Sunday, January 6, 2008

Toowoomba Sunday Market (Part I)


Toowoomba Sunday Market

It was around 10 minutes past nine in the morning when I reached Toowoomba Sunday Market (located at James Street), surprisingly the weather was a little bit cloudy yet warm and never rain though. Here are some photos I manage to snap using the camera I borrowed from my generous colleague from China.

Toowoomba Sunday Market

Easy access and what's most important is the parking is free. Toowoomba is a great place with less traffic and less crime, most people here enjoy walking or taking public transport instead of driving cars.

Toowoomba Sunday Market

Sunday market is being held on every Sunday morning at somewhere near PCYC on James Street. I was there for the first time, and it seemed to me that the structure is very much similar to those morning / night markets we have back in our home-country.

Toowoomba Sunday Market

Most of the sellers are farmers themselves...

Toowoomba Sunday Market

You'll definitely get to find all those fresh food inspiration you need for wonderful meal ideas here.

Toowoomba Sunday Market

There are also some other stalls selling plants, birds, paintings, crystals, jewelery, books, clothes, and many more locally produced products.

Toowoomba Sunday Market

Home-made, hand-made, and possibly custom-made products on demand.

Toowoomba Sunday Market

Price wise, they are a lot cheaper compared to local daily product suppliers such as Woolworths, SupaIGA and Coles.

Toowoomba Sunday Market

It's really common to see parrots flying around in the Garden City. Just last Thursday, we saw a group of parrots resting at the park when we were having outdoor BBQ.

Toowoomba Sunday Market

Alright, that's all for today. If you wish to find out more about Toowoomba Sunday Market, do keep your eyes on my upcoming post.

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