To-day I went to the Buninyong Markets. Buninyong is a charming Victorian country village and now an outer suburb of Ballarat. Once a month, on the third Saturday, it becomes Market Central. THE market, so to speak, is organised by Rotary and you can find details here.
To my visitor's eye, I saw the market as a whole comprised of three sections. Inside the Town Hall, seemed to be the Makers' Market: food, soaps, crafts, and so on. Outside, the service lane coming parking area was taken over by things that grow. This, to me, was the Farmers' Market. This two/thirds was part of the Rotary bailiwick.
Next door at the Buninyong Uniting Church there was the third section: a Car Boot Sale. I think some of the stuff there would not have fitted anywhere near a car boot. There were crowds of stalls on the extensive front lawns of the church. All manner of materials and things and books and things. Up next to the church itself is the church hall from where Uniting Church women served tea and biscuits alongside a table selling various goods and the whole in the midst of boxes and boxes of all manner of books.
I think it is a marvellous undertaking that Buninyong has embarked upon. It brings people, goods and money to the village in a rather joyous jumble to make a marvellous whole.
To take a peek at the experience of going to market in Buninyong,