The Black Head Bazaar is operated by the Hallidays Point Tidy Towns Committee, with all the funds raised directed into new amenities, equipment, etc., for the local community.
The Bazaar is held on the first Sunday each month in the park beside the sea at Hallidays Point, which is midway between Forster and Taree.
The crew of six wear distinctive caps although one is recognised by a big red hat!
It is open from 8am to 1pm from September to May, as winter by the sea is not always hospitable and the committee spend this time on local works, park regeneration, etc.
There are 130+ stalls offering everything imaginable. If you are looking for gifts, home made, hand made, home grown, collectible, usable or just plain fascinating, you’ll find it at the Bazaar!
Local crafts, especially jewellery, leadlight and woodwork, are very popular and these markets are famous along the coast for the huge variety of quality plants available and for nurserymen who are only too pleased to offer some great helpful advice.
They are now developing the food aspect with gourmet “taste tempters” coming forward to promote their products.