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Hide and Seek Market

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by The Carpaccio Bros. (subscribe)
It's more than just raw meat!
Published April 3rd 2011
This market no longer runs.


In Field of Dreams, Ray Kinsella is told, "If you build it, they will come." Such is the case with the Hide and Seek Market, an independent designers market tucked away at Thousand Pound Bend (361 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne).

The Hide and Seek Market is a refuge for all things vintage, handmade, pre-loved and one of a kind. The indoors venue boasts winding lanes of fashion, accessories, art, home wares and quirky knick knacks. Stallholders are handpicked to ensure a large variety of items are presented. You can apply to become a stallholder here.

The Hide and Seek Markets set up on the third Sunday of the month from 10.00am until 2.00pm (so there's no need to get up early to nab the good stuff!) Thousand Pound Bend is an inner city warehouse venue that provides protection from the elements, so the markets continue in all types of weather. The Thousand Pound Cafe serves coffee, meals and desserts and has free wi fi.

Entry to the markets is free and market goers can enjoy $6.00 all day parking at Wilson's Carpark (300 Latrobe Street). The markets are cash sales only.
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Why? Seek out hidden goodies
When: Third Sunday of the month from 10.00am until 2.00pm
Where: Hide and Seek Markets, Thousand Pound Bend, 361 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Cost: Free
Comments
none of the links go to real pages - is this market still on?
By faceb - reader
Thursday, 9th of June @ 10:38 am
I've checked the facebook page for this market - it doesn't exist in Melbourne any more.
By andre91 - reader
Monday, 20th of June @ 03:02 am
tried to go to the market the other month - it no longer exists
By jane.47 - reader
Tuesday, 21st of June @ 12:02 am
Wonderful. I will have to make the effort to discover this if I ever visit the city of Melbourne again.
By Jody Kimber - senior reviewer
Friday, 8th of July @ 07:30 am
Wish I had read these posts before I headed out today. I confirm the above posts.. this market does not run. Please take this ad off weekendnotes. It's false advertising.
By Curly - reader
Sunday, 17th of July @ 06:55 am
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