Support local this week and head to one of the many central Victorian markets.
Whether you prefer small markets or big markets you are bound to find what you are looking for at one of these events.
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The Showgrounds Market is a family-friendly market with a community atmosphere that is open nearly every Sunday.
The market features something for everyone.
There will be plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, coffee stalls, plants, clothing, furniture, crafts and much more.
Where: Prince of Wales Showgrounds, Holmes Road, Bendigo.
When: Sunday, March 6, from 8.30am.
The Castlemaine Farmers Market has the freshest produce available in the local region and celebrates this with weekly market and a large monthly community market.
The weekly market is held every Wednesday and is for local producers only. It is held at 3.30pm to 6pm.
The monthly market is held on the first Sunday of every month and brings in producers and farmers from the central Victorian region.
The market boasts fruits and vegetables; meats and cheeses; homemade cakes, jams, preserves; wine and beer, plants, livestock and much, more.
COVID-19 measures are in place.
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Where: Mostyn Street, adjacent to Castlemaine Market Building (Castlemaine Visitor Centre), Castlemaine.
When: Sunday, March 6, 9am to 1pm.
Open every Saturday of the year, the Wesley Hill Market has something for everyone to enjoy.
There will be unique items, fresh fruits and vegetables and much more.
Stall holders must book beforehand. To book a stall call 0418 117 953.
Where: Corner of Duke Street, Pyrenees Highway and Van Heurck Street, Castlemaine. Opposite the Albion Hotel.
When: Weekly on Saturdays, from 9am to 1pm.
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