MINDFUL MARKET IN MAY
This will be one of the highlights of the 20 events the Pinnacle Wellness team along with a series of other wellbeing experts put on for Mindful May 2018.
This boutique market is free to enter and open to all workers and visitors of Caribbean Park as well as the general public. So feel free to share this with your friends and family and get them to meet you there!
Stalls will include: raw treats, flowers, crafts, organic soaps, massage, information and displays on various services and much more.
NISSAN DATSUN SPORTS OWNERS CLUB
The Nissan Datsun Sports Owners Club put on a great display every winter! The club boasts a great community spirit and it's always great to host them at Caribbean Gardens and Market.
BABES TO KIDS AND MATERNITY MARKET
Our Babes to Kids and Maternity Market is held on the first and third Friday of every month. With free entry and parking, free train rides (9-11am excluding school holidays) and free face painting (10.30am-12.30pm), you can find anything from baby and kids clothing, maternity wear to all types of accessories.
FORD PANEL VAN SHOWCASE
Caribbean Gardens and Market often host fantastic car shows on Sundays. One to watch out for is the new Ford Panel Vans Show on Sunday 27 May 2018. This car show features some of Australia's best Ford Panel Vans. Close to 200 vans expected!
Caribbean Park is very proud to host a number of cycling events throughout the year. Previous events have included: the Victorian Cyclo-Cross. which is also referred to as CX, is a race held over a variety of terrain. The course is usually a short loop that features some paved sections, some grass sections, some dirt sections, and usually some very popular mud sections. Riders are also forced to dismount and remount their bikes at times, through use of barriers, steps or ‘run-ups’ (sections that are impossible to ride). Basically, it’s an obstacle course that you ride around. Races are generally held in the winter, as the emphasis is on racing in terrible conditions. It’s all about the mud, and you can’t have mud without a bit of rain!