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The markets are a once-a-month event over summer which featured about 40 stallholders, including specialty goods, food vendors, and a lolly bus.

Market-goers enjoyed live entertainment as well as many activities, including face painting, bouncy castles, hair spray painting, an art and dance competition and much more.

Local community group i60 Community Services organised the Moonlight Markets for the first time last season after taking over from Brighton Estate developer Satterley Property Group.

i60 program development manager Trischa Botha said the markets had grown to be an ongoing fixture since they started three years ago.

The next Moonlight Markets will be on Friday, February 7.

For information about becoming a stall holder, call Trish on 0406 856 459 or email trish@i60communityservices.-org.au.