Fossick for those special purchases beyond the mainstream, all in the relaxing and beautiful surroundings of this long-hidden 1800s heritage gem.
Vinyl vultures can flick through thousands of titles covering a host of genres from Sydney’s most sought-after traders. Keen collectors will find a treasure trove of quality fashion, homewares, collectibles, jewellery, accessories, footwear, books, art and more. Whether it’s a vintage, retro, rock ‘n’ roll, western, punk, steampunk, or unique look you are after, or you are fitting out your mid-century or heritage home, or decorating your lair, there are plenty of rare wares to be found here to perfect your nest.
Take time out at our food and coffee stalls, and the site offers two playgrounds and picnic spaces for families.
Woodstock was built as a home in 1871 by Edwin Thomas Penfold and changed hands numerous times before being acquired by Burwood Council. Based at 22 Church Street, this stunning site consists of the renovated, heritage-listed Woodstock Community Centre, spacious Woodstock Park, and the newer addition of Fitzroy Hall.
Conveniently located close to Burwood’s bustling town centre, the venue is approximately
10 minutes’ walk from Burwood Train Station.
|Woodstock Record, Retro and Rare Wares Fair is on Sunday March 21, 2021 from 10.00am to 3.30pm|