THERE'S always a market on somewhere in central Victoria, full of the fresh produce and great gifts you're looking for.
Whether you prefer smaller local markets or the biggest Victorian markets, you are bound to find what you are looking for at these events.
This Sunday market is one of country Victoria's biggest and best markets.
The market features a large range of foods, crafts, plants, books, tools, the new and the used.
There will be plenty of pet supplies, plants, homemade foods, clothing, crafts, books, health products, toys, gadgets, bric-a-brac, hot food, coffee and teas and much, much more.
This market is one not to be missed.
Where: The Prince of Wales Showgrounds, 42-72 Holmes Road, Bendigo.
When: Sunday, March 1, from 8.30am to 2pm.
The Castlemaine Artists Market boasts 60 artists, crafters and designers in one location.
This family friendly market includes ceramics, leather goods, clothing, photography, prints and much more.
There will also be live music and food.
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Where: Western Reserve, Forest Street, Castlemaine.
When: Sunday, March 1, 9am to 2pm.
If you want the region's best produce, then head to the Castlemaine Farmers Market.
Across from the Castlemaine Artists Market, there will be plenty of farmers and producers with their best foods and delicacies available for purchase.
The market includes fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, jams, preserves and more.
Where: IGA carpark, next to Victory Park, Forest Street, Castlemaine.
When: Sunday, March 1, from 9am.
MARYBOROUGH LIONS MARKET
The Maryborough Lions Market is on again, with its various stalls and great atmosphere.
The stalls feature great produce and the best gifts in the region.
Money raised by the club goes towards community projects and causes.
For all stallholder enquiries, please phone Max Berry on 0421 435 674.
Where: Corner Nolan and Alma Streets, Maryborough.
When: Sunday, March 1, 8am to 1pm (market precinct closed to road traffic).
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