The Coal Loader Artisans Market
This sustainable and unique market is held four times a year... and features around 100 makers!
The market offers you an opportunity to purchase original and creative handmade products directly from emerging and contemporary designers, artists and makers, while enjoying the atmosphere of the beautiful and historic site.
Stalls display and sell art, ceramics, sculpture, basketry, eco products, fashion, jewellery, accessories, wool creations, textiles, food, children's design and much more.
We are proudly single-use plastic-free, please help us stay that way by bringing a keep-cup, reusable water bottle, and cloth bags.
Held rain or shine, the venue offers a beautiful all-weather marketplace to showcase local creative talent, and it's a pretty fabulous day each time!
Visitors are strongly encouraged to walk, ride, or use public transport to get to the market as parking is limited.
The nearest station, Waverton, is just 6 minutes' easy walk and bike racks are available to use on site.
To find out about upcoming events, subscribe to our quarterly e-newsletter here: www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/enews
Want to be a Stallholder?
Applications are now open for the next markets in this financial year.
Applications for each market open for approximately four weeks at the beginning of: March, June, September, and December.
Applications for each event close 2 months before the event date. No late applications can be taken.
To be notified by email when applications open please subscribe to our e-newsletter below.
Due to the large numbers of applications and strict acceptance criteria, completing an application does not constitute an acceptance for the event.
Keep in Touch
To find out more about upcoming markets, as a stallholder or visitor, use one of the following methods:
Each stallholder is selected on the quality of their hand-made goods including; originality, creative design, and fit with the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability's ethos.
We also feature a limited number of eco and ethical-collective product vendors who may offer products made by others, and offer one pro-bono space to sustainability-focused charities.