Village Market - Werribee Open Range Zoo
This February and March, Werribee Open Range Zoo’s lawns will come to
life with Village Market. Browse the market stalls for locally-made beaded
sandals, hanging planters, and colourful fabric tops and skirts. Join South
Sudanese Yirol dancers as they perform in traditional costumes. Enjoy the
rich smells and flavours of an Ethiopian coffee ceremony and taste
speciality Sudanese tea. Then watch animals emerge from stone through
traditional carving demonstrations. Entrace to the market is included in the
ticket price to Werribee Open Range Zoo.
Ocean Grove Market
An outdoor market operated by Rotary and selling new and original arts and crafts with some produce and plants.
Around 80 sites available. Full details at
Grove Rotary Market
Geelong Computer Swap Meet
A large number of stalls selling new and second hand computer equipment and related goods. A small entry fee applies.
Geelong Greyhounds Saturday Community Market at Beckley Park.
A large indoor/outdoor market with variety stalls, produce and food.
Drysdale Community Market
An indoor/outdoor market featuring homemade, home grown and home produced goods and craft. This fair has buskers, a country fair atmosphere, and claims to be the largest in the Geelong/Bellarine area.
Geelong Showgrounds Market
An outdoor/indoor market with variety stalls, new and used goods. Casual stallholders welcome.
Queenscliffe Community Market
Laverton Rubble & Riches Market
A large indoor/outdoor market with trash & trasure, produce, clothes, furniture, hardware and a range of other goods. White Hat guarantees that if you are looking for a drive shaft for a 1983 Monaro or a missing pice of that Royal Doulton tea set then it will be there. We're just not quite sure where.
Barwon Heads Market
An indoor/outdoor village market with an emphasis on fresh local produce. Also local art & music. The Barwon Heads market operates all year, the last Saturday of the month Feb – Nov. Weekly Dec and Jan but for 2010, not on Dec 25, or Jan 1st
Steampacket Gardens Art & Craft Market
A quality market on the picturesque waterfront at Geelong. With a large array of arts, crafts, clothing, gifts and food stalls. Even if you are not a confirmed shopper, White Hat can recommend this market as a pleasant place to stroll and browse on a Sunday sfternoon.
Point Lonsdale Primary School Market
Portarlington Community Market
A large indoor/outdoor market featuring craft & bric a brac. A small entry fee applies. White Hat suggests that if you enjoy garage sales then Belmont Market is like having 20 or 30 garage sales in the one location. In addition the indoor space has a range of low priced merchandise.
Werribee Undercover Market
Werribee Computer Swap Meet
A large number of stalls selling new and second hand computer equipment and related goods. A small entry fee applies. (Note - the dates and venue of this event can
vary. Click here to
confirm the current information on this event.
Geelong Mill Markets
Until recently, this location hosted a large and popular market. That market has relocated to Newcomb (see below). The remaining Geelong Mills Matket now has a large array of retro advertising signs, furniture, and larger and quirky mechanical and industrial equipment. White Hat can recommend this market as a good source for those looking to do a quirky fitout as well as to theatre companies and film-makers looking for genuine period props. It now functions more as a warehouse so give a ring before making a special trip.
Point Cook Market
Art and craft market including quality stalls, fresh produce, free children's entertainment and activities. Stall holder enquiries always welcome. Come along and "catch the colour" of the Point Cook Market
Mill Markets Newcomb
A large indoor market with permenant and casual stallholders selling antiques,collectables, vintage clothing, homewares, memmorabilia and retro fashions. White Hat suggests that if you enjoy the Chapel Street Bazaar in Melbourne you will find a similar range of items at the Newcomb Mill Market but with more space to move.
Geelong Night Market
Based on the successful Night Market at
Queen Victoria Market in
Melbourne, the Geelong Night Market features stalls with everything from a
well-being area to eclectic wares and artisans to live entertainment. Street
food showcases cuisines from around the world and there are activities for
families to enjoy. White Hat can recommend this market as an atmospheric
contribution to the relaxed atmosphere of Geelong over the summer holiday
Newtown Farmers Market
Featuring a wide range of fresh local produce direct from the Farmer/Producer to you. Fall in love with local food. Full information at Regional
Golden Plains Farmers Market
A genuine farmers market promoting the gorgeous local produce of the Golden Plains region.
Frankly My Dear Vintage Fair
A new vintage fair is now happening in Geelong at the Nash Hotel, on the first Saturday of each month.
Lots of stall holders selling Vintage Mens, Womens Clothing and Accessories, Soul DJ’s spinning records,
Drysdale Community Craft Shop Inc
The Drysdale Community Craft Shop has a range of unique uandcrafted uoods made by their members, Specialised baby bear, band bmbroidery, bnique jewellery, folk art, fand made cards, wedding charms, Australiana, paintings, patchwork & quilting. They also have a Lay-by and Order Service.
Osborne House – Makers & Growers Market
In the grounds of historic Osborne House overlooking Corio Bay. Arts, crafts and fresh produce, with sausage sizzle, coffee and hot soup.
Werribee Central Farmers Market
Food lovers can find a wonderful array of goods including olive oil, a
variety of gluten free goodies that will send your tastebuds into a frenzy.
Gorgeous artisan products include, breads, baked goods, jams, relishes, boutique
beer and many more unexpected gastronomically pleasing delights. And for the
green thumb, we can only delight – from native plants to herbs. Full details at
Werribee Central Farmers
St Leonards Market
An outdoor market with a wide range of goods and refreshments. Possible dates include 7th March 2009 and 11th April 2009