The 3 January 2021 market is cancelled
We've had a wet week here at Black Head and the park is now too saturated to host the market on Sunday.
So, we must cancel this Sunday's market.
Hope to see everyone at the February market.
If the COVID situation changes for the worse, we may need to cancel, so check back here or on our social media @blackheadbazaar during the next week.
If you were at the last market and you were registered, you don't need to register again. Just go to the spot you had at the last market. If you . . .
COVID requirements for all stallholders at the market
- Set up your stall so that it's at least 2 metres from your neighbouring stalls. You may not end up in your usual location.
- Manage your customers so that they do not crowd your stall or stand closely in a line while they wait. Customers who queue need to be 1.5 . . .
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 . . .