4th December – 6th December

Fremantle Arts Centre’s Bazaar, Perth’s highest quality Christmas Maker’s Market, returns to the port city

In a year where buying local and supporting Western Australian industry has never been more important, Bazaar offers 50 local designers, artists and craftspeople the chance to showcase their wares and connect with the public at the three-day event.

Bazaar is more than a market, it’s a celebration of handmade, bespoke local craftsmanship. What sets Bazaar apart is the carefully curated selection of stallholders, ensuring all the products available are of
the highest quality and WA designed.

Browse a range of the finest fashion, jewellery, textiles, ceramics, woodwork, toys, homewares, prints, stationery and more.
Held in Fremantle Arts Centre’s spacious grounds, under festoon lighting for the Friday evening session (5–9pm) and shady plane trees on Saturday and Sunday (9am–5pm), Bazaar is a relaxed and beautiful Christmas shopping experience.

Enjoy drinks from the bar and delicious food from a selection of food trucks as you shop.
Ceramicists Danica Wichtermann and Beste Ogan,who have shared a stall for many years, love Bazaar’s friendly vibe.

“Bazaar has a great buzz about it, especially on Friday night,” they said. “It not only has a beautiful space and atmosphere, there’s also an amazing selection of local handmade creations.”
Jewellery designers Kate Rae and Kerry O’Flaherty, who collaborate with their label k a : k e, said choosing where to spend your money has never been more important than in 2020.
“Give something with a local story, unique and designed and made to endure the test of time,” they said.
“Supporting local makers strengthens our community. It is a great feeling getting to speak to the maker directly and learn about the process and story. You know that these are special pieces, which are carefully created with a lot of love and joy.”

Bazaar runs 5–9pm Friday 4 December and 9am–5pm Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 December.

Entry $2, kids under 12 free.

FAC, 1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle