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Here Are The 9 Best Markets On The Mornington Peninsula

We know there’s much to get excited about when journeying around our region, between the pristine waters of our beaches and the beating heart that is our colourful hinterland. And as a scene to continually fascinate, captivate and conjure curiosity, the markets of the Mornington Peninsula represent unmissable experiences for you and your crew. Wondering where to start? Not to worry, we’ve compiled the 9 Best Markets for you here to explore more of:

 

      1. Red Hill Community Market

Established in 1975, the Red Hill Community Market has remained one of the most iconic destinations to explore more of on the first Saturday of the month (September-May). Look forward to the cheerful atmosphere, alongside stallholders who are the masters of their trade. Seasonal produce, garden decor and an extensive range of culinary treats provide endless temptation for the whole family.

Keen to visit? (We’ll see you there!) Check out all the details for the iconic Red Hill Community Market here.

      2. Food Yard at Mornington Station

Street food, shopping and entertainment collide to create the vibrant Food Yard at Mornington Station, located at the disused end of the old Mornington Railway Line. Rally your friends together for an unmatched evening of taste sensations and diverse music and comedy performances.

Explore more of the crowd's favourite Food Yard at Mornington Station here.

      3. Moorooduc Station Market

Next stop? For all the foodies out there, this is a destination delight. All aboard the Moorooduc Station Market, where there is something for everyone to enjoy. You'll even have the chance to ride the historic train into Mornington and back, enjoying the stunning scenery of the Mount Eliza Regional Park.

Stopover at the wonderful Moorooduc Station Market here.

      4. Mornington Racecourse Market

For 27 years, the Mornington Racecourse Market has continued to bring an abundance of flavour and creativity to visitors, both new and existing. Fresh produce, unique jewellery designs, local wines, flowering blooms and more are here to be discovered (and we know you'll love every step of the way!)

Learn more about the Mornington Racecourse Market here.

      5. Mt Martha South Beach Market

With panoramic sea vistas providing the perfect backdrop, there’s no looking past the Mt Martha South Beach Market. Meet the local makers and creators, sample delicious flavours and browse through colourful and quirky handmade gifts. All this and more awaits.

Uncover your next treasure at the Mt Martha South Beach Market here.

      6. Point Nepean Portsea Market

Positioned in one of the region's most picturesque and historically significant settings, the Point Nepean Portsea Market is a must-visit for all garden gurus, craft enthusiasts and, of course, foodies. Come and meet the bakers, makers, and growers dotted in and around the numerous stalls, who are ready to share their produce and passion with you. If you’ve got the time, we strongly recommend exploring more of the 1852 Quarantine Station, incorporating nearly 50 heritage listed buildings.

Need more info on the Point Nepean Portsea Market? We have it all for you here.

      7. Soul Night Market Mornington

The Soul Night Market at Dromana Estate in Tuerong is the perfect place to shop, eat, drink and relax. Bring a picnic rug to enjoy the tranquillity of the grounds or get up and have a boogie to some live music!

Find dates for the next Soul Night Market Mornington here.

      8. The Factory Antique Market

Offering the most exciting way to embark on a treasure hunt, The Factory Antique Market in Dromana abounds with unique finds and hidden gems. From collectables to clothing, glassware to jewellery, you’ll have no trouble finding something shiny, history-laden or simply extraordinary.

Take a look at all the excitement to be witnessed at The Factory Antique Market here.

      9. The Mount Martha Briars Market

Surrounded by charming wildlife and glorious greenery, The Mount Martha Briars Market welcomes you from the very moment you step foot on the grass. Browse through fresh produce, gifts and homewares and chat to the passionate stallholders (all of whom love their craft!)

Explore more of The Mount Martha Briars Market here.

Time for an adventure? With these markets on the map, it’s a definite yes. The only decision you’ll need to make now is where to begin!

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