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Wednesday Main Street Market


Wed 2 Jan 2019, 9:00am–3:00pm
Wed 9 Jan 2019, 9:00am–3:00pm
Wed 16 Jan 2019, 9:00am–3:00pm
Wed 23 Jan 2019, 9:00am–3:00pm
Wed 30 Jan 2019, 9:00am–3:00pm

Where: Wednesday Main Street Market Site, Main Street, Mornington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: marketr44

Head to Mornington any Wednesday and you’ll find the town bustling with the chatter of stallholders and locals enjoying a day out at the weekly Wednesday market. Started in 1979, the Main Street Market has stood the test of time and is now Victoria’s longest running weekly street market. Even after 32 years the market continues to delight locals and visitors alike with the “home baked, handmade and home-grown” goodies on offer from over 60 stalls throughout the Main Street of Mornington.

From 9am every Wednesday, rain, hail or shine the market runs. You will find a variety of stalls ranging from fresh produce to handmade jewellery, fashion, craft, baked goods and home décor. Food vendors and buskers are also a big hit with the crowds—nothing says market more than music, a sausage in bread, Gozleme or homemade dim sim!

Each market stall is independently owned and operated and offer an eclectic mix of unique goods. You can find fashion and accessories for adults, handmade outfits for the little ones, crafted toys and of course, lots of fresh produce. From eggs, bread, veggies, fruit, cakes and more, Wednesday is the place for your weekly shop.

The combination of stalls and boutique businesses in Main Street make this the perfect shopping destination. So, whether you are looking for an original gift for a friend, child or something special for yourself, the Main Street Market is the place to find it!

“The market is known far and wide, and shares Mornington’s success as a friendly, vibrant place to be. Wednesday is ‘market day’; it’s a part of the town’s culture.” - 2015 Mayor of Mornington Bev Colomb

“Mornington market brings such a diversity of local produce and crafts to our wonderful township, it is a true tradition.” - Councillor Anne Shaw

“Mornington market is an awesome example of how the people make the place—it’s a huge community event! There is plenty for the whole family whether it’s budding artists or quality street food!” - Briars Ward Councillor Andrew Dixon