Bush market drew thousands of people

MYRTLEFORD’S bush market helped get January off to a flying start. Among the thousands of people to enjoy all the 140 stalls had to offer, especially the slushies, were (from left) siblings Holly and Caleb Martin and their cousin Summer Capponecchia.

THOUSANDS of people flocked to Myrtleford on the first Friday of January for the annual Myrtleford Bush Market.

The big crowd of locals and tourists hit the main street from as early as 9am to try and beat the warm weather kicking off the sea of people that walked the town until mid afternoon.

Approximately 140 stalls packed the streets offering a post Christmas bargain for everyone with arts and crafts, clothing, jewellery, electronic gadgets, tools, children’s novelties, plants, local produce and food and wine all available.

The Myrtleford Central Market also operated running in inconjuction with the Bush Market for the first time adding another aspect to the event.

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