Farmers markets, design expos, book swaps and fairy floss; there is nothing better than stepping outdoors on the weekend and discovering the joy of market shopping. Markets pop up in car parks, convents, street stalls and parks all around Melbourne. So grab your granny trolley and get out and enjoy!

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  • Whittlesea Monday Market

    Whittlesea Monday Market

    Every Monday

    The Whittlesea Monday Market has over 120 stalls covering everything from fruit and veggies, homewares, artisan breads, fresh food, live poultry, clothing, plants, farm supplies, antiques and vintage collectables, electrical goods and even the kitchen sink! This is a great opportunity to not only grab a bargain but to get out of the house and enjoy!

    The Whittlesea Monday Market has over 120 stalls covering everything from fruit and veggies, homewares, artisan breads, fresh food, live poultry, clothing, plants, farm supplies, antiques and vintage collectables, electrical goods and even the kitchen sink!

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  • The Greatest Show on Wheels

    Sunday, 3 September 2017

    Come join the vibe and buzz of the 4th annual “Greatest Show on Wheels” as the Acland Street Village Precinct is transformed into traffic-free showcase of classic cars and bikes with over 300 vehicles on show.  Enjoy this FREE family friendly day, packed with entertainment, children’s activities, live music, great food and much more.  On show in Acland Street and surrounds will be pristine classic cars, hot rods, street machines and 20+ Movie cars (Mad Max & Batman). 

    Come join the vibe and buzz of the 4th annual “Greatest Show on Wheels” as the Acland Street Vill

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  • Diamond Creek, Rotary, Town Fair, Gumboot Throwing, entertainment, free

    Diamond Creek Rotary Town Fair

    Saturday, 9 September 2017

    The Diamond Creek Rotary Town Fair is a great day out for all the family. All your favourite activities will be there, carnival rides, free entertainment, craft stalls, demonstrations, food stalls the spectacular fireworks display and more. And by popular demand - egg and spoon races, sack races, cricket pad races and the old favourite, gumboot throwing competitions! Heaps of fun and entertainment for the whole family. 

     

    The Diamond Creek Rotary Town Fair is a great day out for all

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  • Whittlesea Agricultural Show

    4 November - 5 November 2017

    Grand parade, wood chopping, livestock pavilion, animal nursery, home crafts, free entertainment, working vintage engine display, rides, show bags and gourmet food expo.

    Grand parade, wood chopping, livestock pavilion, animal nursery, home crafts, free entertainment,

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  • Shirt & Skirt Market @ Abbotsford Convent

    Shirt & Skirt Market @ Abbotsford Convent

    Occurring 10am-4pm on the third Sunday of every month, The Shirt & Skirt Market is one of Melbourne’s original design markets and for over eight years, it has fostered new ideas and showcases the works of over 40+ independent Victorian designers, featuring quality, innovative and unashamedly beautiful fashions for women, men and children. It offers beautiful designer clothes, unique accessories and one-off items.  Each is lovingly made and created by independent and emerging designers.  Here you will be able to find something unique.  

    Occurring 10am-4pm on the third Sunday of every month, The Shirt & Skirt Market is one of Mel

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  • St Andrews Market

    St Andrews Market

    The St Andrews Market has a vibrant and earthy atmosphere and has been a part of the local community for over 40 years. At certain times of the year special markets are held and in December a twilight market is also held close to Christmas. 

    The St Andrews Market has a vibrant and earthy atmosphere and has been a part of the local community for over 40 years

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  • Beaumaris Farmers Market

    Beaumaris Farmers Market

    Beaumaris Farmers Markets are held on the second Saturday of every month. Facilitated by volunteers from Beaumaris Rotary, the market has 60 stall holders offering good quality fresh produce at a reasonable price and a wonderful community atmosphere. Running every second Saturday the market gives the opportunity to purchase great food and will get you out of the house this winter! 

    Beaumaris Farmers Markets are held on the second Saturday of every month.

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  • Eltham Market

    Eltham Community Craft and Produce Market

    Specialising in stallholders that produce quality homemade, grown and handcrafted products, or selling fresh and tantalising produce. This market features stalls ranging from food and wine, to sculpture and artworks from local artists. In November and December the market is held on the first and third Sunday of the month. 

     

    Specialising in stallholders that produce qual

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  • Bayside Farmers Market

    Bayside Farmers Market

    Bayside Farmers Markets are held on the third Saturday of every month. Made possible by the volunteers from the Rotary Club of Hampton Inc. then Bayside farmers markets connects the community to over 60 stall holders who produce their food for their mutual benefit and enjoyment. Come down and discover the beautiful fresh produce at the Bayside Farmers Market.

    Bayside Farmers Markets are held on the third Saturday of every month.

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  • Coburg Farmers Market

    Coburg Farmers Market

    Affordable seasonal produce, fresh from regional Victoria is on offer in Coburg. The Farmers Market is held every Saturday at the Coburg North Primary School from 8am-1pm.

    Affordable seasonal produce, fresh from regional Victorian is on offer in Coburg.

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  • Altona Beach Market

    Altona Beach Market

    The Altona Beach Market is nestled into one of Port Phillip Bay’s most appealing coastal towns. The weekly outdoor street market has been a highlight since 2004. Thousands of regular market goers visit each week to purchase fresh produce, green life, homemade soaps, candles and much more.  On market day a visit through the town's shops, café’s, restaurants and coastal pleasures completes a great day's outing.

    The Altona Beach Market is nestled into one of Port Phillip Bay’s most appealing coastal towns.

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  • Footscray Markets

    Footscray Market, Corner Hopkins and Leeds Streets, Footscray;

    Little Saigon Market, Byron Street, Footscray

    There is no better place to shop for affordable fresh food than Footscray. You are spoilt for choice with two fabulous markets.

    The Footscray Market is a large bustling indoor market with a wide selection of fresh produce, seafood and general goods. You’ll also find an exotic range of produce including lotus flowers, pigs’ ears and cassava root. Open Tuesday – Saturday.

    The Little Saigon Market provides an energizing Asian market shopping experience. There’s a huge range of produce with some stalls offering tasting plates of freshly cut fruit. It is a great place for exotic items, fresh meat and fish along with a wide variety of cheap fruit and veg. It is very popular with the local Vietnamese community. Open seven days.

     

    Footscray Market, Corner Hopkins and Leeds Streets, Footscray;

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  • Seaworks and the Maritime Discovery Centre

    Seaworks and the Maritime Discovery Centre

    Included in the maritime collection is a large display of ship models, ships bells, books, prints, navigation equipment, plaques, marine equipment and its World War Honour board. The centre is open every Wednesday and Sunday 11am-3pm and group tours are available at other times. Seaworks is a new and exciting location for any event! 

    Included in the maritime collection is a large display of ship models, ships bells, books, prints

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  • Shopping in Nillumbik

    Shopping in Nillumbik

    Vibrant shopping areas can be found in Eltham, Diamond Creek and Hurstbridge and with so much choice you are bound to find exactly what you’re looking for! Or, take time out and enjoy time with friends and family in one of the many cafes and restaurants.

     

     

    Vibrant shopping areas can be found in Eltham, Diamond Creek and Hurstbridge and with so much choice you are bound to find exactly what you’re looking for!

  • Farmer’s Markets at the Old Cheese Factory

    Farmer’s Markets at the Old Cheese Factory

    Held on the second Saturday of the month in the picturesque gardens of the local farming property of The Old Cheese Factory in Berwick. The site has many amenities including a childrens playground and cafe. Farm fresh and organic seasonal fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices, honey, cheeses, jams, condiments and preserves, rare and free range lamb, beef, pork, certified free range eggs, herb and vegetable seedlings. British pies, fruit pies, cakes, artisan loaves and much more.

    Held on the second Saturday of the month in the picturesque gardens of the local farming property

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  • Preston Market

    Preston Market

    For 45 years the Preston Market has been the fresh food and multi-cultural hub of Melbourne’s North. Now offering visitors with Melbourne’s newest artist and design precinct, Pam Lane.

    For 45 years the Preston Market has been the fresh food and multi-cultural hub of Melbourne’s North.

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  • Prahran Market

    Famous for fine fresh produce, hard to find specialty items and good old fashioned service sealed with expert advice, Prahran Market can’t be beaten on quality. Visit to discover everything from the highest quality fruit and veg to the widest range of certified organic products, sustainable seafood, free range meat and poultry, gourmet deli items and an interesting mix of sought-after eateries and specialty stores.

    Famous for fine fresh produce, hard to find specialty items and good old fashioned service sealed

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  • direct to public manufacturers

    Direct to Public Outlets in Hume

    Did you know that many of Hume’s food manufacturers also sell direct to public? Treat yourself and the family and discover the range of multicultural delights on offer. From Turkish treats to Japanese lollies and everything in between, you will be able to grab a bargain (in bulk), so head on down! Or if you have had enough sweets for one day, grab a juice from Just Squeezed Fruit Juices.

    Did you know that many of Hume’s food manufacturers also sell direct to public?

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  • North Melbourne and Kensington

    The striking and historic streetscapes of North Melbourne’s Errol and Victoria streets are well known for their great cafes, restaurants and a lively arts scene. Neighbouring Kensington is the place to enjoy a slower pace of life in luxuriantly leafy surrounds, while the hustle and bustle of Flemington’s busy Racecourse Road strip will keep the more active visitors entertained.

    The striking and historic streetscapes of North Melbourne’s Errol and Victoria streets are well k

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  • Bundoora Square

    Bundoora Square

    Enjoy the art journey at Bundoora Square shopping precinct.  Come and be amazed by the large Bundoora Murals and art projects reflecting the history, animals and flora of the area loved by the community. With easy access to trams and parking, Bundoora Square features a wide range of specialty shops and the Psarakos Marketplace. A place where you can meet your friends and linger a while at the interesting cafes and restaurants. 

     

    Enjoy the art journey at Bundoora Square shopping precinct.

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  • To Market to Market

    Several fascinating and unique markets complement the City of Yarra’s shopping strips. If you’re after fresh, affordable produce and gourmet delights, head to the Gleadell Street Market in Richmond or the Collingwood Children’s Farm Farmers market. If you’re looking for a special gift that’s a little different, try the Rose Street Artists' Market, Fitzroy Market, Makers Market or Supper Market, where you can buy handmade jewellery, clothing, arts and crafts direct from the makers.

    Several fascinating and unique markets complement the City of Yarra’s shopping strips.

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    St Kilda Esplanade Market

    Set against the iconic backdrop of St Kilda Beach and the stunning Port Phillip Bay, this vibrant makers' market features over 130 unique stalls filled with beautifully hand crafted artwork, jewellery, bags, homewares, body products, artisan foods and much more. Since 1970 come rain, hail or shine, every Sunday the Esplanade Market has been the destination for locals and visitors looking to discover something a little special.

    Set against the iconic backdrop of St Kilda Beach and the stunning Port Phillip Bay, this vibrant

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  • Diverse Cuisine

    Diverse Cuisine

    Excite your tastebuds with a huge range of colourful cuisines from our multicultural community. Greater Dandenong is home to people from more than 150 different nationalities, who bring with them diverse cultures, gorgeous clothes and of course, delicious food. We have the world on a plate with everything from Turkish gozlemes, Asian delights, Punjab sweets and Uyghur noodles to tempt your tastebuds.

    Excite your tastebuds with a huge range of colourful cuisines from our multicultural community.

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  • market, food, port phillip, south melbourne market, design, meats, craft, art

    South Melbourne Market

    Opened in 1867 the South Melbourne Market is Melbourne's longest continually running market. With almost 150 stalls it offers some of the best produce in town, from fish and meats to homemade pasta and bread. Here you will find everything you need to put together a delicious feast for friends and family. You will also find SO:ME Space a dedicated fashion destination with pop up and permanent fashion from emerging and established designers. Make sure you check out the packed calendar of events that run throughout the year including Spring Market Week, Craft Cubed and the Port Phillip Mussel Festival.

    Opened in 1867 the South Melbourne Market is Melbourne's longest continually running market.

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    Simply Super Shopping

    Whatever you are shopping for you can find it locally. Clarendon, Coventry, Bridport, Bay and Acland Street offer up stylish fashion, homewares and abound in specialty stores. You could spend hours perusing South Melbourne Markets designer stalls in the So:ME space. For a special piece, explore the smaller shopping villages of Elwood, Ripponlea and Middle Park where you will uncover a quaint and idyllic world filled with great unique finds. If you’re after an artisan treasure, head to the St Kilda Esplanade Market. Shop locally and support local businesses and communities.

    Whatever you are shopping for you can find it locally.

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    Gasworks Arts Park

    Gasworks is a vibrant arts precinct situated in picturesque Albert Park. This urban oasis of grassy parklands features a children's playground, free barbecues, sculptures, a formal native garden and attractive walkways. The Gasworks Arts facilities includes a 240 seat theatre, a rehearsal studio and performance space, community access tuition spaces, a darkroom, sculpture studio, painting studios, ceramics studios, and a gallery. Gasworks is also home to a farmers market on the third Saturday of every month, music festivals and the Summer Backyard Cinema.

    Gasworks is a vibrant arts precinct situated in picturesque Albert Park.

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  • vintage, shopping, opshop, second hand, clothing, furniture

    Once Old is New Again

    If you are looking for something old to revitalize, then a visit to one of the many Opportunity Shops doted throughout the City of Whittlesea is a must. Take your pick from the Epping Vinnies to the Salvos in Lalor or Thomastown, Savers in Mill Park to the Whittlesea Op Shop. A wide variety of second hand goods, including clothing and furniture are on offer to fill that vintage void.

    If you are looking for something old to revitalize, then a visit to one of the many Opportunity S

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  • Kingston Farmers’ Market

    The Kingston Farmers’ Market is run on the first Saturday of each month (except for January) from 8am-12:30pm at Sir William Fry Reserve, Nepean Highway, Highett. This market is run by the City of Kingston in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Chelsea. It started in 2004 and has a loyal following. An average of 1500 shoppers come along each month regardless of the weather. There are between 50 and 60 stallholders with a wide range of farm fresh produce including organic fruit and vegetables, artisan cheeses and olive oils, specialty breads, free range chicken and eggs, farmed barramundi, lamb, beef, veal and pork together with confectionery, baked goods, preserves and herb and vegetable seedlings. Rotary collects a $2 donation from shoppers and these funds are used to support local community groups.

    The Kingston Farmers’ Market is run on the first Saturday of each month (except for January) from

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  • The Eltham Farmers’ Market is held on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month, 9am to 1pm.

    Eltham Farmers’ Market

    There are a range of stalls, including veggies, fruit, condiments and sweet treats. On the 4th Sunday of each month, the market will also host a community fruit and veggie swap. The Eltham Farmers’ Market is organised by Local Food Connect Inc. – a not for profit community group dedicated to promoting the interests of the local food economy.

    There are a range of stalls, including veggies, fruit, condiments and sweet treats.

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  • All things Art

    Whittlesea is home to a vibrant and diverse arts community, which is evident in the many events, exhibitions and installations which feature across the municipality. From the Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre to the many local restaurants and recreation facilities that actively promote the arts, the City of Whittlesea nurtures and promotes arts and culture throughout the local community. 

    Whittlesea is home to a vibrant and diverse arts community, which is evident in the many events,

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  • Community markets

    Community Markets

    A number of local community markets are held throughout the municipality each month, offering a range of local produce, plants, arts and crafts and collectibles. Attracting local residents and visitors alike, these markets support the local community while also giving local producers a platform to sell their products.

    A number of local community markets are held throughout the municipality each month, offering a range of local produce, plants, arts and crafts and collectibles.

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  • Market to Market

    Do you want fresh, affordable produce and gourmet delights? Are you looking for a special gift, or a shopping experience that’s a little different where you can buy handmade jewellery, clothing or arts and crafts direct from the makers? The head to one of the many markets that come alive within Casey each month. Whatever your taste, all of the markets in the City of Casey have something special to offer.

    Do you want fresh, affordable produce and gourmet delights?

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    Hurstbridge Farmers' Market

    Hurstbridge Farmers' Market is held all year round, from February to December on the first Sunday of the month from 8.30am – 1pm in the delightful setting of Fergusons Paddock in Hurstbridge. Entry is by gold coin donation with proceeds to the local CFA.

     

    Hurstbridge Farmers' Market is held all year round, from Febr

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  • Boroondara Farmers Market

    If you are passionate about food, the planet and your community, join a special group of farmers and locals at the Boroondara Farmers Market, where you can shop for produce from all around Victoria. You’ll find fresh fruit and vegetables, seasonal organics, meat, herbs, honey, eggs, bread, olives, cakes, dips and sauces, chocolate, flowers and plants, even wine and beer. Tthird and fifth Saturday of every month, 8am till 1pm.

    If you are passionate about food, the planet and your community, join a special group of farmers

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  • Hawthorn Craft Market

    The Hawthorn Craft Market is one of Melbourne’s longest running makers’ markets. You’ll find a range of beautifully designed, handmade items, perfect as a gift or simply to indulge yourself. There are over forty stalls with artists working across a variety of mediums. You’ll find jewellery, clothes, children’s toys, bags, cards, candles, photo-art, sculpture, plants, furniture and unique one off pieces.

    The Hawthorn Craft Market is one of Melbourne’s longest running makers’ markets.

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  • Eucalypt Community Market, Wollert

    Eucalypt Community Market, Wollert

    In partnership with Stockland and Third Place Café in Wollert, this monthly market runs at the Eucalypt Estate providing locals with access to fresh produce, arts and craft that will be sure to have something for everyone. A great way to connect with your local producers and find out what little treasures are in your own backyard! 

    In partnership with Stockland and Third Place Café in Wollert, this monthly market runs at the Eu

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