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SUNDAY MARKET @ DOCKLANDS

EVERY SUNDAY - Free Entry

10am - 5pm

Waterfront City Piazza

CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL @ DOCKLANDS

Presenting a dynamic new market, this aims to be a hybrid of a European market, such as in London, Paris or Barcelona, with an Australian accent, such as Hobart’s Salamanca market. Making it the ultimate eco-friendly market where new and pre-loved goods can become someone's treasure, therefore reducing our carbon footprint.

A market in the heart of Melbourne’s Docklands, with Arts, vintage Japanese embellisehd fashion. Burbles bangles and Bright shiny beads/glass precious and crystal jewellery. Pacific island bone carvings, australian beauty products, baby clothes, hats & scarfs, Bonsai trees, handmade flower, reclaimed wood furniture, a wonderful selection of second hand books, soy candles, kids face painting.

Be entertained by Terry the piano player, and lots more surprises, find a treasure, have a meal and make a day of it. Easy to find in the centre of Melbourne on the waterfront, with plenty of on-site parking, as well as easy tram access, the free City Circle tram as well as Tram 48 from Flinders St, Tram 86 from Bourke St, Tram 30 from La Trobe st. Sunday, all-day, tram tickets are only $2.50.

More information at docklandsundaymarket.com.au

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