THERE's always a market on somewhere in central Victoria and we have all the details for you.
Whether you are after something homemade or quirky, or great food, you're bound to find what you are looking for at these events.
Each week we will update the below list with the events in Bendigo and surrounds.
It's the Castlemaine Artists' Market's birthday and to celebrate thirteen great years, the market committee will once again host its Castlemaine Colossal Community Cake-Off.
The market will operate on the day of the cake competition, with something for all ages.
There will be more than 80 art, craft, and design stalls, plus face-painting, music and entertainment.
Cakes will be on display at the market from 10am.
The winning cakes will be announced at noon, and market-goers will be able to get a slice of their favourites for a donation.
Cakes will be judged by local Castlemaine celebrities.
Click this link to register.
Where: Castlemaine Artists Market, Western Reserve, corner of Wheeler and Forest streets.
When: Sunday, June 2, 9am-2pm.
Just across the road from the Castlemaine Artists' Market and the cake-off, attendees can find the freshest produce at this community market.
Spend the day filling your shopping basket and catching up with locals and farmers.
Where: IGA carpark, next to Victory Park, Forest Street, Castlemaine.
When: Sunday, June 2, from 9am.
The Maryborough Tourist Market is on again with even more great items and bargains for everyone.
The market features various stalls with crafts, produce, foods and much more.
Check out the stalls and enjoy a nice morning tea while you are out.
For more information, phone 0400 739 653.
Where: Alma and Nolan streets precinct, Maryborough.
When: Sunday, June 2, 8am-1pm.
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