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Abbotsford Convent

Website: Abbotsford Convent

 Lawn at Abbotsford Convent

Some forthcoming events at Abbotsford Convent


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Shirt & Skirt Markets

The Shirt and Skirt Market showcases the creations and designs of emerging Melbourne artisans. More information at Shirt & Skirt Market >>



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Slow Food Farmers' Market
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To the best of White Hat’s knowledge, this event or location is operating as usual despite COVID-19 precautions. However, always double check with the organiser or institution before making a special trip.

A farmers' market in the spirit of the international slow food movement featuring farm fresh & organic seasonal fruit, vegetables, seedlings, flowers, hersbs & juices plus breads, olive oil, eggs, rare breed and free range meat, chooks, fresh & smoked fish, home made condiments, specialist cheeses. This is a plastic bag free market so BYO trolley, basket & bags.


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Sunday Arts @ The Convent
View, discuss and purchase works from painters, jewellers, printmakers, writers, photographers textileartists and other creative individuals.

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Supper Market
The Supper Market at the Abbotsford Convent and it’s only 4km from the city. There is a range of food on the food hawker stalls, and shoppers have numbers of products on offer, while people looking for entertainment will find circus performers roaming the grounds, music lovers will enjoy acoustic music played by local musicians. White Hat suggests that those who want to be outdoors on a summery Friday night should consider the Supper Market. Bring your picnic rug and enjoy sitting on the garden lawns while eating fresh food served from the hawker food stalls.



You can find a comprehensive guide to markets around Australia at The White Hat Guide to Markets in Australia.