It's been a while between drinks, but markets are finally back on the agenda in Melbourne with us moving toward a COVID-normal environment in Victoria.
Farmers markets, craft markets, and your favourite fresh produce markets are all back on the agenda with us all able to travel beyond the 25km radius.
Here are the best markets happening in Melbourne this November.
St Kilda Esplanade Market
This iconic Melbourne market really swings into action as we get into the hotter months. Running along St Kilda beach between Luna Park and The Espy there is a massive range of stalls selling every bit and bob imaginable.
Where: The Esplanade, St Kilda, VIC 3182
When: Every Sunday, 10am - 5pm
CERES Makers & Flea Market
The legendary CERES Makers & Flea Market is back every Saturday from 9am.
Happening in the market space next to the organic grocery, you'll find jewellery, clothing, homewares and much more.
When: Every Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Where: CERES Environment Park, corner Roberts & Stewart Street, Brunswick East
For more information, head here.
Big Design Market
The Big Design Market is back in Melbourne this November in an online-only affair.
Choose from a range of art, homewares, clothing, jewellery, books, pet gifts, and much, much more at the Big Design Market.
When: Wednesday 18 to Sunday 29 November
Melbourne Farmers Markets
At Melbourne Farmers Markets, there's nothing processed about this process. You can get good food straight from Victorian farmers, that you know has been cultivated with sincerity and love of the product. You can find these markets all around Melbourne.
Here's the list:
- Carlton Farmers Market: First and third Saturday of the month, 8 am - 1 pm
- Coburg Farmers Market: Every Saturday, 8 am–1 pm
- Collingwood Children’s Farm: Second Saturday of the month, 8 am–1 pm
- Gasworks Arts Park, Albert Park: Third Saturday of the month, 8 am–1 pm
- Alphington Famers Market: Every Sunday, 9 am-1 pm
- Fairfield Primary School: Third Saturday of every month, 8 am–1 pm
- Abbotsford Convent Farmers Market: Fourth Saturday of the month, 8 am-1 pm
- The University of Melbourne: Every Wednesday during the semester, 10:30 am–2:30 pm
For more info, click here.
Strapped for cash? Here are a bunch of free things to do in Melbourne this month.
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