Every Saturday 9am - 2pm

Yellowwood Forest has become famous for its markets. This tranquil setting comes to life with the happy laughter of children playing while shoppers browse the interesting variety of stalls.

If you’re camping or staying here please DO join in the spirit of things. DO stay to enjoy the unusual circumstance of having a diverse assortment of stalls pop up near your site. Please DO NOT book to coincide with market dates if you’re intolerant of a festival atmosphere and happy holiday crowds for those few hours or come, but DO sneak off and return later, having missed it all. Come light and Shop local - it’s very very lekker!

Craft Markets

Craft Markets are held on the 1st Saturday of every month and more frequently during the holidays.

The four December Holiday craft markets are particularly busy and dates for these are always the same; 16th, 23rd and 28th December and the 2nd of January. Crowds and trading are focused in the area around the campsite entrance to reception, the tea garden and play area. (Not in amongst the campsites) Traders gain access to set up stalls early then leave again to park off site).

So enjoy a morning beneath the trees. The fully licensed tea garden, gift shop and bar are always open for delicious meals, home bakes, preserves, gifts, antiques and books. Wi-Fi is also available and our wood-fired pizzas and delicious food are not to be missed. It’s a family affair.

2018 Market Dates:





22nd - 24th








Stall Holder Enquiries:
Please fill out the enquiry form on our Contact Us page, if you would like to book a stall.

Forest Fare

Every Saturday from 9am - 2pm

Join us every Saturday morning, rain or shine, for the Forest Fare @ Yellowwood Forest. There is no charge for trading and bartering is encouraged.

The selection on offer varies but one can expect freshly baked bread, just picked vegetables and salad greens, pickles, preserves, pasta and smoked meats. Also your favorite home baked eats and treats as well as quality second hand books and goodies.

The Forest Fare is about making a commitment to living as locally as possible and reducing the gigantic carbon footprint associated with trucking stuff in. Support our industrious locals; it's a way to satisfy your conscience as much as your taste buds. Please join in. Local is very VERY lekker!

Come to trade, swop or shop. Homemade home grown rules apply. Bring along something you've made to eat or grown from your garden or clear out your cupboards; your junk could be someone else's treasure! Bring a little or bring a lot.

When you're done shopping, you can enjoy a meal in our fully licensed tea garden where we serve delicious wood-fired pizzas, decadent treats, coffee, breakfasts, steaks, sea food and other yummy, homemade meals and our famous apple crumble.

Your children will love adventure playground. The tree house with its slides, trampoline, swings, suspension bridge, sand pit and toys, that will keep them entertained for hours.

Footprints Festival

The 2018, 5th Annual Morgan Bay Footprints Festival will be held from the 22nd to the 24th of June.

The Festival’s mission is a simple one: to showcase, preserve and celebrate all that constitutes Morgan Bay and the wonderful lifestyle one is privileged to experience here, due to its rich ecology, culture and heritage. The collective efforts of dedicated Morgan Bay locals have laid the foundations for this fantastic initiative and our community upliftment projects include the iXgara Crèche and the development of a community recycling project

Yellowwood Forest is again the venue for the fabulous Footprints Market. Trading is from Friday evening through to Sunday 2pm (including night trading) with stalls featuring original, high quality, handmade arts and crafts. You can also expect live music, kid’s activities, face painting and awesome food!

Crafters wishing to participate in the Footprints Market can download the application form here: Application Form

For regular updates and the programme of events planned for the weekend follow the Morgan Bay Footprints Festival on Facebook or visit the website at There will be a trail races, open days at the Morganville Motorcycle Museum, evening entertainment, birding walks, game drives, art exhibitions and much, much more.

We hope to encourage you to reduce your carbon FOOTPRINT this weekend, choosing walking or cycling as your preferred mode of transport. Explore Morgan Bay on FOOT if possible.

We guarantee you will have a fun and memorable time and look forward to seeing there!