The Denial Bay Jetty Market made its return on Sunday, with a big crowd enjoying the sunshine on the Denial Bay foreshore.
The market is hosted each May and October, however it had to be cancelled last year due to COVID-19.
More than 30 stallholders were on hand at Denial Bay on Sunday, selling items to an excited crowd.
Denial Bay Progress Association committee member Mark Nash said after a year of not being able to have events like this, the entire district enjoyed the opportunity to get to the market.
"It was a very successful day, we had very good weather and quite a large crowd turned up," he said.
"We had 34 stallholders which was very good - more had registered but couldn't make it on the day - a lot of regulars and some new.
"The general feeling from Denial Bay, Ceduna and surrounding areas is that it was long overdue, they were waiting and needed an outlet, and we were fortunate everything on the day went well."
Mr Nash said the jetty market appeared to be growing and said the committee would like it to grow even further, starting with the next event in October.
"We will be back after Oysterfest and the committee would like to see the market continue to grow," he said.
"We have plenty of room here and will be advertising a lot earlier online."
He said the progress association was always on the lookout for new members to give a hand.