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Outdoor Markets around Melbourne

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Published May 22nd 2012
Need to get out of the house? Outdoor markets are a great source of food, fun and family entertainment. You may need to rug up and bring an umbrella in winter, but you're sure to find a good time.

Outdoor Market
Outdoor markets are great all year round. Photo: Gordon Griffiths


Frankston Markets
Like many of Melbourne's suburbs, Frankston has a variety of markets to suit all kinds of needs and desires. Held every Wednesday, on the Main Street of Mornington, is the longest running street market in Victoria, having 27 years under its belt. Mornington Market provides a wide variety of crafts, plants and local produce in a vibrant and friendly atmosphere.

Frankston also boasts a large Sunday market, held each week in the heart of Frankston. With over 100 regular stallholders and facilities including a comfortable outdoor café, it is the perfect place to relax with your family and maybe catch a bargain or two.

Mornington Market, Main St., Mornington, Wednesday, 9.00 am-3.00 pm.

Frankston Sunday Market, Young St., Frankston, Sunday, 8.00 am-1.00 pm. $1 entry.


Dandenong Market

A local institution since 1866, the Dandenong Market is situated right in the middle of multicultural Dandenong. Offering a wide range of general merchandise, such as clothes and jewellery, and a host of fresh foods, with takeaways, cafés and a wide array of local produce, Dandenong market gives you the chance to find products not stocked in regular supermarkets.

Dandenong Market, cnr. Clow & Cleeland Street, Dandenong,

Tuesday: 7am – 4pm
Friday: 7am – 5pm
Saturday: 7am – 4pm
Sunday: 10am – 3pm


Berwick Markets
Akoona Market, just off the Princes Highway past Berwick, has been serving the locals for more than fifty years. With a wide variety of goods available, both new and used, you are sure to find something you like. The almond croissants alone will keep me coming back.

Berwick residents are also supplied with fresh local produce at the Casey-Berwick Farmers Market, held at the end of each month.

Akoona Market, cnr. Princes Hwy. & Cardinia St., 8.00 am-1.30 pm, Sunday.

Casey-Berwick Farmers' Market, Old Cheese Factory, Homestead Rd., 8.00 am-12.30 pm, fourth Saturday of each month.
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Where: Frankston, Dandenong, Berwick
Cost: $1 entry to Frankston Sunday Market
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