Meet the makers
Local markets bring community together
A variety of markets are held in the Milton-Ulladulla district, featuring handmade goodies such as jewellery, cakes, timber furniture and so much more.
The new Gaia Farmers Market will be held at the Milton showground, every Saturday morning starting June 16, with fresh produce including seafood, fruit and veg, meat, mushrooms and cheese! Wander the stalls, meet the growers and taste some their home made jams, desserts an pies. Enjoy a morning out, with live music on the lawn as well.
The Marine Rescue Ulladulla Harbour Markets are held on the second Sunday of every month on the wharf area of beautiful Ulladulla Harbour. There are a variety of stalls, buskers, fresh coffee and the famous Lions Club doughnuts. Wander down for brekky and grab a tasty bacon and egg sandwich from the Marine Rescue barbecue. The ongoing support from locals helps keep the marine rescue volunteers on the water.
The Milton Markets are held on the first Saturday of the month at the Milton Showground. Find arts, antiques, handmade jewellery, as well as books, home-baked cakes and fresh local honey. The markets are also held on Easter Saturday and both the October and June long weekends, with buskers and live entertainment adding to the atmosphere.
Cupitt’s Winery Produce Market is the place to be on the first Saturday of the month, with home grown fruit, vegetables and seafood on offer. Combine your visit with morning tea overlooking the winery, with Cornish scones, jam and clotted cream. People are encouraged to bring along their own fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, honey, eggs, jams or preserves, and trade or sell their wares.
The Mollymook Beach Markets are hosted by the Ulladulla-Milton Lions Club on the fifth Sunday of the month, with all sorts of stalls and community groups setting up on the beach reserve in Mitchell Parade. Wander through the stalls, then cool off with a dip between the flags on gorgeous Mollymook Beach.
The Murramarang Community Market is also held at Kioloa during the summer months.