The Boneyard Collective’s Christmas Markets return

Published 11:00am 7 December 2023

The Boneyard Collective’s Christmas Markets return
Words by Nadia Chapman

The Boneyard Collective’s Christmas Markets return to Redcliffe this weekend, giving locals the perfect opportunity to shop sustainably this Christmas.

The free markets will be held on Saturday, December 9, from 4-8.30pm, for an evening full of local festive cheer.

The Boneyard Collective’s co-owner Becky Stone says this year’s markets are a great place to begin your Christmas shopping.

“Locals can expect a great place to shop small and sustainably this Christmas, as well as watch some gorgeous live music and eat some delicious food,” Becky says.

“At this event, we will have stallholders with handmade gifts of all sorts.

“There will be jewellery, locally hand poured candles, accessories, handmade clothes, vintage kitchen goods, and pre-loved clothing.”

There will also be a variety of food stalls, including a hot, fresh doughnut stall and live entertainment for everyone to enjoy.

“We love hosting these markets to bring the community together and allow small business owners to connect with eager buyers,” Becky says.

“Our live music performers bring a beautiful atmosphere and it’s a great opportunity for the shops in the collective to connect with new customers.”

The Boneyard Collective is at 18 Anzac Ave, Redcliffe.

The Boneyard Collective’s Christmas Markets return

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