The Latrobe Valley is a relatively small geographical section of Gippsland with the largest population, giving so many options for markets. In fact, if you know where you can visit a market nearly every Saturday morning and every Sunday. This page has been created for the ease of placing all the markets in one place. Please double check with the names of the markets especially if coinciding with public holidays.
Produce markets or Farmers Markets in Latrobe Valley
Food, drinks, perishables, desserts and more.
1st Saturday of the month
50 Mile Market Traralgon – At the VRI building and grounds on Queens Parade, Traralgon – next door to the Traralgon Art Society (8:30am – 1pm).
2nd Saturday of the month
50 Mile Market Morwell – Tarwin St, Morwell (8:30am – 1pm)
2nd Sunday of the Month
Rosedale Country Market, Prince Street Reserve near the Old School (7:30am – 1pm)
3rd Saturday of the Month (this is likely to be affected by Christmas/New Year in December so check the facebook page of the market)
Churchill Lions Club Market – Churchill Pub car park (8:30am – 1pm)
4th Saturday of the Month (this is likely to be affected by Christmas/New Year in December so check the facebook page of the market)
Traralgon Lions Farmers Market, Kay Street (8:30am – 1pm)
(The Traralgon Lions Club also do a Christmas twilight produce market 2016 fell on the 23rd of December and it was at Victory Park.)
Craft markets in Latrobe Valley
See the wares people clever people created and buy some. (You also might like checking out our local artists)
Second Saturday of the Month
Traralgon Craft Market – Kay St, Traralgon (9am – 1pm) (Except winter June, July, August)
The Morwell Sunday Market
As the name suggests is a market that runs every Sunday (check if close to Christmas)
A full bazarre of things from created goods, to bric a brac to antiques to collectables and food – check it out
Opening at 8am – 2pm
105 Latrobe Road, Morwell – behind the large cyprus trees. Lots of parking.
Entry is $1
Old Gippstown in Moe runs regular events throughout the year its a page to watch.
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We know technically Rosedale is in the Wellington Shire (but we run tours there too)...