One of Tasmania's most successful design and make enterprises will look to draw thousands of shoppers to its third and final one-day market event of the year.
Plants, jewellery and ceramics will be among the range of crafted and created goods on sale at the StGiles' Niche market on Saturday.
The market, which will serve as a special Christmas event, will be held at Albert Hall and is set to raise funds for children's disability services at StGiles.
The proceeds are used to purchase life-enhancing equipment for the 6000 children who come through StGiles annually for services, including speech and occupational therapy.
Niche Market manager Victoria Bayes said focusing on "super premium Tasmanian-made products" had served as a hugely sustainable model for the market over its 48 events and 11-year history.
"Who doesn't want to find jewellery or something fine, and made in Tasmania, underneath their Christmas tree?" she said.
Joining the 60 stallholders expected to attend the event will be long-time owners of Longford Berries, Cheryl and Dennis Betts.
The couple's pick-your-own-berry farm sells a variety of different berries, however, Mr Betts said they recently decided to try their hand at gin producing.
"We provide Western Tiers Distillery with our berries, and they infuse it through the gin," he said.
They hoped this weekend's event would provide a good platform to showcase their new product to the public for the first time.
Doors are set to open at 8am and a maximum of 249 people will be allowed on the floor at any time due to COVID-19 regulations. The event will also be cashless.
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