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Old Bus Depot Markets

Doporučuje 33 místních ·

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Nick
Nick
November 22, 2019
Kingston's Landmark Sunday market inside an industrial former bus depot, with food, apparel, music, arts & crafts.
Alison
Alison
September 29, 2019
Canberra's oldest markets. A mixture of food, plants and crafts.
Charmayne
Charmayne
August 25, 2019
A Sunday tradition in Canberra, visiting the Old Bus Depot Markets is a must. Pick up some fresh produce, a bunch of flowers, some fashion gems and local artwork while you explore the stalls.
Jan
Jan
July 14, 2019
Great place to visit on a Sunday. 10am to 2pm
Harriet
Harriet
September 22, 2018
Worth checking out and go see the Glass factory next door - amazing building and set up

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21 Wentworth Ave
Kingston, ACT 2604
Telefon(02) 6295 3331
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