Recreation and Leisure

Visitor Frequently Asked Questions

What are the dates and times of the markets?

2 November 2018, 6–10pm
7 December 2018, 6-10pm
1 February 2019, 6-10pm
1 March 2019, 6-10pm

How do I contact one of the stall holders?

Please email and describe the stallholder and what they were selling and we will do our best to find their details.

Is there food and alcohol available for purchase?

A variety of our best local food businesses participate in the Moonlight Markets. Beer and wine is also available for purchase.

Can I bring my own alcohol?

Thorndon park is not a dry zone and alcohol is able to be brought into the reserve.

Can I have a picnic at the markets?

Yes, families are able to bring their own supplies to have a picnic at the markets.

Is there a play area for children?

The playground is available for use at the markets - other activities for children will be organised per market. Please see our website, Facebook page or the Messenger for more details in the lead up to each market.

Can I get a map of the stalls?

The stalls change at every market, so at this stage we are unfortunately unable to provide a map. Please see the information stall at each market for information.

Where do I park my car?

Parking is available in the car park adjacent Thorndon Park off Hamilton Terrace, Paradise. Parking is also available on the oval which is located through the car park.

What public transport is available?

Public transport is available from the west side of King William Street, adjacent to Currie Street - Bus number 176. The ride will take approximately 42 minutes. Exit the bus at stop 29 on Gorge Road and take the first left onto Hamilton Terrace, following the road in a North East direction for approximately 3 minutes. The market will be on your left. 

Public Transport to Thorndon Park

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Can I bring my dog?

No, dogs are prohibited at all times in Thorndon Park.

Can I use a BBQ at the park during the markets?

BBQ's are located at the park, however due to the numbers attending the markets it would be very difficult to access the BBQ areas.

If I lose something at the markets, who do I call?

Any lost property is taken to the Council Offices on Monday mornings - any items will be held at Council for a week then taken to Holden Hill Police Station. Please phone Council between 8.45am and 5.15pm Monday to Friday on 8366 9222.

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