Shoppers will get to see products from 120 exhibitors at this weekend's Lazy River pop-up markets.
The markets will run from 9am until 2pm on Sunday.
Lazy River Estate owner Pam Scott said last year there were about 3500 people who attended.
"People enjoy going to the markets because it's a day out, it's a destination rather than a shopping centre. Most of the people who come out stay for a couple of hours and enjoy the atmosphere," she said.
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The majority of the stallholders are from regional areas and this year features more handmade products.
Ms Scott said Lazy River was also hosting a Christmas luncheon in the cafe but tickets have to be pre-purchased through 123tix.
The pop-up markets started in 2006 inside the cellar door as a ladies market day. They spread to outside the cellar door and now the paddock is utilised to fit everyone in.
This year the markets will support the Pink Ladies and Volunteer Rescue Association.