Christmas spirit was in the air over two days on the weekend at the Ceduna Christmas Craft Fair.
Hosted at the Ceduna Memorial Hall, the markets on Friday and Saturday welcomed hundreds of community members enjoying both the Christmas and market atmosphere.
A wide range of items – some Christmas themed and some not – were on sale across the two days at the markets, hosted by Flair on Eyre.
Organisations and groups such as Red Cross, Ceduna Hospital and Village Auxiliary and Crossways Lutheran School hosted stalls, as well as individuals with their handcrafted goods.
There was a range of knitted and sewed items, jewellry, scrap metal artworks, handicrafts and of course a wide variety of foods which included the Christmas-themed gingerbread houses to jams, preserves and Anglo-Indian food.