When popular markets will return to Ipswich

The Handmade Expo is back in Nicholas Street Precinct for the first time in 2021 this March.

The popular handmade markets will pop up at Tulmur Place in the Nicholas Street Precinct at Ipswich Central on Saturday, 13 March from 9am to 1pm.

It’s the first of a regular program of markets in the city’s revitalised CBD in 2021, with the Nicholas Street Precinct becoming the new home of the monthly Ipswich Handmade Expo.

Ipswich residents got a taste of the markets last year, with more than 15,000 people checking out the Handmade Expo stalls at the opening of Tulmur Place in late November.

With more than 100 handmade stalls, face painting, the fabulous water play area and food trucks, the upcoming Handmade Expo is the perfect family day out.

Here’s a sneak peek at what you can look forward to next weekend (13 March).

Porcelain Memories by Katie

Do you have treasured china sitting in your cupboard or cabinet doing nothing? Katie can help. She makes the most divine range of jewellery and plaque from china. She so carefully turns them into pieces you can really enjoy and be proud to display and use.

Watercress Creek Olives and Limes

You cannot get any fresher than buying direct from the grower. Watercress Creek Olives and Limes offer the most beautiful range of olives, oils and so much more.

Robyn’s Fresh Delights

The best homemade baking you will ever taste. Traditional like grandma used to make, yet super delicious you just want more! Slices, date loaf, fruit cakes, the list goes on and on.

Kiss My Patootie

Check out the fabulous handmade range of ladies skirts, hats for all ages and so much more.

Stomping Elephants

Offering their gorgeous range of non-hypoallergenic earrings, which are perfect for sensitive ears.

Frog in a Teacup

For a beautiful handmade range of sustainable beeswax wraps you can’t go past Frog in a Teacup. Perfect for lunches, fruit and vegetables and so much more.

Ash Tulip at Home

Range of handmade soaps, bath bombs and body products.

What A Hoot Crafts

From macrame to ink pots to lovely resin art, What a Hoot Crafts has something for everyone.

Later this month, another popular market will pop up in Tulmur Place which is sure to please the city’s foodies.

The Future Flavours markets will be at Nicholas Street Precinct on Saturday, 20 March from 4pm to 9pm.

Another mainstay on the 2021 calendar of events at the precinct, Future Flavours will take place on the third Saturday of every month.

Featuring a variety of food trucks, stalls, live entertainment and music – you won’t want to miss this tasty family friendly night out.

For more information visit https://www.nicholasst.com.au/events/

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