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Caribbean Gardens and Market
Young, old, or somewhere in-between we've managed to cater for everyone. You can shop, have lunch, stroll around the lake, watch the kids on the rides/playground or perhaps just sit back, relax, and soak up the wonderful atmosphere Caribbean Gardens creates.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Markets; Parks and Gardens; Shopping;
CERES Community Environment Park
Brunswick East
CERES Community Environment Park - Winner of Premier's Sustainability Award 2007
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Categories: Markets; Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Parks and Gardens;
City of Stonnington
On the fringe of the city, just south of the Yarra, are some of Melbourne's most famous shopping precincts - Chapel Street, Toorak Road, High Street, Toorak Village, Glenferrie Road and Waverley Road.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Galleries, Museums and Collections; Markets; Shopping;
Dandenong Market
The Dandenong Market is situated in the heart of Dandenong and embraces many cultures. The first Market day was in 1866, making Dandenong Market one of Victoria's oldest markets. The market has recently undergone a $26 million redevelopment and now offers a fine selection of fresh produce, quality butchers, deli items and seafood as well as a vast array of fruit and vegetables, plants, baked goods, jewellery, homewares, toys and clothing. The market attracts a diverse range of customers from local shoppers to overseas visitors and tourists from Victoria and interstate. Visitors come to the market for unusual items, many of which are imported from Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Brazil, China and Malaysia to cater for the many origins and exotic tastes. Come to the Dandenong Market and experience a highly personable shopping experience as you chat with stallholders and experience the sights, sounds and smells that make Dandenong Market a delicious destination. You'll need to bring a caravan of camels to carry off your bundles of exotic ingredients, fresh produce and wonderful wares, and now you can experience a personally guided tour of this special Market. Intrepid travellers can explore the Market with an experienced food guide with plenty of stops along the way to explore and taste exotic and unusual ingredients. Visit the website for more information.
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Categories: Markets;
Queen Victoria Market
Melbourne CBD
Opened in 1878, the Queen Victoria Market is more than just Melbourne's shopping mecca. This 19th century market is a historic landmark, tourist attraction and an institution for all Melburnians.
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Categories: Markets;
St Kilda Esplanade Market
St Kilda
Since 1970, The Esplanade Market is a St Kilda Sunday delight. It's famous for a good reason- there's something for everyone and more! Enjoy browsing through works by more that 130 artists and crafts people in Melbourne's open-air gallery by the sea. Shop for handcrafted gifts and souvenirs, from furniture to jewellery, and buy direct from the artists that created them. New stalls are added to the market on a regular basis, so there is always something new to catch your eye. Don't miss this unique and refreshing shopping experience!
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Categories: Markets;

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