Frequently Asked Questions

Where is WETM?

Hidden in an old reclaimed hangar in the middle of West End (115 Boundary Street); find us behind the ANZ bank on Boundary street nestled next to the Hi-Fi. Wander down our unassuming driveway where WETM spills out onto the street and be surprised by what this little package has to offer.

When is it held?

4th Saturday every month! 

This years Markets are: 

Feb 23, Mar 23, Apr 27, May 25, Jun 22, July 27, Aug 24, Sep 28, Oct 26, Nov 23 and a Xmas Market on December 21. 

WETM will be on Rain Hail or Shine. If something unreal happens and your a tad worried if we are on, check our facbeook and/or website on the day before leaving home. 

What kind of stalls does it have?

• Food – Tacos, vegetarian, Slovaki (Five Sisters)
• Drink – Alcoholic and non-alcoholic
• Fashion – Retro, Vintage, recycled, hand stitched, young designers, screen printed
• Jewellery – Buttons, steel, resin, sewn, old, new
• Home wares - Fair trade, lost and found, handmade, knitted
• Music – Vinyl, CDs, 4ZZZ, free live bands

How can I become a stallholder?

Visit our ‘Stallholder’ page where all the stall sizes and spaces are explained in detail. Any questions contact the market team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Who runs WETM?

Two kids (Sally and Scotty) on their pocket money. If you ever wondered how far a coin could stretch, pop down on Saturday to see the project in action. With 5 live bands, 40 markets stalls and a bar to run, the the markets layout is carefully nurtured and tweaked to help creat the best  and most sustainable atmosphere possible. Our main helper is Scotty's Dad - Ray - affectionately known as 'spanner', who employs his generational nouse to ensure all ideas are sound and can be achieved. If you need a spare extension cord, the gas tweaked on the beer or a roll of masking tape, Ray is your man. To meet, a few more of the team, click here. [PS the team is a bit bigger than this though, for example come along and meet Renee who runs her own stall Little Mother Creations and the Kids part of the Twilight Markets. 

What’s so great about WETM?

“It’s like going to a family barbecue where you actually like the people!” Chat to one of our many easy-going stallholders, rummage for a bargain, enjoy some scrumptious food or just sit and listen to some of the free bands playing. No matter what your penchant you’ll find something to amuse or delight you.

What do the organisers feel WETM is? 

It's a present for our beautiful community; with love. The West End Twilight Markets is more than a market place, it’s a jamboree!

We are creating a space where artisans, designers, collectors, providores, performers, frollickers, foragers, and sticky-beaks can come together and make merry.

Based on the principles of sustainability, engagement, and creativity we are aiming to create a trade revolution that postulates real sustainability, joy, prosperity, and change. The mandate being that recycled, reclaimed, handmade, bespoke, local, organic, fair-trade, and ethical traditions of production are the ways of the future!