A bunch of exciting market days will take place across the Illawarra next month.
From a Harry Potter themed-event to twilight, handmade and trash and treasure days, there's something for everyone this spring.
We've compiled a list of new and long-standing markets around the region in one handy guide so you don't miss a thing.
Father's Day Farms Market, Sunday, Sept 1, 10am-3pm
Head to Killalea State Park and find something special for dad from more than 90 stalls stocked with clothing, local produce, sweets, brews, art and craft, flowers and food. Details
Diagon Alley Markets, Sunday, Sept 15, 10am-4pm at UOW
Hosted by the UOW's Harry Potter Society, this is where to go to get your fix of wizarding goods, foods, and entertainment. Details.
Sculptures at Killalea - Twilight Food Market, Saturday, Sept 21, 2pm-7pm
Pack your picnic blanket and find a spot on the hill at Killalea for an afternoon of live music, entertainment, art, food, wind, craft beer and more as part of the 2019 Sculptures at Killalea festival. Details.
Makers & Creators Twilight Market, Friday, Sept 20, 5pm-8pm
Celebrate our talented artisans and creatives at Shellharbour Civic Centre's inaugural handmade market. There will also be food vendors, entertainment and live demos. Details.
Coledale Markets, Sunday, Sept 22, 9am-3pm
Head to Coledale Public School with your picnic blanket for food stalls, artisan, handmade and homemade products, entertainment and outdoor vibes. Details.
Bulli Markets, Every Sunday, 9am - 3pm
Bulli Showground is packed stalls full of artisan goods, fresh produce, food and some of the best musicians the region has to offer. Run weekly but two different operators.
Puckeys Night Market, Wednesday, Sept 25, 4pm-9pm
Browse the locally crafted wares and art, pick-up some delicious eats and enjoy the live entertainment and performances at the UOW Innovation Campus. Free parking onsite. Details
Kiama Seaside Markets, Sunday, Sept 15, 9am-3pm
More than 100 stalls offer everything from handcrafted gifts, locally designed clothing, jewellery, art, vintage and up-cycled products and holistic health and wellness products. Details.
Dapto Showground Market, every Sunday, 7am-1pm
Dapto's trash and treasure markets include areas dedicated to new and handmade items, fresh produce, food and dessert stalls and more. Details
Eat Street in Crown Street Mall, every Thursday, 5pm-9pm
A delicious range of food stalls from local restaurants and traders - ribs, dumplings, hot dogs, Asian salads, burgers, and desserts, as well as live music and comfy seating. Details.