WET and windy conditions greeted the Denial Bay Jetty Markets on Sunday.
Crowds braved the elements to attend the twice yearly market event which showcases local arts, crafts, home made food and produce.
Despite trying weather for volunteers and market-goers alike, the event drew more than 20 stalls and a good crowd of more than 200 people eager to support the Denial Bay Progress Association’s biggest community attraction.
The fun-filled event drew stall holders from across the region and highlighted unique local produce on offer and a sausage sizzle.
Denial Bay Progress Association secretary Brenton Niemz said he was ‘impressed’ to see many community members support the market.
“While it wasn’t one of the biggest because of the weather, it was still a good turnout.
“The markets are continuing to grow and it seems to be something the community is aware of and enjoying.
The next Denial Bay is planned for May 2017, with another one scheduled for October 2017.