A little bit of everything in Queen Vicky market

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by savella on February 2, 2004

The Queen Vicky, as the melbournians call it, is a very good way to see the locals and all the main local products. Looking for the outside of the market, you can't really tell how big this place is. You can easily spend a couple of hours or even the whole day in there just looking at the fruits. In there you can easily find Greek, French, Italian, and Far Eastern products.

If you are after souvernirs to take back home,I do suggest to get them for there as they are cheaper than the high street.

There you can find all sorts of fruits from all over the world,for mangoes(which are the best i have ever tasted)to good old granny smiths apples. If you are after a digiredoo, do have a look in the market as again they sell them a lot cheaper, and plus you will get the real thing.

Being called the Queen Victoria Market, it is the queen of markets I have ever seen.

Queen Victoria Market
513 Elizabeth St
Melbourne, Australia, 3000
+61 (0)3 9320 5822


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