Local Markets

Local Markets

Our markets showcase the region’s finest producers, creators and designers. Taste local coffee, pick up your local vegetables and fruits, indulge in yummy treats or snag a creative design

 

Port Fairy Farmers Market

The Port Fairy Farmers’ Market offers fresh local produce. Yummy items on offer include fruit, vegetables, flowers, honey, plants, preserves, wine, cheese, cakes, eggs, fudge and more. Its central location at Railway Place, lovely stallholders and a variety of good quality products make the Port Fairy Farmer’s Market a must to visit.

8am-1pm on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month.

Railway Place – Bank Street, Port Fairy

Port Fairy Community Market

The Port Fairy Community Market brings together a selection of locally grown and handmade products and produce. The large variety of quality stalls ensures there is something to tempt everyone. So whether you are looking for a unique gift for someone special or a delicious treat for yourself, the markets are sure to please.

9am-1pm on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month and weekly during January.

Railway Place – Bank Street, Port Fairy

Mortlake Market

The Mortlake Market is run by the Mortlake Community Development Committee and has various local stallholders. Relax in the shade at Market Square while you enjoy a freshly made coffee from Coffee with the Girls, a snag off the BBQ or a Sri Lankan delight from Sri Agri Kitchen. Browse the stalls for that special item with goods available including plants, handicrafts, Emu Oil products, food, sweet treats, books and all sorts of treasures.

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Stitched Textile Studio

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