It may not be quite as good as the traditional Christmas Market, but Melbourne’s Valentine’s Day celebration is sure to be worth your time.
Melbourne’s Valentine and Easter Market will be celebrating its 30th year with a new look, as well as introducing new seasonal produce.
For those not yet on board, the Valentine’s day festivities will take place at the Victoria Market, where the Valentine is traditionally baked, and the Easter is celebrated on the streets of Melbourne.
If you are a fan of the classic Christmas Market with its traditional flavours, you can catch a glimpse of the new Victorian Christmas Market at the Melbourne Market at 11am on Saturday January 25.
The Victoria Market is the most famous Victorian Christmas market in Australia.
The Victorian Market was established in 1884, but has been continuously operating for the past 100 years.
As well as the old Victorian Market, the Victorian Market has grown to include a variety of new seasonal food, including a variety for the special occasion, including pumpkin and apples.
The Victorian Market is also celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2017 with a special Christmas Day Market.
The festival is scheduled for Thursday, January 26, 2018 from 11am to 5pm, at Victoria Market.
The Victoria Christmas Market is known for its distinctive flavours, and will feature traditional favourites like puddings, cookies, cakes and even cookies with a sprinkling of spice and cinnamon.
Get your shopping done with the Victoria Christmas Marketplace, starting at 12:30pm on Friday, January 27.
It is also expected to host the inaugural Valentine’s Market, which is slated for Saturday, January 28.
You can also enjoy the Victoria Holiday Festival, starting on Saturday, February 1.
Victoria Holiday Festival is a two-day festival of events, food and music, which will be held in the town of St Albans.
There will be over 300 vendors, including traditional Christmas vendors and a number of new Christmas vendors.
You can check out the full list of vendors here.
Check out the Victoria Valentine’s Eve Market, starting January 28 from 12pm to 4pm, and then head to the Victorian Easter Market, from 12:00pm to 5:00am, on Saturday February 1 at the Victorian market.
Check out more Victorian Christmas events here.
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