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.
With a great selection of stalls, the Marong market is the perfect place to support small businesses in and around the Bendigo region.
Stalls include fresh produce, arts and crafts, children's clothing, handmade jewellery, local artists, candles, garden art, plants food.
Where: Australian Eucalyptus Oil Company, 36 Adams Street, Marong.
When: Saturday, July 27, 9am-2pm.
ROCHESTER TOWN MARKET
The weather outside might be cold but there is always a warm welcome at the Rochester town market.
Shoppers can enjoy and buy fresh produce, cakes, gifts and so much more.
Stallholders please confirm attendance on 5484 3600.
When: Saturday, July 27, 8.30am-12.30pm.
This Sunday market is country Victoria's biggest market and features a large range of foods, crafts, plants, books, tools, the new and the used.
Whether you are looking for fresh produce, pet supplies, plants, homemade foods, clothing, crafts, books, health products, toys, gadgets, bric-a-brac, hot food, coffee and teas, this market has it all and more.
Where: The Prince of Wales Showgrounds, 42-72 Holmes Road, Bendigo.
When: Sunday, July 28, 8.30am-2pm.
This weekly weekend market has you covered with all your food, coffee, gardening and gift needs.
No matter the weather, the Wesley Hill market will run. Admission and parking is free.
For stall bookings and queries, phone 0418 117 953.
Where: Corner Duke and Van Heurck Street, Castlemaine (opposite Albion Hotel).
When: Every Saturday, 9am-1pm.
If you've got a market that you want to include, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 5434 4470.
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