"Lardner Park lends itself as a fantastic venue for a CMA regional arts, craft and fresh produce market and is ideally located midway between Drouin and Warragul.
The site is well sign posted from the Eastern and Western approach of the Princess Highway.
From the traditional to contemporary, an eclectic mix of textures, materials and surfaces make up a huge range of distinctive products all hand made from original designs.
Treat your taste buds to a thorough workout from the gourmet smorgasbord of foods on offer. Culinary delights include savories, scrumptious cheeses, wines, tasty pasta, freshly brewed coffee, tantalising teas, zesty fruit juices, home styles baking along side modern cakes and enticing preserves plus seasonal injections of fruits and vegetables. Ample parking, large undercover pavilion and only 1 hour easy drive from Melbourne. Located midway between Drouin and Warragul.
Mel Ref X912 U8, parking is $3."
"Located in one of the State's most picturesque settings, this market has
so much to offer.
Flowers bunched and potted spill out onto the walkway at the entrance, music can be heard in the distance. Follow the sandy road through the stalls, stopping to have a chat to the bakers, makers and growers you meet along the way.
A foodie's delight, be sure to come hungry."
"Melbourne is a city of well-kept secrets, and Sir William Fry Reserve is one of those: a hidden oasis in the middle of the urban jungle.
Think outside the concrete boxes, because you’ll find what you’re looking for here without stepping foot in a shopping centre. This high-quality makers market offers handmade, homegrown and home baked excellence, from food to beauty and décor for every home, in a clean and green family-friendly space.
Venture outside at Sir William Fry Reserve, and experience a liberating shopping experience in the heart of Melbourne’s bayside suburbs.