Right now History Week is coming up at Beach Farm and that can only mean one thing: it’s time once more for the annual French Country Market. The French Country Market is a premier event in NSW, making it perfect for a visit. So if you’re lucky enough to be at Beach Farm on September 8, Saturday then here’s what you can expect from the French Country Market.
The French Experience
There’s no need to travel to Paris to enjoy some genuine French culture. Here at the annual gathering at Beach Farm, you will be able to enjoy a day-long French experience and immerse yourself in the beauty that is the French culture. As if life and vacation in the Central Coast couldn’t get any better, you get to enjoy France in this vacation capital of Australia as well.
Aside from the French experience, you’ll also be able to purchase locally grown and harvested produce. It’s as fresh as can be and you will be able to buy flowers, spiced mushrooms, boutique wines and French cheese. You can also partake of freshly baked breads and scrumptious pastries. These will be baked throughout the day so you can have your fill of these tasty treats.
You’ll also be able to purchase some great products at the French Country Market. Whether you like fashion (you’ll be able to meet up and coming fashion designers) or French style furnishings and collectibles, you’ll be able to find something here that will catch your eye. Take something of France home with you when you visit the French Country Market.
While browsing the great products you will also be able to enjoy some relaxing French music to complement the mood. There’s also a French Mime who will clown around and entertain the children (and the adults as well). The music and the mime complement the event very well, giving it a very French feel indeed. It will be just as if you were roaming the streets of Paris.
Relaxing Garden Setting
The Beach Farm is one of the few early farm houses that still stand in Central Coast. What better location to host the French Country Market than Beach Farm with its beautiful garden and adjoining park. Guests can enjoy a good cup of tea or coffee (which you can enjoy along with the bread and pastries) in the garden. Families or groups can also bring their own rugs and enjoy the relaxing ambiance of the park. There’s a $2-coin entry fee, which will then be donated to the local Children’s Medical Research.
So make sure that you are in Central Coast on the 8th of September. You wouldn’t want to miss this great French experience after all.