Next Gansbaai Country Market
The next Gansbaai Country Market will be on Saturday, 03/03/2018 from 09:00 - 13:00 in the hall at the Tourism...
From : May 05 2018 09:00
To : May 05 2018 13:00
The Gansbaai Country Market was established for local people to sell their crafts and foods as well as providing an outlet for seasonal produce. Come and meet the artists, creators, inventors and craftspeople behind the selection of premium quality goods on display.
There is a once off joining fee of R50 (which gets used for our advertising) and R75 per stall per market.
Over the years, the Gansbaai Country Market has become a monthly meeting place for people from all walks of life with ample parking available at the Gansbaai Tourism venue, the perfect destination for a day out with the family.
Whether you are looking for a really different hand-made gift, something uniquely beautiful for the home or the freshest gourmet foods and produce, you're bound to find it at our market. Moreover, when you need a break from shopping, there are plenty of home- made take away food options to try and ideal seating areas to rest and enjoy live music with a cup of gourmet coffee shared with a friend that is happiness tasted and time well spent.
Make the most of your Gansbaai visit by adding a stop off at the market for an amazing shopping and dining experience. It has been the careful selection of stallholders involved only with high quality crafts, wares and produce that has given the Gansbaai Country Market the reputation they richly deserve.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PROGRAM
We actively engage with and are part of the communities where we are located. Helping to address the needs and concerns of these communities enhances our licence to operate, entrenches our reputation and is in line with our goal of being a responsible corporate citizen.
We support Gansbaai Academia Pancake Fundraising initiative. Gansbaai Academia is a no fees, multi-cultural school situated in Gansbaai. The school officially opened its doors on 22 February 2010 on the insistence of the local community who reasoned that the other high schools in the area were too remote. It serves all communities and most of the school’s current complement of 725 learners originate from the three main population groups (black, coloured and white) in Gansbaai and Stanford and their surrounding areas.