The Australian Made Fair

People standing around
Photograph: Supplied/Australian Made Fair

Time Out says

A new fair comes to the Darling Harbour, showcasing all things Australian-made

With the double whammy of the bushfire season and the impact of lockdown restrictions, small businesses in Australia have been weathering hit after hit. That's why a new event, the Australian Made Fair, is giving locally-focused creators and makers a dedicated venue to be noticed by shoppers who want to support those closest to them. 

Even better, it's perfectly timed for your Christmas shopping. The Australian Made Fair will come to the International Convention Centre on Sydney's waterfront in Darling Harbour across three days, from November 20-22. Designers and producers wil set up booths for visitors to wander through – entry is completely free – and you'll be able to pick your way through a range of stalls spruiking home décor, self-care products, locally made fashion, fitness equipment, and even hardware, stationary and gardening tools – every present you could want, under one (albeit expansive) roof.  

If you're a local maker wanting to get involved, reach out here. If you're just looking to put your money where your mouth is, circle the date on your calendar. 

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