Bush market fun
THE ANNUAL Myrtleford Bush Market was again hotly participated in last Friday.
Tourists and locals from across Australia and the world wandered through the day markets, as music played and the sun shined.
The market is a major drawcard for regional visitors, who again flocked to the town for the first Friday of January.
The markets were particularly busy early as shoppers beat the rush and afternoon sun that tipped temperatures above 40 degrees.
Icy drinks and foods were particularly popular on the day.
SNO W CO NE:Sophie and Lily Daley ofSouth Gippsland were am ong the m any to purchase a Snow Cone atthe scorching M yrtleford Bush M arkets.
HANDY ACCESSO RY:Gina and Ash Sm ith were sure to purchase two ‘CoolTow els’during the scorching day in M yrtleford on Friday.Andrew Colautti(in the background)has travelled from Vanuatu to sellthe tow els atthe pasttwo M yrtleford Bush M arkets.
DIFFERENT:A fam iliarsetting had a differentm arketfeelaboutitin M yrtleford on Friday.
FO REIGN GOODS:Spanish GraterPlates were am ong the m any foreign item s up forsale atthe M yrtleford Bush M arkets.