Resinance Creations

Dianne Garden began her stall as an outlet for her love of art and the need to be creative. She ran out of room at home so decided to start selling her pieces.
Di creates resin art in the form of
– cheeseboards
– platters
– homewares
– jewellery
– coasters.

Each piece is a unique, one-of-a-kind design. Diane loves exploring with colour, paints, powders, pigments and inks. She believes bringing colour into our lives gives happiness and contentment.

Resinance Creations is art for everyone!

Wax Factor Soy Melts & Candles

Elaine & Rex have always had a love of smelly things. They started making their own melts & candles when to use in their home to save money. This grew to selling to family and friends and resulted in the market stall.

Wax Factor sells fragrant products that are long lasting and high quality.
Hand poured soy wax melts & candles that are made locally in Coffs Harbour
A large selection of electric & tealight warmers
Plus reed & car diffusers, kids bath bombs, oils.
You can also “create a candle” at their stall.

Find them at their stall
or online:
Call: 0431325273

The Longest Row

Fresh cut flowers all grown on Aaron & Emma’s farm located in Coopernook on the NSW Mid North Coast. 4th generation flower farmers they know their craft! Specialising in extra large bunches.

Tips to keep your cut flowers fresher for longer:
1. Change the water & retrim the the stems.
2. Remove leaves below the waterline.
3. Always trim flower stems before placing in the water.

Follow them:

Phone Orders:
Emma 0438 323725
Aaron 0439 630019



Rage On Woodwork

Welcome to Rage On! We specialise in fine tables and timber articles made with locally sourced Australian timber. Check out our market stall at the Jetty.

John began his market stall in 2016 to fund his woodworking obsession and is still going strong. Johns router is his best friend and his motto for life is “He who dies with the most tools wins!”

Rage On Woodwork will create bespoke items as well as selling their specialty items such as:
– Anti Pasto Boards
– Lazy Susans
– Jewellery Boxes
– Cutting Boards
– Hat & Coat Racks
– Coasters
– Custom Pet Bowls

Call John on 0404282553 for a chat!

Anselmo Close, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales


Lazy Daze Cushion Covers

LAZY DAZE Cushion Cover Co. for the love of all things bright and beautiful in and around your home for outdoor cushion covers. Linda started the business as she could just not find exciting, bright and colourful outdoor cushion covers that stood out from the normal selection, so she decided to start making them herself!

Linda says “I needed to bring some beautiful, amazing, fun colours and awesome designs into my day.”

Lazy Daze outdoor cushion covers are fantastic for all occasions around the pool, on your deck chair or patio or even bring them inside for pops of colour on your lounge.

All cushions are made from quality designer fabrics and materials which boast up to 500 hours of direct sun resistance, are both soil and stain resistant and water and oil repellent. Linda uses designer brand fabrics e.g. Tony Bahama, Swavelle/ Mill Creek, Waverly and Richloom Fabrics.

Australian Contemporary Dot Art

“Hongy the Artist”

Greg “Hongy” Lee Hong is gifted with multiple bloodlines. Hongy is of Aboriginal/Chinese descent. He was born in Yungaburra (Atherton Tablelands) Queensland in 1951 and raised from the age of six in Cairns.

Due to the inequalities of the day and raised in a Western society “Hongy” has only limited information in regards to his family ancestry. Though it is known that his maternal Grandmother was of Indigenous descent and his Grandfather was of Indian heritage.

Hongy’s maternal Great grandmother is believed to be a descendant of the Rainforest people of Yungaburra. Rainforest Aboriginal people’s environment provided everything – spirituality, identity, social order, shelter, food and medicine. Aboriginal people also had an excellent economic system in place that involved the bartering of resources amongst different tribal groups in the area. In the early 1880’s about sixteen different indigenous groups inhabited the area of Yungaburra (formely known as Allumbah Pocket) The custodians of the area were the Yidinji people and the neighbouring Ngadjoni people. Members of the Yidinji tribe traditionally speak the Yidiny language.

In 1910 the railway arrived and the town was renamed Yungaburra. By 1911 indigenous numbers had fallen to 20% of the pre-settlement population due to disease, conflict with settlers and loss of habitat. The Indigenous cultures of Australia are the oldest livng cultures in the world with evidence of an Aboriginal presence in Australia for at least 60,000 years ago. Family photos, historical evidence, relatives recollections and Indigenous Authentication papers (ASIC) support Hongy’s Aboriginal origins.

Hongy’s paternal Great grandfather migrated to Australia from Canton (now known as Guangzhou) in the late 1800’s (1897) and settled in Cooktown where he married an English woman. The family in the early 1900’s then relocated to Atherton Queensland. Historical evidence can be found in the Cooktown Historical Society and the only surviving Chinese Temple in Queensland located in the township of Atherton.

In Hongy’s formative years the family relocated from Yungaburra to Cairns. Hongy’s father was the sole owner and operator of a successful earth moving business for many years until his retirement to the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Hongy was educated at Trinity Bay High School along with his two brothers. He completed Year 12 and went on to complete a Printing Apprenticship whereby he established his own Printing business’. Hongy worked in the printing trade for approximately 25 years primarily in Cairns before he relocated to the Sunshine Coast (Caloundra) Queensland.

Hongy then took another career direction and worked in the mining industry for approximately 22 years. He initially worked as an underground miner until he worked his way up and undertook further study and training to become an Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator for several underground mining companies.

Since retiring from the mining industry in 2014 and with his children all grown up Hongy and his partner decided to become “grey nomads” and travel this vast land of ours in their trusty caravan. It was this journey and an indigenous encounter in Katherine, Northern Territory that revealed Hongy’s love and passion for the countryside, marine life and the search to connect with his aboriginal/chinese spirituality and heritage. Thus he discovered the art of painting on canvas and is entirely self taught. Hongy’s genre is Contemporary and his style of painting incorporates his love of bright colours and indigenous dot art in Acrylics.

Hongy is very proud of his artistic creations and has set his artworks at very reasonable prices so everyone can afford to own and enjoy a piece of original art. We hope you enjoy them as much as he enjoys painting them!

Kind regards Hongy & Dee


Australian Contemporary Dot Art
Mob: 0475 565 546
ABN: 21 609 510 377

Bev Butler Glass

Bev Butler loves creating handmade glass beads which she then uses to thread on necklaces and dangle as earrings.
Bev is a wiz with a blow torch her other products include:
Lamp worked beads, hollow blown beads, bead bracelets and marble style fobs. She also sells glasses cords.

Find something unique that speaks to you at her stall this Sunday.

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Hot Glass Jewellery

Unique hand crafted glass bead and recycled antique silver plated spoon & fork jewellery by Lindsey & Brenton Graetz.

I have been creating glass beads (Lampwork) since 2005 and simply love the craft and creating such wonderful “little pieces of wearable art”. My style is in the strength of colour found in glass and I enjoy the challenges that working with molten glass presents. With my husband Brenton, we combine my glass beads with recycled Antique ‘Silver Plated spoons and forks’ which he has ‘reformed’ into bracelets, pendants & earrings to create truly unique jewellery.
I taught myself the skills of Lampwork Beads and still use basic equipment and tools relying on my artistic skills and a great imagination.
Check our Facebook page, we’d love to hear from you and please visit our web site and go to the ‘Jewellery Photo Gallery’ to see our creations.

Hand crafted glass bead and recycled antique silver plated spoon & fork jewellery.
Includes unique Bracelets, Earrings, Pendants, Spoon Bowl Pendants and spoon bowl sculptures.



Mandala Money Pots

Welcome to MandalaMoneyPots. A symbol of hope and prosperity. The perfect all in one gift, this decorative money saver will help your dreams come true!

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Seashore Décor

Seashore Decor brings the natural colours, shapes and textures of the beach into your home through unique, handmade, beachstyle artworks and landscapes. Create a relaxed beachside vibe in your home year round.

Seashore Decor was established in 2009 following Elayne’s dream of creating artwork for others to enjoy. From small beginnings the product range has grown to become a full time occupation of creativity and Elayne couldnt be happier!

Elayne’s product range includes her own beachscape photography, driftwood, shell and rope hangings, table decor, shellscape artworks and candle holders. Her signature “beachstone range” of coasters, table runners, placemats and door mats uses natural beachstones hand collected from local beaches. Elayne loves working with her customers to create individual custom pieces too. Elayne holds a current Dept. of Primary Industries permit for her beach combing activities.

Thankful she is able to satisfy her creative soul and provide happiness through her passion, Elayne has enjoyed every aspect of Seashore Decor’s journey and will continue to for years to come.