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Speers Point Markets: All You Need To Know

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Discover local organic produce, handmade products and the good vibes of Speers Point Markets.

Hosted at the beautiful Speers Point Park, the Speers Point Homegrown markets is the largest market in Lake Macquarie.

120+ market stalls line the lakeside location every second weekend, all selling locally produced products that are eco friendly or handmade, meeting the requirements of the Homegrown Market ethos.

With live music provided by talented local musicians, the park is filled to the brim with locals and tourists soaking up the community spirit and the good vibes.

Amongst the market stalls you’ll find healthy dog treats, organic produce from local growers and farmers, eco conscious skincare, plants, indigenous artwork, ceramics, handmade jewellery and baby clothes, and much more.

With the market being a family friendly event, you can bring the kids and a picnic blanket, as well as your fur babies, making it perfect for a family day out.

There’s plenty of lush grass to spread out on, so grab a coffee and some delicious food, and sit back and relax along the lake’s edge, while enjoying the music and soaking up the vibes of Lake Mac market day.

The markets are dog friendly for responsible owners.


Held on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month at Speers Point Park from 10am – 2pm


Speers Point Park
Park Rd, Speers Point

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About Homegrown Markets

Homegrown market owners Lauren and Lewis host a number of markets in the Lake Macquarie and Newcastle area. They’re evidently passionate about supporting local businesses and communities, the planet and good vibes, which is ever present at all of their markets.

Some of their other markets include: The Marina Market in Nelson Bay, Homegrown Markets in Newcastle and Made & Found in Redhead. They also run the annual Sustainable Living Festival in Medowie.

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