Third Saturday of the month from October to April - please check website for up to date details. The Emu Plains Market is held under the magnificent boughs of a stringy bark forest in Balnarring. It is truly one of the most picturesque market sites on the Mornington Peninsula. It is home to the best makers, growers, creators and collectors from Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula.
Where: Melway Ref - 163 J9
Time: 9am - 2pm
More info: 5983 1935 www.emuplainsmarket.com.au
Every Sunday - rain hail or shine at Bittern Railway Station. A variety market of 70+ stalls selling new and used goods, craft, plants and flowers, fruit and vegetables, food, coffee and much more. A market with a bustling country feel close to town.
Where: Frankston - Flinders Road, Bittern at the Bittern Railway Station
Free entry & parking.
Enquiries: Call 0433 955 435
First Sunday of the month.
Held at the Old Carnival site on Rosebud Foreshore.
There are up to 130 stalls selling craft, new and second hand items, produce and plants. Enjoy the beach and the local shops while you are there.
Time 7am to 1pm.
More info: Call 0425 816 855
Third Saturday of the month. Boneo Community Market is held on the 3rd Saturday (since 1977) to raise money for local community projects. A true craft market is what you will find at Boneo Market where all the locals in the know flock to get the freshest produce and indulge in some of the Mornington Peninsula’s delicious gourmet foods.
Where: Cnr Boneo Rd and Limestone Rd Boneo
Enquiries and stall bookings phone 0418418302
Indoor and outdoor stalls
Jewellery, cards, bags, craft, bric-a-brac, candles, eggs, fretwork gifts, soaps, plants, Devonshire Teas, coffee and lots more.
Cribby Koala Treasure Hunt
Proceeds go to the Crib Point Community House and community programs
Location: Crib Point Community House, 7 Park Rd, Crib Point from 9am to 1pm on the 2nd Saturday of the month
Dromana Public Park and Recreation Reserve
359B Point Nepean Road, Dromana
4th Saturday of month
8.30am to 1.30pm
Contact: Tony Viney, mobile 0411 265 291
Every Thursday. This market has over 40 stalls featuring everything home made, home grown and craft.
Where: High Street, Hastings
Contact: Westernport Rotary
0418 524 433 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mornington Main Street Market
Every Wednesday. The Main Street Market Mornington has been a homemade, home grown and home baked market since April 1983, making 2013 its 30th year on Main Street! When you come to the market you will get the chance to meet stallholders that have been attending the market for over 15 years, and they can tell you why the market is such a special place! At the market you will find craft, plants and produce, gourmet delights, kids toys and fashion and much more, all on beautiful Main Street Mornington where the shops meet the sea! So make sure to come and visit us next Wednesday, the market operates rain, hail or shine!
Tel: 5975 4522
Mornington Racecourse Market has home grown, home made and home baked items with over 300 stalls. The well treed site provides shade in summer and protection in the colder months. There's an undercover area as well, but, regardless of the weather, thousands of regular market-goers always keep the second and sometimes third Sunday of the month as their 'Mornington day'. For the comfort of all patrons, dogs are prohibited in the market. There is an animal farm for the kids, face painting and buskers. Parking fee applies.
Where: Racecourse Rd, Mornington
Time: 9am - 2 pm
The Mt Eliza Farmers’ Market is held in the Mt Eliza Village precinct on the 4th Sunday of every month. Mt Eliza farmers’ market plays host to authentic growers and producers.
Where: Cnr Mt Eliza Way and Canadian Bay Road, Mount Eliza
Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Cooperative’ monthly Artist Inspired Artist's Market. Held on the first Sunday of each month at Oak Hill 100 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington 3931. Visit www.oakhillgallery.com.au
Oak Hill Gallery holds its Artist’s Market on the first Sunday of each month coinciding with the official opening of its monthly exhibitions.
First Saturday of the month, September to May. The Red Hill Community Market now features over 300 stalls of gourmet produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, quality Australian made art and craft. Join us around the oval for Victoria's best loved market. For the comfort of all patrons, dogs are prohibited in the market. Red Hill is the 'grand dame' of Victoria's craft markets.
Parking fee applies.
Where: Arthur's Seat Rd, Red Hill.
Time: 9am to 2pm
Tel: 5976 3266
Second Saturday of the month. Held at the Old Carnival site on Rosebud Foreshore. There are up to 130 stalls selling craft, hand produced and new items, produce and plants. There are no used goods at this market.
Tel: Call 0425 816 855
First Saturday of the month. The Rye Rotary Market is a well known open air market with craft, plants, vegies and gift ideas for the whole family. There are between 75 and 120 stalls. The market is held on the Rye Foreshore opposite the Post Office so you are close to the beach.
Where: Rye Foreshore near Pier
Time: 7am - noon
Contact: Sandra Fiedeldy - 0423 116 457
Third Sunday of the month
67-85 Byrnes Road, Shoreham
(next to the Shoreham Tennis Club)
Shoreham Market is a community based gathering run by three young Shoreham locals connecting people through hand grown, made and gathered.
October until May, 10 am until 2 pm.
For more info: visit ShorehamMarket.com and Instagram @shorehammarke
Fourth Saturday of the month. Held at the Tootgarook Primary School Market is there are around 250 stalls with something for everyone. A fundraising event for the Primary School. The market is close to the beach and playgrounds.
Tel: 0418 360 919
Where: Tootgarook Primary School Market (Mel 169 D3)
Time: 7.30am - 12.30pm