Market is a go!
The 4 December market will go ahead!
Rain is forecast for the week before the market, so there may be some restrictions on car movements to avoid the soggy spots, but otherwise it will be a regular market.
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Black Head Bazaar
You can now search for some of our stallholders (those that want their information to be public). You can search by their name, their business or trading name, or by the products they sell.
If you do a search and then want to see the whole list again, move your cursor into one of the three boxes and then click "Search".. . .
(for stallholders too!)
If the COVID situation changes, we may need to cancel the market, so check here or on our social media @blackheadbazaar during the week before each market.
If you are a registered and approved stallholder, we will email you one week before each market. If you want to attend, let . . .
Hallidays Point Landcare was formed in 1995. It joined with Hallidays Point Tidy Towns in 2010, which operated the Black Head Bazaar. In 2017, Hallidays Point Landcare decided to focus solely on land caring activities.The Black Head Bazaar is run by a separate association (which also does land caring activities).
Members meet . . .
Hallidays Point walks
The network of walks in Hallidays Point was established in 1995. The walks extend from Khappinghat in the north to Darawank Nature Reserve in the south through forests, along rocky shores, over headlands, through parks and along lagoons.
Use . . .