Looking for something to do on the weekend?
You might find that something special at the Goods Shed, Allanson or the Collie Agricultural markets.
Check out the 'What's On' page to see if one of these markets are on this weekend.
Held on the first Saturday morning on the month at the Wallsend Grounds in the Show Pavilion on Bridge Street, the Agricultural Markets have many stalls displaying a large range of craft, antiques, books, games, preserves, plants, fresh produce.
The kitchen is usually open serving a sausage sizzle, coffee, tea and cool drink.
Proceeds from the markets assist the Collie Agricultural Society.
For stall information or bookings phone: (08) 9734 5543 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new Allanson Markets are on every second Sunday of the month and are held in the Allanson General Store car park and have a great array of local produce, arts and craft stalls.
Stalls include fruit & vegies, natural honey, preserves and jams, home made candles, spoon jewellery, cupcakes and donuts and freshly brewed coffee, just to name a few.
There is also live entertainment and food stalls.
Goods Shed Markets
This market is held in the heritage listed Old Goods Shed on Forrest Street in the Collie CBD, once a fortnight on a Sunday; 8am - 12 noon.
The “shed” was once the bustling heart of the town, where the steam trains of old pulled right in to unload their cargo. One of the features of the building are the massive jarrah beams of a size that are rarely seen today.
Stalls change from fortnight to fortnight, but usually feature candles, homemade wooden toys and clocks, second hand goods, bric a brac, books, cakes, fruit and vegetables, plants and crafts.
Morning tea can be enjoyed in the lovingly restored "Coach Café" timber dining car, decorated with antiques and memorabilia from days gone by.
If you listen carefully you may even hear the conductor calling for tickets.
Stall holders are welcome and can be booked by phoning Lorraine Robinson on (08) 9734 2410.