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Outeniqua Family Market

The Market with Good Food and Lots of Fun

The Outeniqua Family Market on the out skirts of George opposite the Garden Route Mall is a place where friends can meet every Saturday from 8:00 till 14:00pm for a relaxed and fun filled morning. The market offers good food, live music and lots of stalls for a unique shopping experience. Ample parking is provided, plenty of undercover seating available and clean ablution facilities.
Things to do for Kids
In a safe environment the kids can enjoy a ride on the boere train, electric cars and pony cycle rides. Sand-art for the children is very popular. In the shade of trees there is a large playground with a number of tables and benches with games on like Ludo and Snakes and Ladders, Black Gammon etc. which are enjoyed by young and old.

From Foods Stalls, Arts and Craft and even Gardening Stalls

There are approximately 200 stalls. The stalls range from arts and crafts stalls, food stalls, coffee stalls, gardening accessories stalls, vegetable and fruit stalls, gift stalls and décor stalls to name a few. The aroma of freshly ground coffee and other mouth-watering food will soon make you very hungry.
The Outeniqua Farmers Market opened in November 2011 en since then it has grown to one of the leading and most sought after market in the Garden Route.  The name Outeniqua means ‘the land where honey comes from’. Lately is means land where honey, cheese, veggies, pies, cakes, fruit and other delicious foods comes from.
Be sure to visit the market for an unforgettable outdoor shopping experience.
Outeniqua Family Market, Garden Route Stalls and Markets, Activities for Children, Arts and Crafts Stalls, Food stalls, Coffee Stalls, Gardening Accessories Stalls, Vegetable and Fruit Stalls, Gift Stalls, Décor Stalls
For Information Contact Karen Cremer on 071 367 0752
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Phone Number 071 367 0572
Country South Africa
State/Province Western Cape
distance: 9,507 Kilometers
Address N12 & N2 & N9, South Africa