Browse through a massive range of locally made goods when The Makers & Shakers Market returns to Melbourne. Discover a curated line-up of over 100 stalls, with many of the vendors attending their first event in two years. Expect homewares, sustainable fashion, food, drinks and more! The market is taking over the spacious Seaworks Maritime Precinct in Williamstown, on Saturday March 26 and Sunday March 27.
The Makers & Shakers Market
Take in beautiful city and ocean views, while exploring unique items at this market in Williamstown. Look forward to cool things like cold-brewed nitrogen tea, or luxurious knitwear made with yarn from alpacas in the Mornington Peninsula.
After you’ve browsed through the stalls, try a creative workshop, do some product tastings, see some installations and vibe to DJ sets. There will be a licensed outdoor bar, as well as plenty of food.
This event has joined forces with The Slow Fashion Market. So, while you’re shopping, spruce up your wardrobe with their range of ethical and sustainable clothing.
The Makers & Shakers Market is an official partner of the Australia Made Campaign, so you can shop knowing that everything on offer is made locally.
“When you buy Australian Made, you’re not just supporting the maker, but their workers or production networks across many supply chains – from material suppliers, to farmers to graphic designers,” said Emma Morris, founder of The Makers & Shakers Market.
Click here to see the full market line-up.