Glengallan opens up for winter seasonal markets
SEASONS come and seasons go, and with each comes a quirky little market at the historic Glengallan Homestead.
The grounds of Glengallan will be packed with stalls on Sunday morning for the quarterly markets.
Organiser Terry Weier said he was expecting 20 to 25 stalls.
"It's just a nice little unique market," he said.
"The stalls sell mainly homemade craft goods but there's everything from jams, preserves and cakes to woodcrafts and art work."
Mr Weier said one stall holder in particular drew a lot of attention.
"There is a man who makes real rocking horses," he said.
"He brings a bit of woodwork out with him to give people an idea of what he does."
There will also be a food van, plus the Heritage Centre will be open serving coffee.
While marketgoers wander through the sea of stalls, they can also take a guided tour of the historic homestead.
Where: Glengallan Homestead, New England Hwy (just past the Eight Mile)
When: Sunday, 8am to 1pm
Cost: Free entry to the markets - Homestead entry is $10 for adults and $4 for children