Give vintage and antique treasures a new home. Snap up one-off works from local artisans and fill your basket with fresh produce straight from the producer in Mornington Peninsula.
Lose a few hours in Mornington Peninsula's markets, justly famous for their extraordinary array of delicious local produce, plants, crafts, clothing and collectibles.
Source the works of talented local craftsmen and the produce of the regional market gardens and country kitchens in one convenient market location. Make a beeline for the famous Red Hill Market – started in 1975 as the first of its kind in Victoria and as much of an enduring legend as the exceptional food and wine it showcases. You'll find over 300 stalls offering everything from fresh produce and home baked breads, jams and preserves to handmade artisan crafts.
Markets large and small
After you've checked out the famed Red Hill, Mornington Racecourse and Mornington Main Street markets, drop in to bustling sites at Balnarring Racecourse Craft Market, Boneo Community Market and Rye Market, and soak up more of the peninsula's creative atmosphere.
Fresh treats and handmade treasures
Fill up with delights fresh from the field at provedores like Merricks and Somers general stores, Red Hill Cool Stores, the Tasting Station, Red Hill Cheese and Main Ridge Dairy. For handmade artisan crafts and design objects take a drive to the Red Hill and Mornington markets.
Boutiques to antiques
Browse specialist boutiques as you dart between cafes and beaches in Mornington, Sorrento and Flinders. Check out the handcrafted furniture, art and craft, and vintage finds at places like Red Hill House and Tree 1 in Flinders.
Make a beeline for Hastings and Tyabb, an emerging hub for vintage fashion and homewares. Scour the two acres of Victorian-era antiques at Tyabb Packing House, Australia's largest antique centre. Discover hard-to-find items and high fashion and leave with more than you bargained for from The Vintage Shed and The Vintage Emporium.
Take home some of the peninsula's inspired artworks and get to know the work's origins by stopping in to an artist's workshop, studio or private gallery.