Entries open 1 March
We like to support the visual arts. When we thought about organising a photographic competition and prize, we didn't want to limit the entrants or their photographic interests to just our little patch of the coast. We decided to open the Prize to everyone in NSW who's 16 or older. We also decided that we wouldn't limit the places . . .
for stallholders and visitors
By asking to have a stall at the Bazaar, you agree to follow our Stallholder Agreement. Download the current stallholder agreement here.
Political representation and advocacy stalls pay a stall fee and must follow our policy and Stallholder Agreement. Download the policy here.
Charity groups, . . .
South wall of the library
We've created an art wall at Black Head
The art wall is along the south wall of the Hallidays Point Library.
Starting at the left side, the first two works are by artist Kim Hamilton from the Barrington Coast. Get to know more about Kim's work here.
The next work is by local artist Rod Spicer from . . .
The next market will be on Sunday,3 March 2024.
Remember, we will only cancel a market if it's been raining heavily for many days and the park is too soft for traffic.
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A Manning Coastcare subgroup
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). Hallidays Point Landcare is . . .
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 . . .