The Markets of Melbourne

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QV Night Market

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - A view of one of the lanes at the Queen Victoria Night Market, held every Wednesday evening during the winter months.
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South Melbourne Market

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - An aisle in the South Melbourne Market.
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Produce

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - Produce vendor at the South Melbourne Market.
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QV Produce

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - Produce for sale at the Queen Victoria Market.
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QV Produce

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - A produce stand at the Queen Victoria Market. Prices at the market are significantly cheaper than at the grocery store, and many vendors are willing to negotiate.

The South Melbourne Market

The Queen Victoria Market

The QV Night Market

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia – The markets in Melbourne are great and are much different than what I’m used to in Arizona. The two main markets in Melbourne are the Queen Victoria Market (in the CBD) and South Melbourne Market (in South Melbourne, not far from the CBD). Both markets are similar but have different vibes. The South Melbourne Market is more expensive and has a more upscale feel. The Queen Victoria Market is a bit more raucous, but is also cheaper. The Queen Victoria Market is also the location of the QV Night Market, a weekly nighttime event held during the winter months featuring vendors, food, drinks and live music.

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