Day in Warra more than just the mar­ket

Dalby Herald - - LIFE -

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.

PHOTO: FILE

FUN TIMES: Jenny Rey and Amii Cranston hav­ing a browse at the Warra Mar­kets last year.

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