Made With Love Market Bazaar

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With more and more people flocking to their local town markets on the weekend, it is not surprising that the range of things you can pick up at these community stalls is quickly growing in quality.

From bespoke furniture to handmade vintage dresses, you can usually find something unique that seems to have your name written on it.

But when it comes to handmade goods and the ultimate in Nanna chic it is hard to go past Tasmania's own Made with Love Market Bazaar.

If you want to try before you buy, the market’s facebook site and blog are a great starting place and will give you a feel for the types of items you may find on display.

For those who have yet to find their own mum a treat for Mother's Day, you can drop into the markets the next time they are open (Saturday May 12) where you are bound to find a range of goodies she is sure to love.

Visitors to the island state may not be as familiar with the types of items that are sold at the market, but along with handmade postcards, jams, candles and jewellery you can also find great clothes, records and the best in baby items.

Foodies will no doubt want to make a beeline for the stalls selling the latest in vegan goods and cupcakes.

While parents can relax knowing that there will be suitable entertainment for the kids including live music that the whole family can enjoy.

Made with Love Market Bazaar is held on the second Saturday of the month from 9.00 to 13.00 at Jackson St, Wynyard.

Its mix of contemporary, vintage and homemade stalls are the perfect place to find the ideal gift or simply wile the hours away browsing.

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