The Market is held on the first Sunday of every month at Bangerang Park, Corowa from 8.00 am to 1:00 pm.
Covid-19 Safety Plan is place. Please follow all steps in place to keep everybody safe and stay home if you are unwell.
Corowa Rotary Federation Market
PO Box 153
Corowa, NSW 2646
Phone: 0490 126 311 (Phone call rather than text preferred)
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Federation Festival weekend)
|6th March||3rd April||
(TBC - Easter Sunday)
|1st May||5th June||3rd July|
|7th August||4th September||2nd October|
|6th November||4th December|
2021-12-05 Rotary Federation Markets
Join us at the market on Sunday morning 5th December @ Bangarang Park, Corowa. There will be plenty of stalls including plants and sour dough goodies - get some Christmas Shopping done!! The Apex train will be running for the kids and there will be coffee and food for Mum and Dad!!
***All attendees must be fully vaccinated as per current regulations***
2021-10-03 Federation Market - Family Fun Day and Free Sausage Sizzle
Despite the thick fog, there were many stalls set up on the carpark of the Federation Council, the Apex train was running and there were lots of children to be seen on the train, on the climbing equipment and walking through the markets with family members. The sausages - kindly donated by Woolworths - were cooked at the Rotary BBQ, and proved very popular. Altogether, everyone enjoyed a good morning - and it was great to be at the markets again!!!
2021-06-06 Corowa Federation Market was a bit of a dreary day - lots of cold, rain and just a few patches of sunshine! Because of the Victorian COVID lockdown, our customers were few and far between. Although not a huge financial success, it was still a great day of fellowship for those who braved the elements to attend. Although they were not able to have the train running, it was great to see our friends of the Apex Club make use of the time to renovate the train station!
2021-03-07 - Federation Market Images
The weekend hosted some of our very best autumn weather - glorious!! As a result the market was very busy with lots of visitors who had come to the area for the Victorian long weekend, the Tastes of Rutherglen AND our market. Here are some of the images taken on the day.