Mt Martha South Beach Market
The Mt Martha South Beach Market is a quarterly market held at the Mt
Martha House Lawn just off the Esplanade. It is a Free 'Dog Friendly' Event
with Free Local Parking in the surrounding area. With over 70 makers market
stalls it attracts large crowds and provides great views of Port Philip Bay.
Mt Martha South Beach Market
Soul Night Market - Mornington
This night makers market features art, fashion, jewellery and other
There are over 60 stalls and food trucks with offerings of local craft
beers, wine, champagne & cocktails with an outdoor lawn and food area.
White Hat can recommend it as a pleasant way to spend a
Friday evening either indoors or outdoors while listening to the
soul-inspired live music. Full details at
Market - Mornington>>
Moorooduc Station Makers Market
This new (2021) makers farmers and foodies market is set at the historic
Moorooduc Railway Station near Mt Eliza on the Mornington Peninsula. There
is plenty of parking , kids activities and more than 60 stalls.
White Hat recommends that you combine a visit to the market with a
historic train ride into Mornington and back and take the opportunity to
enjoy the picturesque scenery of the Mount Eliza Regional Park. Full details
Moorooduc Station Makers Market>>
Overlooking Phillip Island and set amongst the gum trees, enjoy browsing over 100 Stalls of Craft, Fresh Produce, Plants, Vintage Stalls, fresh Coffee and food. There is also a Childrens Corner comprising of horse rides, face painting, jumping castles and childrens stalls. Stall sites are 4x4m and cost $50 per site.
Vintage Market (Rosebud West)
Vintage Market - held at Broadway Bazaar. This is a permanent market, full of vintage and retro bargains
held in the old Broadway Theatre in Rosebud Pde, Rosebud.
(beach side of the Rosebud Cinemas.) With over 60 permanent stalls of clothing, bric a brac, collectables, jewelry, curios.
Café attached. Open 7 days. Mon - Sat : 9.30am - 5pm. Sun : 10am - 3pm
. More information at
Somerville Saturday Market
The Somerville Saturday Market features a wide range of goods including bric-a-brac, jewellry, crafts, secondhand goods and produce. It is run by the local Anglican church and has a local community atmosphere.
Red Hill Community Market
A large indoor/outdoor market featuring local produce and crafts.Most goods are home made, home grown or home baked. A small parking fee applies and dogs are not allowed.
Sorrento Makers Market
A street market held in the main street of Sorrento. It features quality craft and food stalls where everything for sale is made by the artisan selling it.
Rye Foreshore Market
An outdoor community market featuring a range of goods including, produce, gifts, craft and plants.
Bittern Country Market
An outdoor market next to the railway station with trash & treasure, craft & local produce. You can find more information on Bittern Market in our
newsletter No.144 and
Boneo Community Market
A true community market operating since 1977 on the third Saturday of every month. 150-200 stalls of fresh local fruit & vegetables, cheese, plants and crafts of every description in a rural setting.
Mornington Racecourse Market
A large market with arts & crafts and produce. Parking fees apply and dogs are prohibited. The Mornington Racecourse market operates predominantly on the second Sunday of the month 9am to 2pm all year round.
Mornington Village Shopping Centre Market
An indoor market with home made and home produced goods.
Mornington Wednesday Market
This is not one of your "let's try it and see if it works" markets that has cropped up in recent years - this one has been around for 30 years rain, hail or shine and shows no signs of getting any less popular. White Hat can recommend this market (one of Victoria’s longest running street markets) as well worth a visit for those interested in homemade crafts, baked goodies, home grown plants and produce.
Hastings on Westernport Craft Market
An outdoor market with crafts and produce
Rosebud Community Market
Featuring a wide range of goods. The market on the 5th Saturday of the month is a trash & trasure market.
Pearcedale Farmers Market
On the way to Mornington call in and check out our fresh food farmers' market of local and regional producers set in a lovely semi-rural environment. Rain hail or shine - Honey,cheese,eggs,meat,gluten free cakes,vegies,native plants,puddings,seasonal berries and much more.
Mt Eliza Farmers' Market
Come and enjoy the relaxed Sunday market atmosphere, whilst chatting to producers about their growing, rearing and cooking tales. Accompanied by a back drop of live music, children’s activities and the smells of freshly brewed coffee and a cooked breakfast – it’s a morning not to be missed.
Red Hill Farmers' Market
Be part of the relaxed and friendly atmosphere whilst browsing and purchasing fresh organic vegetables, meat, jams, spices, eggs, a variety of home made pasta, cheese, olive oil, prepared on site hot food, great coffee and much more.
Only 60 minutes from the City, marvel at the surrounding vineyards, nearby Arthur’s Seat Look Out, or 100's of things to do - maybe catch up with nat at portc.
Somers Winter Market
Somers Winter Market is a boutique market held annually in the idyllic seaside hamlet of Somers. Held in the tranquil grounds of the Coolart Wetlands and Homestead. Arts & Crafts, Winter Food, Childrens Activities, and more.
Entry by Gold Coin donation. All proceeds go to the Somers Pre-School.
Dromana Market @ DriveIn
currently closed for winter
Home Harvest Exchange - food swap
Exchanging produce has been going on since the earliest days of European
settlement and for most born before the 1960s (and many after that) would
have been a regular part of life. With changing lifestyles and serious vegetable
gardens, chooks and other livestock disappearing from quarter acre blocks the
practice has become less common. However White Hat has recently noticed a
growing trend to revive the practice in a more formal manner and where better to
do it than Heronswood
with its wonderful program of preserving heritage varieties of fruit and
vegetables. So locals are urged to bring their excess fresh home-grown produce
and go home with someone else's. As the publicity says "Meet the neighbours,
swap recipes, build community and healthy living; reduce food waste and
food miles; and stretch the
budget. Fruit, vegies, herbs, eggs, jams, and other produce. No money
exchanged. Bring your produce and a smile. One bunch of parsley is enough."
Tootgarook Primary School Community Market
An outdoor market selling bric-a-brac, food, and general goods.