SCARBOROUGH SUNSET MARKETS SET TO RETURN THIS NOVEMBER AFTER A SCORCHING FIRST SUMMER!
The Scarborough Beach Association (SBA) and KINN & Co are delighted to announce the return of the ever popular Scarborough Sunset Markets, commencing 1 November and running every Thursday night until 25 April, 2019.*
Kicking off Thursday November 1 and now spanning from the purpose built Scarborough Square down to the crisp white sands of the Amphitheatre , each week the beachfront will once again ignite into a celebration of all that makes this location truly special - mesmerising sunsets, crystal blue ocean, crisp white sands, a foodies’ oasis, thirst quenching bevies, live music, creative artists and curated pop up stores- while encouraging locals, families and visitors to continue rediscovering Scarborough.
The Scarborough Sunset Markets are a primary initiative of the SBA Action Plan - which aims to work with local residents, businesses, Government and community groups to develop vibrant and creative activation's that encourage an exciting beach lifestyle.
Last year’s inaugural season saw thousands of locals and visitors descend on Scarborough each week to spend summer nights on Scarborough Beach with their toes in the sand as they wander through a global market of culinary delights and sensory surprises.
This year promises to be filled with even more mouthwatering food, stunning retail, chilled tunes, arts and engaging entertainment, as the event takes full advantage of the exciting new spaces.
There is nowhere else you will rather be on a Thursday nights in Perth as the Scarborough Sunset Markets have become WA’s most iconic beach side event for tourist and locals alike.
Visitors are encouraged to use #scarboroughsunsetmarkets to share their unique market moments and allow the SBA to share Scarborough with the world.
The Scarborough Sunset Markets acknowledges the traditional owners - the Noongar People - the custodians of the land on which we work. We pay respect to their elders both past and present.
*Subject to final Council approval.