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The volunteer-run Veg Out Community Garden's farmers' market, open the first Saturday of each month, overflows with local organic produce, jams and preserves, handmade bread and sundry delights to fill up...
Breathe in deeply: that’s the smell of gum trees, the Yarra River and fresh crêpes with jam. Markets don’t get much more therapeutic than this one; and that’s before you discover the locally-made...
Liven up your dreadlocks with a new woven accessory, have your runes read by a wizard, then fill your belly with spicy eggplant korma. Not your cup of honey chai? Fear not: this bona fide alternative market...
Markets and shopping events in Melbourne
Local designers selling beautiful objects fill Brunswick Town Hall
Featuring 250 stalls of hot design talent
Thinking of hibernating through winter? Time to reconsider
The Melbourne label stretches its wings
Vintage shops in Melbourne
Your favourite decades and influences covered
A treasure trove of items from around the globe
Saving the planet one item of clothing at a time
Furniture, decor and clothing in the heart of Sydney Road
Boutique shops in Melbourne
A super cute boutique stocking women's wear from South Korea
A shopping precinct that only houses socially conscious brands
A curated collection of the latest Scandinavian fashion
Good quality basics with an edge from siblings Georgie and Alex Cleary
Stores in Melbourne
The New York brand bringing high end fashion to Emporium
High-end, luxurious women's fashion comes to Melbourne
Welcome to the Japanese kingdom of high quality, low cost basics
Modern elegance is at the heart of this Australian label
Melbourne shopper's guides
Here are the gems of Melbourne’s iconic Chapel St
Venture past Brunswick for offbeat shopping and Melbourne's best falafel
Seek out the unexpected boutiques and shops tucked away
Mega-malls are surprisingly fun these days
Melbourne's best shops
Shopping that's good for the body, soul and the environment
Fancy a well-thumbed read?
From goth, steampunk, punk, rockabilly and everything in between
Don’t know your oolong from your pu’erh tea?