Day in Warra more than just the market
FOR those who are in search of a trip out into the country, wanting the fresh air in a small town, or just need a gift for a friend then the Warra Markets are one place you will want to be come Sunday.
Starting at 8am and running until 12pm, the markets have plenty of stalls to cater for all needs at a local market.
From tea and coffee, to nifty gifts and clothes, the Warra Markets is a Sunday morning the whole family can enjoy.
A long time fan of the Warra Markets, and an occasional stall owner is Anne Wunsch.
Mrs Wunsch, who runs the Warra Post Office says she loves the market because it is an event which brings the whole community together.
“I enjoy the community atmosphere at the market and having a cuppa with the locals,” Mrs Wunsch said.
“The Warra Markets has a lovely community atmosphere which is just lovely.
“It is a country market which offers something different for those who come along.
“You can have a lovely morning tea and browse through the stalls for a few hours.”
It is not just the market which Mrs Wunsch believes draws people from across the region to Warra. She believes the whole day is enjoyable for the family, including the drive to the small community.
“The drive is really enjoyable from Dalby,” she said.
“It is only 30 minutes or so, but for people who do not
I enjoy the community atmosphere at the market and having a cuppa with the locals. — Anne Wunsch
get out of town during the week, it is great to get out and see the crops growing.”
“While it would be nice if we could get some rain, driving out and seeing the rural plains on the way to Warra is nice.”
The markets are held on the second Sunday of every month, and can be found across from the Warra Post Office, on the Warrego Hwy.
FUN TIMES: Jenny Rey and Amii Cranston having a browse at the Warra Markets last year.