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Seaside Delights at Port Germein Market

Melissa Smith

The beautiful Port Germein Foreshore will come alive with their Seaside Market taking centre stage on Sunday, February 25.

Boasting an eclectic array of stalls from fresh produce, pastries, plants, olive oil, Bric-a-Brac, craft, jewellery, and clothes, it’s a seaside shopping haven for locals and visitors. One of the market’s highlights and a favourite with the kids, is the iconic Crab Train – a whimsical tractor transformed into the colors of a crab, pulling carriages full of passengers on their way to explore the town.

Among the stalls, Oakley Doakley will feature, catering to all your furry friend’s needs with 100% Australian-made, natural dog treats and products for your favourite pooch. For the green thumbs, Nuthin’ But Natives, a production nursery open to the public, specialises in tough Aussie plants for tough Aussie conditions. They bring a large selection of fully hardened Australian Native plants including groundcovers, shrubs, and trees. To keep you and your house smelling devine, Annie’s Scents, has a broad selection of electric warmers, scented wax melts, room sprays, plus products for your laundry, kitchen and body! It’s a smelling sensation for every part of your life.

Taralee Orchards brings a taste of the orchard to the market, selling a variety of fruits and other products, including hand-cut, preservative-free dried fruit, and a delicious range of jams, chutneys, and sauces. Emphasising biodynamic farming practices, their produce is chemical-free, hand-sown, and hand-harvested, ensuring genuine and high-quality products.

And for those with a sweet tooth, The Old Style Lolly Shop is a haven of old-fashioned or hard-to-find sweets and drinks, providing a huge selection to satisfy cravings.

This weekend’s market includes the addition of the ‘Last Sunday Of Summer Cruise 2024’. Car and bike enthusiasts will meet at the Wirrabara Oval from 10 am where rods, rats, and relics will share the spotlight, creating a diverse display for car and bike lovers before the cruise kicks off at noon, winding its way through picturesque Germein Gorge arriving at Port Germein.

Over 300 cars will line the streets of the seaside town in an impressive display with visitors enjoying both the Last Sunday Of Summer Cruise and the Foreshore Markets. It’s a Sunday not to be missed in Port Germein!

For more information about Last Sunday of Summer Cruise, click here.

Read about other Regional SA Markets here.

Port Germein Foreshore Market
Bi-Monthly, last Sunday of the month
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