Daylesford Sunday Market
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Andrew F
Melbourne, Australia18 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Couples
Enjoyed a bratwurst in a roll which was quote nice, albeit expensive at $15. Bought a delicious sour dough loaf and some non-alcoholic Apple cider (at a more reasonable price). Highlight of the market is definately the train rides. A refurbished heritage old train takes you to Balarto and back. Great fun and worth the $20. Highly recommend!
Written 20 January 2020
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vactionerAmsterdam
London, UK106 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2022 • Family
We timed our visit to Daylesford to coincide with the Sunday market, expecting a nice range of arts, antiques, food and drinks. But what was on offer was a small, mediocre market which was less interesting than most Victorian country markets. Certainly not a standalone destination.
Written 2 January 2022
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Stan C
Melbourne, Australia96 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023
Ok, I generally get dragged to markets by my wife which ends up with me standing around while she visits every stall under the sun. This happened again but the Daylesford market has a lot of variety for old grumpy blokes. There is a bloke that sells biltong, a chili maker, and a few places that sell wine, spirits, and so on. There is something for everyone with the train station, several pretty good food stalls, and a fair few trash and treasure types. I'd recommend the Gordons hat shop in particular that sells some great quality hats. Well, if that doesnt work there is a good shop 5 minutes away that does hot chocolate that is really good and you can wait there...
Written 23 April 2023
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roy v
Traralgon, Australia5,869 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021
While holidaying at Creswick we travelled the short distance to Daylesford to check out the market, it was very good, one of the best attended and largest markets we have been to in a long time .
Well laid out in the railway station grounds it was very well organised.
Some good food stalls there, we had a nice lunch from one selling Potatoe Rotti.
Plenty of clothes stalls, lots of different food and plant vendors and every sort of nicknacks , tools, bags, antiques, craft the list goes on .
Well worth attending when your in the area.
Written 3 February 2021
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Simon B
City of Greater Geelong, Australia4,033 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2020 • Solo
Gold coin entry replaced by free hand sanitiser in these odd virus times.
Half as many stalls from last visit in 2019 (due probably to restrictions).
Still enough to fill a basket with excellent local produce (fruit, veg, cheese, eggs, honey).
Beautiful autumnal setting.
Written 24 May 2020
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rushing-man
Ballarat, Australia202 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
Read about this through our local accommodation and decided to check it out.

Parking was hard to come by, such was the popularity of the market. We fluked one close by and started looking around.

The market itself seemed to be set up in areas. One area was your typical flea market with lots of used and second hand items. There was an area for new items. And the final area was food stalls/trucks.

All in all I’m glad we had a look but it’s probably not something I’d return to.
Written 15 January 2024
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Chris Bril
Melbourne, Australia190 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2013 • Couples
I found lots of cool vintage things but wow there was so much crap here. Lots of hippie, hand made merchandise and out and out crap. If you have the patience there are real gems to be found.
Written 16 April 2013
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Dean H
Ballarat, Australia231 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Solo
A Sunday morning institution, this market has been going for more than 30 years, and is a must do every Sunday. The depth of stalls varies, depending on the weather. It's all over by 1:30 - 2:00, so get there early, 9 to 10am is best. The main area under the trees is full of regular stall holders and not many bargains can be found here. Down on the lower level neer the carpark is where the casual stalls are and this is where all the margins are, so do this area first. Coffee and hot food is available from a number of stall holders, some good, some great and some not so good.
Written 6 September 2015
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iamKelly
Melbourne, Australia128 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2012 • Friends
Daylesford: Try to make Daylesford Sunday Market. It’s at the railway station, some parking on site and in the main road, they sell just about anything. It is a farmers market, we got good fresh vegetables. There are some antiques, collectables, homemade clothing and junk at this market. You can take a ride on the tourist train if you that goes from the middle of the market.
Written 15 April 2012
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Karen M
Daylesford, Australia1,323 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2016
You can visit the Daylesford Sunday Market every Sunday of the year (unless Christmas Day falls on a Sunday) and that is one of its charms. Locals go early to pick up their fruit, vegetables, plants, eggs, bread & honey, while visitors come a little later & spend hours browsing the bric-a-brac, old tools, handmade hats, furniture & clothing. The Market is on the site of the Daylesford Railway and vintage train rides are very popular as well. Don't miss a visit to this grand old institution.
Written 10 January 2016
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