Gallery: All Fayre in the City

David CharlesworthSouth Western Times
Tracy Weir, of Bunbury, and Sue Brown, of Perth.
Camera IconTracy Weir, of Bunbury, and Sue Brown, of Perth.

Part of Bunbury’s CBD was closed and dedicated to artisans and artists for the Victoria Street Artisans Fayre on Saturday 1 December.

Markets stalls featuring hand-crafted artwork, jewellery, clothing and food, stretched up the street from 3pm to 6pm, with buskers and entertainers adding to the atmosphere.

Many patrons also visited the Food Truck Fiesta, just walking distance away in Bicentennial Square.

Pictures from the event:

Georgie Oliver and Tristan Maxwell, of Collie.
Camera IconGeorgie Oliver and Tristan Maxwell, of Collie.
Paul Fairbanks and Jackie Curran, of Australind.
Camera IconPaul Fairbanks and Jackie Curran, of Australind.
Jane and Ben Baker, of Perth, with their daughter Clementine 1.
Camera IconJane and Ben Baker, of Perth, with their daughter Clementine 1.
Elavina Williams performing on Victoria Street.
Camera IconElavina Williams performing on Victoria Street.
Jason and Julie Brittain, of Gelorup.
Camera IconJason and Julie Brittain, of Gelorup.
Tim and Karen Routley, of Wellard.
Camera IconTim and Karen Routley, of Wellard.
Bredna Ellen and Martin Gunda, of Bunbury.
Camera IconBredna Ellen and Martin Gunda, of Bunbury.
Elaine and Mike Shaw, of Eaton.
Camera IconElaine and Mike Shaw, of Eaton.
Lucy Hopkins and Garth Baker, of Bunbury.
Camera IconLucy Hopkins and Garth Baker, of Bunbury.
Lucy Hopkins and Garth Baker, of Bunbury.
Camera IconLucy Hopkins and Garth Baker, of Bunbury.

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