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Picton Creative Traders Markets

52 Menangle St, Picton, New South Wales 2571, Australia
+61 449 851 676
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Great little market

I am a stallholder during summer months at this market and the cake served for morning tea has to... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2016
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3 Apr 2016
“Great little market”
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52 Menangle St, Picton, New South Wales 2571, Australia
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Reviewed 3 April 2016

I am a stallholder during summer months at this market and the cake served for morning tea has to be one of the best I have ever had. In the hall there is an area for traditional tea and cake served in pretty teapots and...More

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Kim Y
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Picton Markets is open 9am - 2pm on the First Sunday of the calendar month - except in January when there is no market.
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