EVERY WEDNESDAY...Rain, Hail or Shine! See you soon in Mornington!
MARKET IS BACK ON !
HANDMADE CRAFTS | HOME BAKED TREATS | HOME GROWN PLANTS & PRODUCE
You can contact all our stallholders on their individual links below.
Come to Mornington Main Street on a Wednesday, and your shopping options are even more endless! The Main Street Market has been running for over 40 years and is Victoria’s longest running street market! Interested in becoming a stall holder? CLICK HERE
Crafty Card - Handmade by Viv
Cards for all occasions m: 0400962986
Illustrations, prints, card and music. 0402674072 or email@example.com
The Collar Guy - Collars & Leads
Order directly wiith Ian 0459027941
Michael the Fruiterer
Orders via Kim Barnes firstname.lastname@example.org 0417 382 304
Peter's Slippers & Uggs
Peter & Katherine: email@example.com | 0419348181
Button 2 Button - Fabric jewellery
Japanese inspired firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Craft Dream - Sue Baker
Baby wear, toys & gifts. Sue: 0402436676
Mildura Avocados & Oranges
Martin: 0419207592 |
Peter's Vegetables - Hasting
Locally from Hastings & Tyabb. Call Ann directly: 0404047996
Steve Cantrell's Plants
Nursery plants: email@example.com | 0418837684
E & E Cottage Plants - Lea
Plants, herbs, baskets. Lea: 0417445150
Morn/Y.Valley Family Berries
Santo & Vince: 0417353788
Carrington Park Nursery - Eddies
Contact Eddie m: 0409941827
Embrace Mental Health Clothing
Jennie Walker Crystals
Crystals & stones: firstname.lastname@example.org | 9757 7515
Terry - Bird Feeders & Woodwork
“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
What about weather extremes?
Although the we try to operate the market every week there are some weeks where this isn’t possible due to extreme weather, please see below our high wind and heat policies.
40 degrees Celsius or above: The market may have limited stalls due to the heat 37 – 40 Degrees Celsius: Market times changed to 9am – 12pm