Queenscliffe Community Market is held at Lower Princes Park with over 190 stalls with high quality items, handcrafts, home baking, clothes and more.
Established in 1975 the QCM is run by a voluntary committee and has continuously operated on the last Sunday of the month from September to May. Stalls a purposely kept at an affordable price to attract innovative stall holders who sell high quality, handmade, home grown, produce, artworks and goods.
The Market is a great place for many Queenscliff locals who catch up on market day, fundraising, shopping or just strolling. Local community groups have benefited from funding assistance.
Some of the projects supported by the QCM donations to;
* the Queenscliff Film Society
* Point Lonsdale Surf Living Club
* Coutas Auskick program
* Queenscliff Toy Library
* the establishment of the Swan Bay Nursery
* local events, including the Eas of Word and the Queenscliff Music Festival
* the Bellarine Cemeteries Trust
* the establishment of a new playspace located on the waterfront in Princess Park
Come down to Lower Princess Park, check out whats new for the season, listen to the music, try out the web climber at the Playspace. take a stroll along the pier, catch up with friends and be part of a vibrant community.
The Queenscliff Community Market is held on the last Sunday of the month | September to May.
Barwon Heads Market is a community market bringing together a diverse range of products.
Barwon Heads Market has over 30 stalls of fresh fruit and vegies, home made crafts and jewellery, home grown, plants, craft, clothing, Devonshire tea and a sausage sizzle.
The Cowrie market has come along way from small beginnings and supported many budding artists along the way. We are a proud of our market, it has become one of the biggest art and craft markets in the area, drawing a regular large crowd rain hail and shine!
The Mt Eliza Farmers’ Market is a not for profit initiative of the Mt Eliza Chamber of Commerce.
Since its launch in March 2010 the market has become recognised for its high quality seasonal produce. Our market is accredited by the Victorian Famers’ Market Association. The VFMA’s accreditation program advocates best practice and celebrates the work of genuine farmers, specialty makers and farmers’ markets. It ensures the credibility of farmers’ market stallholders in a transparent process. Fi
One of larger and most popular markets on the Bellarine Peninsula is the Point Lonsdale Market held at the local primary school. The market features a fair bit of local produce from locally made jams to spuds straight from the farmers cart. Lovers of art and craft are not forgotten either with plenty home made clothes and artworks up for great prices.
Fresh local produce cultivated by local farmers. Quality handmade products. Only a short walking distance from South Morang Station.
Celebrate your community with live music, kids activities and more.
The market is a short walk from South Morang station in the Civic Centre carpark at 25 Ferres Boulevard.
Set amongst the shady gum trees of Ocean Grove Park, the Ocean Grove Market is one of the Bellarine Peninsula’s best Sunday Markets. This market features a whole range of quality stalls and regularly has over seventy, with a many selling local items including beautiful hand crafts, freshly Bellarine Peninsula produce, a variety of plants including natives and ornamental plus there is always plenty of great food and refreshments.
Community Market bringing together a diverse range of products – fresh food, homewares, gifts, jewellery, clothing, sausage sizzle and Devonshire Teas!