Kiama is the most beautiful little town so so cute less than two hours from Sydney. I had the kids up at 5am, my mother picked up and was on the road with the crumbling kids by 6am. I was really excited about this market because so many people had said great things about it and the organiser Bobby.
|My Paris as she walks along the stalls|
As usual I went looking for the farmers and bought my apples from one and spinach, potatoes, strawberries and broccoli from another so deliciously fresh such a thrill.
|Camilleri Strawberries straight from their farm at Horsley Park|
I ran into Keith and Viebke who "lives the adventure" with their absolutely beautiful handmade goat leather bags and journals. All their lines are so rustic looking as if each piece has a story to tell.
|Keith and Viebke with just some of their pieces Vagabondtravelgear.com|
|Some of their journals inspired by Harry Potter complete with a jewel on the front such a great gift for a child.|
My friend Annette from Nannette Imports was there with me, she has booked for next month also thrilled with how beautiful the market was.
|Stalls all the way around the bay and into the park at the far end.|
Kiama Markets were definitely a market to put on your list http://www.visitnsw.com/events/kiama-seaside-markets