Media Release

Excitement is building for the launch of Baringa Twilight Markets at Aura

07 October 2019

Residents of Aura are excited for the launch of the Baringa Twilight Markets to be held at the

newly opened Stockland Baringa Town Centre on Friday 11 October from 4pm.

A collaboration between Stockland and Caloundra Chamber of Commerce, the Baringa Twilight

Markets will feature more than 20 unique food vendors, a number of artisan stalls, children’s

entertainment, live musicians and a bar stocking local craft beers and wine.

Josh Sondergeld, Stockland Project Director – Aura, said: “We are extremely proud that the

Caloundra Chamber of Commerce has chosen to run the Twilight Markets at the Stockland

Baringa Town Square, which has been specifically designed for this purpose.

“ With so many families already calling Baringa home, we are already seeing the Baringa Town

Square establish itself as the heart of where neighbourhood families come together to make

lifelong memories.”

Running on the second Friday of every month, this family orientated market is set to become a

vibrant spot for local residents to kick off the weekend. Space has also been allocated within the

market for local residents and businesses interested in promoting and selling their products.

In celebration of the commencement of the Baringa Twilight Markets, Stockland will be hosting a

‘Movies in the Park’ event, screening the family friendly movie Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

starting at 6.30pm. Residents are invited to stock up on treats from the markets and bring along

a beanbag, rug or deck chair for the free screening under the stars.

Caloundra Chamber of Commerce President, Michael Shadforth, said: “The Baringa Twilight

Markets will soon become a family favourite for the huge amount of young families in the area

looking for affordable, local entertainment where they can socialise and enjoy themselves without

leaving the neighbourhood.”

In keeping with Aura’s approach to sustainability, event organisers have incorporated a ban on

plastic straws, will be utilising biodegradable cups and are asking locals to choose to walk, ride

or skate.

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