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All reviews fresh produce railway station fruit and veg bric a brac samosas pancakes preserves old railway interesting stalls stalls selling dog treats lots of variety great country great sunday sunday outing sunday morning something for everyone
There is not much here other than food for lunch, or some basic homewares. Most stalls sell second hand junk, however some do stock beautiful homemade wares such as candles, soaps, crystals and woodwork. You just have to walk around. Delicious food carts throughout. The...More
Lost count of the stalls but you get variety - the good, the bad and the ugly here. Well worth the walk around and check them all out to snaffle some good buys, home made goodies, plants and wares. Even had some nice music. The...More
We stoped in on the Sunday market at Daylesford and was very pleased we did.
The market had something for everyone.
There was Christmas stalls, girly smelly stalls and second hand nik nak stalls for the fella”a.
The market wasn’t huge but we spent a...More
We haven’t been to the market for several years and was hoping that it had improved in that time but alas apart from having more stalls the market was just how we remembered!
Doubt that we will ever return!
Not much of a market goer so maybe it’s reflective in my review! A nice market with a few interesting stalls, but nothing that strikes it to be a distinctive market! If you are in the area and want to take a stroll, by all...More
Perfect place to spend a lazy sunny Sunday! I bought heaps of sauces and chutneys, some soaps, lots of lentils/pulses some good books on a bargain! Would definitely visit again if I am around on a Sunday!
Just a two minute drive out of town this country market has it all lots of yummy local produce,cloths,brick a brats,sensational local craft's from around the area,most stalls take espos so easy shopping call back into town afterwards to the many eateries to enjoy from...More
After a warm Saturday in Castlemaine, I drove to Daylesford Sunday morning through misty drizzle. There was a dramatic temperature drop but this didn't stop the crowds from coming or the stalls from setting up. Be prepared for the weather changes if visiting in Spring!...More
we stayed at the farmers arms art motel which was literally right next to the markets.
It can get very busy and lots of cars parked along the road so we were lucky we could just walk to the markets. Has all your typical type...More