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Canberra Lake Tuggeranong Lions Club

District 201N2, Australian Capital Territory , Australia



Homestead Markets

Ariel view of the Market

The markets are the major fundraising activity of the Canberra Lake Tuggeranong Lions Club. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is used to fund local, national and international projects and charities supported by the club.

There are numerous stalls selling a variety of goods including: arts and crafts, "pre loved" [i.e trash & treasure] non-elecrical goods, cakes, breads, lollies, plants and fruit and vegetables. There is something for everyone including display by the Canberra and District Historic Engine Club, plus Jumping Castle and other children's amusements, BBQ, food and drinks.

The location for the markets is the rustic surroundings of the Historic Tuggeranong Homestead site, backing onto the suburb of Richardson ACT.

2016 Market Dates

`14 February, 13 March, 10 April, 8 May, 11 September, 9 October, 13 November and 11 December.

The market operates from 9:00am to 2:00pm

Located on the corner of Ashley and Johnson Drives, Richardson. The Homestead direction mapHomestead entrance is on Johnson Drive, at the roundabout junction with Were St, opposite the Calwell shops. Ample parking [including disabled] is available.

New stallholders are always welcome and there are special rates for non-profit organisations.

To organise a stall or for more information about the markets:

 email: homesteadmarkets@gmail.com

 phone 0435 175 401 

Markets will not proceed in inclement weather. Announcements will be made on radio stations 2CC and 106.3 

Market Correspondence can be sent to: PO Box 1573, Tuggeranong  ACT 2901

Market Site Registration Form   Click Here 

Stall Holders Conditions Form Click Here

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Market Pic1 Market Pic2

Stalls in the Market

Did you know the following can be donated at the LIONS TENT at the Lions Tuggeranong Community Markets?

See our  How to Run a Market Blog