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The Strathalbyn Antique Fair is held on the third weekend in August every year. In 2017 it was held on the weekend of August 19 & 20.

The Fair has been a tradition for 28 years and is where you will find unique and one of a kind items, and countless other treasures.

You can find all sorts of wonderful antiques and collectables from all time periods – featuring genuine antiques and collectables, jewellery, glass, silver, ceramics, weaponry, vintage fashion, toys, teddies and dolls, and furniture. It’s impossible to describe everything that you’ll see at the fair. It’s a truly wonderful experience for everyone!

Antique item appraisals returned in 2017.

The experts from Small & Whitfield were at the Fair to give attendees guidance on what their special item could be worth at current auctions.

Strathalbyn Town Hall

If you are a treasure hunter, decorator, collector or just like to find pieces from your past, the Strathalbyn Antique Fair is for you! There are undercover venues, including the popular Town Hall in the High Street. Entry to the halls is by wristband purchased at any of the venues.

A free hobby and crafts display hall is also part of the Fair, and located just off High Street in the St Andrews Church Hall (Russell Street opposite the Church).

Giant Treasure Market 

Held on the Sunday, the Giant Treasure Market is a key part of the Strathalbyn Antique Fair.

80 to 100 stall holders fill the Strathalbyn Show Ground (Ashbourne Rd) with rare and valuable treasures. With one kilometre of stalls, plus more in the Show Hall, this is a huge treasure market, and the reasonable entry price of just $2 (kids free) makes the treasure market great value for money. The level venue also makes it a pleasure to walk around.


This annual event is an initiative of the Strathalbyn & Lakes Tourist Association (SLTA). In 2015, the Fair celebrated 25 years of operation, with a crowd of 6,000 people attending.

For more information please call 0427 674 620, visit www.slta.asn.au or follow the Strathalbyn Antiques Fair’s Facebook page.