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Grazeland -- A new culinary precinct in Melbourne's West and in the shadow of the West Gate Bridge will buoy our overall food scene. While we have great markets such as the Queen Vic Night Market, Grazeland will be one that locals don't have to cross the bridge for and tourists can also flock to.
It will be part of the tourist precinct as it is located next to Scienceworks in Spotswood, but many locals will appreciate having a family-friendly foodies destination, perhaps, a little closer to home.
The precinct will offer a unique casual dining experience, showcasing contemporary culinary professionals and bringing together a rich diversity of local producers, live entertainers, and
visitors who are keen to experience this brave new world of delicious sights and tastes.
Spanning across 10,000sqm, Grazeland will host over 50 sweet and savoury food vendors, 3 fully licensed bars, artisan stalls selling locally designed products, roving entertainers and live performances, creating a food festival atmosphere.
This will include outdoor seating to make the most of the warm summer days and ample cover for the rainier ones.
Unlike other seasonal markets, this will be a permanent fixture and one that brings together the multicultural tastes that Melbourne is famous for.
A playground for foodies, families, work colleagues and couples, Grazeland will be a destination for everyone and every
It will be open every weekend of the year and it is built on a commitment to quality. Grazeland will be unrivalled for fun and entertainment, the opportunity to connect with others, as well a chance to explore and stimulate the senses.
Markets in containers are really popular. A friend visiting from the US recently asked me how she could get from the airport to EatStreet Markets in Brisbane during a five hour layover. That's what a drawcard they are. Now Melbourne will have its version of near the water dining with plenty of choices.