Held just four times during the year, the Collectorama Fair Vintage and Antiques is one of the largest collections of antique enthusiasts on the calendar in Queensland. This event has been taking place here since the 1990s, with the same couple organizing it now that started it, and its popularity has grown steadily over the years. It is definitely a market that any collector would want to visit, and casual shoppers will have a blast here too.
The Collectorama Fair Vintage and Antiques takes place on select Saturdays. With only one day to check out the huge selection of antiques, keen shoppers are advised to arrive early and make the most of the day. This fair has a well deserved reputation for showing an eclectic range of collectable items, and stall holders are carefully selected for the quality of their goods. Residents of the local area are sure to attend, and visitors often come from across the country and even further afield. Wherever shoppers hail from, they are guaranteed to find something worth buying here.
With more than 150 vendors setting up at Collectorama Fair Vintage and Antiques, there is a great deal to see and a wonderful variety of goods on display. There are toy collections, type writers, vinyl stalls, comics, vintage books, clothing, trinkets and jewelry, advertising memorabilia, bicycles, military patches and medals, radios, telephones and a whole lot more that will get visitors reminiscing about the old days.
A mixture of indoor and outdoor areas at Collectorama Fair Vintage and Antiques means that shoppers can enjoy browsing come rain or shine. Food stalls are also strategically dotted around the market, so weary visitors are never too far from much needed refreshment. There is plenty of free parking, and with just a small entrance fee for adults this market is great value and the perfect day out.
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