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Old Petrie Town Historical Markets

When:

Sun 29 Mar 2015, 7:00am–1:00pm
Sun 5 Apr 2015, 7:00am–1:00pm
Sun 12 Apr 2015, 7:00am–1:00pm
Sun 19 Apr 2015, 7:00am–1:00pm
Sun 26 Apr 2015, 7:00am–1:00pm

Where: Old Petrie Town, 280 Dayboro Road, Kurwongbah, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: petrieshopstall

50 acres of land are the setting for this colourful country market .It has an historical village as a backdrop, making it an extremely pleasant place to spend a Sunday. The stalls have a folksy flavour with lots of handcrafts and old-fashioned wares as well as a smattering of fresh fruit and vegetables while the spread out nature of the pedestrian-only township makes for a relaxed family friendly vibe.

Interspersed with the markets are the historical shops such as a wood-fired bakery and old-fashioned lolly shop, a central barn containing a bunch of hawkers’ stalls peddling everything from German sausages to damper, nasi goreng, Thai curry puffs, Belgian Waffles and Dutch pancakes.Home made lemonade & ice creams.

When stalled-out take to the surrounding green hills where distant potters and blacksmiths practice their crafts in corrugated iron sheds or head to the Tom Petrie Colonial Hotel for a traditional lunch. The Emporium is a must visit with its 50's decor great burgers and Milkshakes.

*Mumford s barn has become famous for its displays of hats for sale & fairy accessories, face paintings.

*The Field of Grace have a meet up group for a chat on life and similar topics 10 am to noon . Grandmas Garden shop will have advice and gardening requirements with friendly service.

*Coes Cottage has that special little hard to find gift. * Bettina"s have a large range of hand crafted soaps and beautiful crockery to rent for weddings.

*The Classic shed shop have array of decor for your man cave or the beautiful garden hard to find statue.

*My spirit has a large range of spiritual gifts. The Second hand book shop is packed with bargains.
*The Little dress shop has the largest range of inexpensive dresses for all occasions.

*Choice of four museums. Fire, Scouts,Historical or steam engines.

*Antiques and collectibles can be found through out the shops and stalls for sale.

*Meet the talented photographer form Rule of Thirds who is taking the photography world by storm with her amazing wedding and portrait photography.

Also history buffs can visit the adjacent slick little Pine Rivers Shire Museum for an insight into the early settlers ways, the remnants of the local World War II army camp or turn of the century school discipline. There is also an interactive room where children can fiddle with physics – acceleration, velocity, weights and more.

*300 year old fig tress for you to picnic or meditate with.

*Property is listed as a Koala reserve. The energy of it once being a rain forest is superb.
Bring the family pony rides most Sunday and children are most welcome.Bring the camera so much to explore.

Note that the car entrance is off Dayboro Rd. (It is well signed).