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This weekend the Bowerbird Design Market will take place at the Adelaide Showgrounds with 170+ designer, artist and marker store-holders.   

Bowerbirds are renowned for their unique behaviour and attraction to bright objects, which they use to decorate their nest in order to attract a mate. This weekend you too can be the collector of beautiful treasures with the Bowerbird Market, which will be offering everything from accessories, artwork, clothing, textiles, furniture, lighting, homewares, kids and more.

Little ones can also join the flock this weekend, as there will be 14 stallholders dedicated to children’s goods. Think handmade felt toys from Chook Shed Designs, leather footwear from Lapito, dining sets from What the Wolf, timber homewares from Bo & Co and more. The options will be endless for both you and the kids.

Other makers include Eco Crayons, Fleeci, Indi & Frey, Joey Jellybean, Maiike, Little Parks, Monster Kids, One Harper Lane, Red Parker and Rainebeau Co.

Just incase you have a little Bowerbird of your own, who likes to snatch and collect things along your shopping journey, there will be plenty of activities on offer to entertain the kids as-well. Palm them off to dad for a gingerbread decorating class, whilst you look around and enjoy the buzzy atmosphere full of design-savvy interactions from buyers to makers.

These activities will be located in the kids’ zone, that will be set up for the creation of Mothers Day cards, and a darkly coloured wall that invites decorating with masking tape and chalk.

Drop in for free Autumn leaf crown making on Saturday afternoon or one of the daily gingerbread decorating sessions that will be sure to attract a crowd of eager young creatives for just $5.

Booking details for the workshops

Bowerbird Design Market
Friday 4 May, 4pm- 9pm
Saturday 5-Sunday 6 May, 10am- 5pm
Wayville Pavilion, Adelaide Showgrounds

Entry is $5 per person at the gate | Children FREE (12 and Under)

Cash, EFTPOS and ATM facilities inside the venue.
Parking via the Adelaide Showground, or catch the tram, stopping at Goodwood