. In my last visit I purchased a lovely rustic loaf of bread which I have never seen anywhere else.
Unless you get their, parking is a major problem. On one occasion I parked approximately 3km from the markets.
撰写日期:2018年3月6日
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Carolcaz
澳大利亚Central Coast28 条分享
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Markets OK - the real drama is getting in and out - traffic nightmare - done it once will leave it now.
撰写日期:2018年3月4日
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Thanks guys maybe try the free shuttle bus from Avoca Hotel next time around and this makes life easier for you. Avoca Markets
撰写日期:2018年10月12日
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