Fig Tree Markets

Yeppoon, Livingstone Area

Monthly from 4 February 2018 - 

Free Entry

Fig Tree Creek Markets are organised by Keppel Coast Arts and held on the first Sunday each month, adjacent to the Capricorn Coast Tourist Information Centre at Ross Creek Roundabout, Yeppoon.

Fig Tree Creek Markets stallholders display, demonstrate and sell unique, handmade, locally designed, home baked and home grown products. Celebrate the local creativity and enjoy live entertainment each month.

Proceeds from the stallholders fees collected also help KCA in other arts related activities within the community.

Event Dates

This event occurs monthly on the following dates:
4 February 2018
4 March 2018
1 April 2018
6 May 2018
3 June 2018
1 July 2018
5 August 2018
2 September 2018
7 October 2018
4 November 2018
2 December 2018
6 January 2019
3 February 2019
3 March 2019

Event Venues


Merv Anderson Park
Address:
Ross Creek Roundabout
Scenic Highway
Yeppoon
Queensland, Australia 4703

Ross Creek Roundabout
Scenic Highway
Yeppoon,
Queensland
Australia

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