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Cupitt's Winery - Growers Market

Last Saturday of every month (Including Easter Long Weekend) 10am - 2pm

Cupitt Winery hosts a monthly local produce market, with delicious home grown vegetables, fruit and other local produce.

Not only producing fine wines and sumptuous food, Cupitt Winery also offers arts displays and hosts afternoons of jazz on the first Sunday.  Bookings are essential so reserve a table, listen to the music whilst enjoying a beautiful lunch with your wine.

58 Washburton Road, Ulladulla NSW

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Gaia Farmers Market

Held From 3pm every Thursday

Gaia Farmers Market offers locally grown fruit and vegetables as well as local meat, eggs and honey produce.

The markets will also feature presentations and guest speakers will talk to people about healthy living, nutrition, offering garden advice and providing information about a range of diets such as paleo and raw food.

The weekly market is expected to grow as more local farmers jump onboard, selling their seasonal produce.  Local producers not involved are encouraged to do so, even if they may only have a small amount of produce to sell.

Food vans selling dishes made from local produce.

Ulladulla Civic Centre, Princes Highway Ulladulla

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Marine Rescue Ulladulla Wharf Markets

Held on the second Sunday of each month

The Ulladulla Harbour Markets are run by the volunteer members of the local unit of Marine Rescue NSW and have become an institution in this pretty South Coast town.

The craft, produce and speciality stalls attract visitors from near and far.  The markets are a magnet for local shoppers and visitors alike, so they have a year-round appeal.  Many of the stall holders are regulars who have been selling for years and have built up strong bonds with their customers.  Face painting and jumping castles keep the little ones occupied too.

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Milton Village Markets

1st Saturday of each month

A mix of stalls held in historic Milton Township.  Fresh produce, collectables, clothes, wine tastings and jams.

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Mollymook Beach Markets

5th Sunday of the month 8:30am - 2:00pm

Mollymook Beach Markets comprises over 100 stalls together with the Lions catering vans and Lions Merry-Go-Round.

The majority of stallholders are from the Shoalhaven/Eurobodalla Regions.  While each market is different, you will usually find Aboriginal and other art, cakes and other baked goods, books, bric-a-brac, CD's, DVDs and videos, clothing, confectionery, fishing and other sports goods, fruit and vegetables, garden products, giftware, handcrafts, health and beauty products, jewellery, kitchenware, knitwear, leather and metal goods, pet products, photos and picture framing, pickles, honey, jam, plants, second hand goods, sunglasses, watches, swimwear, taro card readings, tools, toys and woodwork products.

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Monument Beach Ride

Riding from North Bendalong is a cycling route through Conjola National Park leading to a picnic area with scenic ocean views and a historic monument.

Distance: 6.5km (one way)

Time suggested: 2 hours

Grade: Medium

Price: FREE

Monument Beach ride from Bendalong is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

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