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Wend your way to Witta


As autumn's palette of reds and golds sweeps through the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Witta Market becomes a cosy nook of community warmth which is a hallmark of the monthly markets across the Range. Held on the third Saturday of each month, this little market in Witta, with its rich history stretching over 15 years, is a beloved local tradition.


Picture this: a leisurely morning spent strolling among the stalls, a warm cup of locally-brewed coffee in hand, as the friendly faces of local artisans and farmers greet you. They're the heartbeat of this market, showcasing everything from the earthy abundance of autumn's harvest—think pumpkins, apples, and homemade jams—to the creative flair of handmade crafts, perfect for those looking for a touch of something special and unique.


Witta Market in autumn has a certain charm where you experience the community coming together, celebrating the season's bounty! Food lovers can delight in the fresh, farm-to-table produce, while art enthusiasts will lose themselves in the myriad of stalls offering everything from handcrafted wooden spoons to soft, eco-dyed silks.


Regular stallholders include: Bunya Nut Pesto, Forest Garden Soaps (handcrafted, unscented, natural soaps and balms), Kaka Coffee Co., Eco Dyed Silks, Bountiful Backyards, Sweetpea Silversmithing, Wild Thyme Kitchen, and many more.


The team at Witta Market say, “We are passionate about bringing together unique and local stallholders from around the Sunshine Coast, creating a space that allows us to share their items to the public. From handmade goods to the freshest produce Witta Markets is a rich experience.”


So, why not take a slow drive down to Witta this autumn and support local vendors, savour delicious treats, and find unique treasures on May 19, 7am-12pm, at Old Witta School, 316 Witta Road.


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