Made Local Market



The Made Local Market is back at Stackwood this November bringing you all the best local wares, eats and music across one big weekend. This edition arrives just in time for your Christmas shopping and will host more than 30 stalls selling locally-made wares such as ceramic planters, artist prints, clothing, textiles and jewellery. 

The market will host brand new stallholders and some of our staple favourites under the one warehouse roof, including Sole CeramicsSarana HaeataFlora WaycottMany Peaks AssemblyKura Studio and Namu Leathergoods

The Stackwood studio residents will also be opening their doors so you can get a behind the scenes look into the warehouse, including the Winterwares ceramic studio, Sara Winfield's artist space, Neighbourhood Press' print store and Clean Slate Skincare's apothecary. 

The market will host food trucks slinging fresh Summer eats including Brazillian street food by Comida do Sul, hand-crafted fare by Eat No Evil and vegan soul delights by Bean Eatin', plus coffee and treats by Stacked Cafe

Kuld Creamery will join us once again, serving up some of the best ice cream in town, Floral Army's stand will be overflowing with fresh blooms for you to take home and you'll be able to pick up your bread from Fable Bakery (slow-fermented sourdough, yes please!)

Our feature artist (to be announced!) will be playing a very special set for us at 6:30pm on Friday evening. To celebrate the Stackwood bar will be pouring local craft beer from Otherside Brewing and natural wines curated by Wise Child Wine Store.

Kid-friendly activities will be happening right throughout the weekend including natural decoration making with Stackwood market veteran. Earth Friendly Art. Activities are by a suggested donation of $3 - $5 each.

Our concept store will also be full of plants to add to your urban jungle.

Dates and times:

The market runs all weekend 29th of November - 1st of December 2019. 


3pm Market opens
3pm Bar open
6:30pm Local music session
9pm Market closes

Food by Comida do Sul, Stacked Cafe & Eat No Evil 
Kid-friendly activities by Earth Friendly Arts


9am Market opens
4pm Market closes

Food by Eat No Evil, Stacked Cafe & Bean Eatin
Kid-friendly activities by Earth Friendly Arts


Amelia Jane | Blume Beeswax | Botanik Tea Bean Eatin' | By Helo | Calicot Chimerical Home | Clean Slate Skincare | Comida do Sul | Deep Earth Ceramics do° pottery | Eat No Evil Earth Friendly Art | Eco Sumki | Fable Bakery (Sat + Sun only) | Flora Waycott | Floral Army | Holly Razavi Art | Jae Criddle Kiln Ceramicists Kristin Magrit | Kuld Creamery | Kura Studio | Leia Duffy ArtLittle Farm Provedore | Little Love Rugs | Many Peaks Assembly | Marime Studio | MISCII | Namu Leathergoods | Neighbourhood Press | Otherside Brewing | Pickled Cactus Pinch Dash Glug (Fri) | Renee Botman RŪPAHAUS | Sara Winfield | Sarana Haeata | Sole Ceramics Stacked Cafe | Stinky Designs | The Anjel MS Project | The Little Press The Natural Food Emporium | The Products The Second Salon | Tony Docherty | Waxi Wraps | Winterwares | Wise Child Wine Store | Yuniko Studio


Visit the facebook event page.

Photos by Rae Fallon