Sunrise Rotary would like to thank all our Stallholders, the public and the Swan Hill Ukulele Group for supporting our last Produce & Design Market held on Sunday 3rd November. 

Since 2011 the Swan Hill Sunrise Rotary Club have been holding a produce and designer market every March and November. All funds raised from the two markets a year we hold, go back into the Swan Hill community to support Youth and Mental Health projects.  The last market’s proceeds will be donated towards bringing the Science and Engineering Challenge (SEC) to Swan Hill on February 27th 2020. This is a nationwide outreach program presented by the University of Newcastle in partnerships with communities, Rotary Clubs and sponsors. Student’s get to experience aspects of science and engineering which they would not normally see in their school environment and we’re pleased to be a part of making this possible for our local Youth.

Last Market: Sunday 3rd November

Sunrise Rotary BBQ


Egg and bacon roll, Sausage in bread
Hamburgers and ( with the lot)
Steak sandwiches  (with the lot)

The Bean Hopper Coffee Van


Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Iced Coffee/Chocolate. Riley makes a great coffee so treat yourself.

Flanagans Ice Cream


Delicious Ice Creams 

Bec's Jumping Castle


A fixture at the Produce and Design Market, kids always love a jumping castle

Fruitlizcious Fruit Leathers


All natural fruit leathers. No preservatives, no added sugars, no artificial colour or flavours. Healthy, delicious and easy to store for lunchbox snacks. 

Barry and Elva's Australian Native Plants


Locally Grown in Swan Hill Australian Native Plants and cut flowers.

Fruit and Vegetables


New season stone fruit and organic vegetables will be on sale at the Sunrise Rotary Stall. Funds raised from sales will go towards bringing "The Science and Engineering Challenge " to Swan Hill on February 27th 2020



The Swan Hill Ukulele Group will once again be playing at our market on the grassed area, so grab something to eat or drink and sit on the grass or chairs and listen to some amazing tunes.

Flamingo Paperie


Quality greeting cards and other stationery items including some Xmas goods. We may may also have some pre loved handbags.

Pink or Blue Gifts


Fabric items - food covers, board gift sets, microwave bowl holders, nail file holders, tea bag wallets, tote bags, quilts, pot holders, coffee cosys, casserole covers, guest towels, shoe bags, scrunchies,

Buttons By Brooke


Fabric covered buttons made into but not limited to hair ties, snap clips, headbands, paperclip bookmarks, fridge magnets, ID badge reels, jewellery

Mini Kiski's Baby Clothes


Here you will find cute tee's, clothing and accessories handmade for your little ones.
Also a range of gorgeous soft 100% leather Shoes.

Jen's Cre8tif Design


Artisan Soap - specialising in Emu Oil, Goats Milk, Dog Wash and Body Soaps.  All natural products made locally in Swan Hill. Designer cards and crocheted cotton products also. 

Lake Boga Craft Corner


Joan lovingly creates some amazing things from Baby Blankets, headbands, beanies, Baby Booties, Georgeous Baby Jumpers/Cardigans, Baby Bibs and a lot more. Pick up a unique, one of a kind gift for that special person in your life..

CZed Custom Designs


Come and see James at at the market for great personalised Christmas gift ideas. Tees, mugs, thongs, Christmas decorations, temporary tattoos, unicorn merchandise and more.

Steains Wholesale Nursery


Come and see Julie and Ralph for all your Indoor Plants. If they haven’t got what you’re looking for place an order.

Lowes Plants


Marg has a large assortment of outdoor plants from cactus to pig face to everything unusual and beautiful. 

Stud Sisters


Juanita lovingly makes beautiful, stunning earrings for all ages and tastes 

Time Out


Annette Campbell has been loving making tea towels, face washers, hand towels and much more.  Perfect for that Chris Kringle present.

We Believe in Unicorns


The We Believe in Unicorns Not-for-Profit charity group raises funds to support struggling Swan Hill families who have children with illnesses. They will be spreading the word about their charity and also selling their branded merchandise to raise funds.