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Published October 16th 2014
The only thing that Melbourne loves more than a good market, is a good day trip. Help us to escape the city, and discover your favourite markets of the Mornington Peninsula. Here are a few that I'd like to visit:
Emu Plains Market: Coolart Road, Balnarring, Victoria 3927
Website Emu Plains Market About: The Emu Plains Market is held on the third Saturday monthly, from October to April, 9am to 2pm. This market is curated by some very passionate locals. "It's all about the community and families – it's a place where locals and visitors to the Peninsula can explore, taste, rummage and be inspired amongst a picturesque stringy bark forest of the Emu Plains Reserve in Balnarring."
Pearcedale Market: 710 Baxter-Tooradin Road, Pearcedale, Victoria 3912 Phone 5978 6146 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website Pearcedale Market About: Pearcedale Market supports local produce and local artisans, as well as sustainable products and environmental education. This market is held on the third Saturday monthly, from 8am-12pm. "Pearcedale market has local produce, a produce swap, local businesses, sustainable living products, as well as education and workshops on topics like Organic Growing, Permaculture, and bread making."
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Frankston Sunday Market: Young Street, Frankston, Victoria, Australia 3199
Phone 9462 1520 Email email@example.com Website Frankston Sunday Market About: The Frankston Sunday Market is open every Sunday from 8am-1pm; "Proudly supporting the Frankston Dolphins Football Club for over 38 years; we strive to provide a long term, ever changing, and exciting venue for buyer and seller alike, catering to both the young and young at heart. We're hugely proud of the wide variety of goods, services and entertainment that are showcased each and every Sunday. We are very much a community based market with a strong emphasis on meeting the needs of the people of Frankston, Southern suburbs and the Mornington Peninsular. We welcome stallholders and patrons from all over Melbourne whilst actively encouraging all to participate and enjoy all the fun of the fare that is a true Frankston icon."