Moonah Bazaar

Moonah Bazaar stallholder, Nagham Al-knani, preparing Daheenah, a dish from Iraq. Photo: Gordon Harrison-Williams.

Moonah Bazaar is a vibrant market that celebrates cultural diversity and connects stallholders from a wide range of migrant and refugee backgrounds to each other and the broader community. These micro-businesses span arts and crafts, food and music. It also provides mentorship for stallholders to navigate the challenges of running a small business.

Based on the concept of the Ethic of Thriving, this project seeks to honour the individual aspirations, skills and talents of each person involved. It recognises that building a life in a new country is more than just survival and self-sufficiency; it is about healing, relationships, safety, growth, joy, and renewal.

Find us at the Moonah Arts Centre where we share illustrious stories, gleaming laughter and inviting cultures.

The event details for each market can be found on our Facebook page, Instagram page and our community page.

To express interest in showcasing your business at the market, please complete our stallholder expression of interest form.

Stallholder expression of interest

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Supported by

  • Tasmanian Community Fund logo

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