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Night Noodle Markets, Melbourne

The Night Noodle Markets are part of Good Food Month, Australia’s largest food festival. Over 17 summer nights, Birrarung Marr is transformed into a hawker market featuring delicious Asian food. You’ll find fare from Korea, Vietnam, China, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, India, Malaysia and Burma among the 30+ food stalls. If you love Asian food, you can’t miss it. If… Read More Night Noodle Markets, Melbourne

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Scenes from the Suzuki Night Market

In my post last week on the Big Design Market, I mentioned that there are markets galore in Melbourne. I do not get tired of them. I’m more of a looker than a buyer. I enjoy browsing and the feeling that I might find something really awesome that I can’t live without. It’s also a… Read More Scenes from the Suzuki Night Market

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Scenes from the Big Design Market

There are markets galore in Melbourne. In Miami, a farmer’s market is something of a novelty. In Melbourne, markets are just life. The Queen Victoria Market is probably Melbourne’s most famous market, but other suburbs also have a market with fresh fruits and vegetables, delis, butchers, fishmongers, and even home goods and clothing. Beyond these,… Read More Scenes from the Big Design Market

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Queen Victoria Market

The Queen Victoria Market is a huge open air market in Melbourne’s central business district (CBD). It’s a major landmark and the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. Locals call it the Queen Vic Market or the Vic Market. It has a colourful history. Before it was a market, the site was part… Read More Queen Victoria Market

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Salamanca Market

I enjoyed strolling through the Salamanca Market in Hobart during our stay in Tasmania. I love shopping. By shopping, I mean browsing. I rarely actually buy anything, but I still love going to markets. The Salamanca Market is a street market that takes place every Saturday. It opened in 1972 and only during the summers… Read More Salamanca Market