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Frankston Bazaar

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by Renee Ferris (subscribe)
I write as a hobby and I enjoy detailing my experiences for others to read.
Published June 15th 2018
Antique Haven
Frankston Bazaar, Frankston, antiques, collectables, retro, vintage toys
Signage at the entrance


Frankston Bazaar is a little gem in the heart of Frankston offering many vintage, retro and antique items for sale in their indoor market setting.

I enjoy visiting the Bazaar because of all the quality items they have available for sale. Every week is something new and if you're an antique lover, then a stroll through this place is something you should add to your list of things to do.

In the past I have purchased Beanie Kids from this place because they sell the really hard to find Beanie Kids that are no longer sold in proper shops. I nabbed a bargain at $5 for a bear made in 1999.

Another great aspect about this place that I love is that occasionally they'll have a stall with home made items like blankets, wallets, artwork, etc. Back at Christmas time I purchased a gorgeous vegan purse for my cousin which she loved. It felt great supporting the local community and buying home made items.

Frankston Bazaar, Frankston, antiques, retro, new items, home made items
Selection of items at the Bazaar


Another thing I love about the Bazaar is the antique toys they have for sale. Army men, Care Bears, Beanie Kids, stuffed toys, wooden toys, etc can be found here. While the price may be a little high, if you're a true vintage lover then you'll appreciate the items for sale.

Cute Duck!


There is also furniture to be found here with gorgeous pieces available. You're sure to furnish your home like no other if you buy from here.

Overall I think the Bazaar is a fantastic little place to check out if you are in the area and help support local traders.
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Why? Great little store for antiques
When: Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm
Where: Frankston
Your Comment
"where. Frankston". Not much help. What street would be a good idea
by judit (score: 0|4) 485 days ago
Wells Street, diagonlly opposite the Groove Train, one block from Nepean Highway.
by joanc (score: 0|4) 484 days ago
Wells Street, diagonlly opposite the Groove Train, one block from Nepean Highway.
by joanc (score: 0|4) 484 days ago
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