Warrnambool Undercover Market
This market has a range of bric-a-brac and variety goods. White Hat can particularly recommend the fresh flowers and produces sold by farmers off the bck of their trucks at this typical down-to-earth country market. Despite the name of the market, there are also a number of outdoor stalls in fine weather. No dogs are allowed.
Apollo Bay Market
An outdoor market with 20 to 50 stalls selling home made produce and handcrafted goods as well as local produce. Stalls are only available to local residents or rate payers and hence this market truly reflects the craft and produce of the Otways region.
Camperdown Rotary Craft Market
Home made & home grown goods. Historic tours (including the famous clock tower) available.
Cowrie Community Market
An outdoor market selling produce, art & craft with an emphasis on edo-friendly products. Live music - buskers welcome.
Port Fairy Farmers' Market
Lorne Kindergarten Annual Easter Market
Over 60 stalls with gourmet food, children's rides and lots more.
Camperdown Show Society Sunday Market
An indoor market with a range of goods.
Port Campbell Summer Market
A small outdoor market with arts, crafts and refreshments.
Port Fairy Craft Market
Featuring craft and other goods
Portland Angling Club Sunday Market
A small indoor/outdoor market with a range of goods.
Colac Lions Sunday Market
An outdoor market selling a wide range of goods including local produce.
Warrnambool Hillside Market
An outdoor market selling a range of quality goods including craft and produce. The most picturesque market in the area with sites of high quality craft and produce. Free entry.
Torquay Central Farmers Market
Local & regional bread, cheese, organics, eggs, vegies, berries, jam and honey. White Hat has not yet attended this market but when we do we will let you know what we think.
Birregurra Sunday Market in the Park
Birregurra is at the foot of the Otway ranges 45 min from Geelong enroute to Lorne & Apollo Bay. The markets feature quality craft & local produce in a relaxing rural atmosphere.There are a variety of local shops to visit also.
Warrnambool Mill Markets
A market operated in the same style as the mills markets in Newtown and
Daylesford. Stalls are available on a monthly lease and you will find all manner
of clothing, jewellery, antiques, collectables and bric-a-brac. The market is
located in the factory and gardens created by
Portland Bentinck Street Sunday Markets
Home made cakes & slices and sausage rolls. Flowers, Plants, Craft, Food.
BBQ/Sausage Sizzle. New stall holders' welcome - no trash please. More details
at Portland Bentinck Street
Sunday Markets. An extra Christmas market on 21st December 2009.
New Fashion,Vintage and Cultural Art, become a stall holder in Lorne new indoor permanent market, we do all the hard work for you selling your products seven days a week, prime beachfront location in the heart of lorne's lively shopping hub, stalls and wall space available now.
A very large building (originally a butter factory) with a large range of
antiques, collectables, old wares and plenty of surprises. White Hat recommends
that if you are travelling the Princes Highway between Geelong and Warrnambool
that you take a break at the Pombo Mart. There is a cafe and one of the
proprietors is Peter Brocklehurst "The singing cobbler" continues to ply his
trade repairing watches and shoes, cutting keys and engraving. More information
at Pombo Mart
Apollo Bay Farmers Market
Apollo Bay Farmer's Market showcases some of the finest culinary delights being produced in and around the Otways. The market offers fabulously fresh local produce including: wine, meat, olives, fruit and veg, honey and lots more.
Moriac Makers & Growers Market
Moriac Makers & Growers Market
Celebrate all that is sustainable, innovative, hand and homemade at the newest market in the region. Specialising in clothing and textile design, art and jewellery, fresh organic produce and tasty homemade food, the Moriac Makers & Growers Market is where quality and quirky come together. Imagine seeds and stitches, jewellery and jam, sewing mchines and local seasonal produce accompanied by live acoustic music to soothe and inspire. Here craft is cool and excellence is expected! Head to the hinterland and tap into some real country soul. Coming dates: 8th January 2012;
6th May 2012
Derrinallum Town and Country Market
Derrinallum Town and country Markets are an initiative of the Derrinallum Progress Association. We have a large variety of stalls including plants, toys, felt craft goods, coffee, icecream, cakes and biscuits, bread, Lions club BBQ, music. New stallholders welcome
Torquay Primary School Market
A once-a-year market with a variety of goods.