Son Of Drum Sunset Series Djembe

Little Drummer Boy

As Christmas draws closer, our minds turn to what unique present can be wrapped and stashed under the branches of our trimmed tree.

The gift of rhythm and melody is one that will never age and nurturing talent of a friend or family member is something that will forever be remembered.

Son of Drum are regular stallholders at Davies Park Market with a range from strings, didge to percussion. “Our goal is to make the joy of music accessible to more people, especially when it comes to drumming! Drumming is sociable and fun, so get involved!”

We jam with brainchild Benji to hear how he has the music in him…

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Liz and Paul from Queensland Organic Yoghurt at Davies Park Market

Yoghurt on the go…

‘Queensland Organic Yoghurt’ has been serving the fabulous customers of Davies Park Markets for more than 11 years!

Under the RED marquee & located next to the ‘CAFE under THE TREE’ Liz & Paul have been loving the business for 2 years & were customers before that!

With a passion for nourishing healthy food their Yoghurt comes from the Sunshine Coast & is an organic, high quality & delicious product.

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Ripe n Raw Organics (Try the range at Davies Park Market)

Rawganics!

Davies Park bustles every Saturday morning with farmers making their way to market whether rain, hail or super shine to bring you the best.

Some of the freshest produce and products are purveyed by ‘Ripe N Raw’. They know that we try to pack the most into our day and it can be tricky to maintain a work/life balance…let alone one that is also healthy. By bringing certified organic fruit, vegetables & groceries direct from the farms and small producers to the West End, they give everyone the opportunity to live a rich, delicious and wholesome lifestyle.

Find their large stall located near the South’s Leagues Club Entrance with green table cloths and a wide range of organic produce, organic juices and other alternatives such as gluten free products.
Read on to find out more about their range!.

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Imogen Bailey for The Hot Potato at Davies Park Market

Political Hot Potato

In an extremely ambitious people’s campaign for the lead up to the federal election, actor and activist Imogen Bailey is fronting The Hot Potato (a project by the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre) designed to take the heat out of the conversation and debunk many myths about the issue…all in a customised food van.

Dispelling myths with facts (not fears) Imogen and a raft of high profile Australians (Malcolm Fraser, Gotye, Mark Seymour, John Jarratt and Julian Burnside) are determined to give Australians the information they need to make up their own minds.

This  Saturday August 24, the Hot Potato van will be rolling into Davies Park Market. Come and add your voice in the pop up Dining Room where you are welcome to engage in conversations over a Hot potato with Imogen and ASRC Director Jana Favero.

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Rally for the Reef at Davies Park Market

Rally for the Reef

Our Great Barrier Reef is under threat from mega ports, dredging and dumping.

If you don’t want it to become an industrial zone and shipping superhighway, you can call on all sides of politics to unite to save it. With the Federal election looming-the time is now.

Voluntary Great Barrier Reef campaigners from  GetUp will be at Davies Park Market on Saturday August 10 to urge concerned citizens to join a rally for the cause.

Rally for the Reef will take place on Sunday August 25 to let politicians with the power know thousands of people are prepared to stand up for the spectacular marine environment.

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Australia Bans GMO at Davies Park Market

Australia Bans GMO

With so many wanting to know more about the food they eat and where it comes from , it should come as no surprise that a movement has begun against the practise of big business using science experiments on produce and passing it as standard.

This Saturday July 13, ‘Australia Bans GMO’ will hold a passive fact giving stall at Davies Park Market “We are a group of parents wishing to raise awareness about the scientific studies of Genetically Modified Foods.”

Their mission is clear “With our own two hands we can do this. Banning Food Stuffs, Imported Ingredients, Seeds, Fertilizers IS possible and IS do-able.”

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