Ballarat Farmers Market Twilight Christmas Market

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On a Friday night just before Christmas, Ballarat Farmers Market holds a very special market focusing on gifts, artwork, jewellery, homewares, clothing, woodwork, leather goods, dog treats and pet gifts, garden art, gourmet food, sweets and treats, wine, gin, cider and more. There will also be some essential produce – fresh berries, fruit, cheese, eggs, honey, bread and smallgoods.

Grab dinner from the hot food vans (wide range including paella, gozleme, Dutch pancakes, Malaysian, Cornish pasties, seafood, twisty potato and sausage sizzle) and, of course, there will be coffee vans on site.

Stallholders from regular monthly Ballarat Farmers Markets will be attending, along with many stalls coming just for this event. Stallholders will feature Christmas specials and Christmas gift packs.

More than 200 stallholders will be attending, so mark the date and enjoy this special opportunity. In past years over 10,000 shoppers attended, with many stalls selling out. Come early to be sure of the widest range!


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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

  • Fri 20 Dec


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