A huge Spring market is happening in Geelong West this weekend

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A huge Spring market is happening in Geelong West this weekend

The Piccadilly Spring Market is taking over the Geelong West Town Hall with makers, live music and spring vibes.

Hello Spring! It’s officially that time of the year where the urge to freshen up your home, wardrobe and office spaces takes hold (albeit a little more wet than usual), and what better way to do just that than exploring the beloved Piccadilly market this Spring?

Going down this weekend, on Sunday, October 9, from 10am to 3pm, the Piccadilly Spring Market is all about supporting the local makers in the region – and after the couple of years that we’ve all had, there’s never been a better time to support locals.

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Simply described as a design market, the Piccadilly Market is perfect for those wanting to support local businesses all under one roof after an extremely trying year, giving shoppers the opportunity to talk to the makers and get a feel for bespoke handmade products.

Following a huge success last month, market is embracing the good vibes of Spring and will see the beloved Geelong West Town Hall transform into the kind of indoor market worth getting excited about, tempting you to peruse the very best of the region with live entertainment and artisan market stalls.

At this all inside venue, the market will be hosting more than 50 stalls spanning Geelong’s most talented jewellers, fashion designers, illustrators, artists, food producers, and makers, all be there to provide you with quirky buys and artsy gift ideas for everyone on your fast-approaching Christmas list.

Alongside all the products up for grabs, this epic Spring market will also see live music, all the Spring vibes, and the Geelong West venue is surrounded by some of the best cafes in town. Head in early and get a coffee before browsing the stalls, or fuel up with a delicious lunch once you’re finished shopping.

And let’s be real: this market is also great for maybe picking up a little something for yourself (after you’ve gotten your Christmas list all sorted, of course).

Parking and entry to this massive market is completely free, but a gold coin donation is appreciated.

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