Skirting the city of Melbourne, just north of it to be exact, is a little town with a big heart, and an even bigger Market. Here, in North Melbourne the locals have been beavering away grinding the tastiest coffee in the southern hemisphere, reviving vintage classics, serving up the biggest omelettes in the a.m. and the biggest mojitos at p.m. and being visited by the best of Melbourne's Festivals. Right here, the North Melbourne Market is setting up shop every month, wall-to-wall, room-to-room, chandelier-to-chandelier with stalls.
Slap bang in the middle of Errol Street, the Thread Den team flip open the unassuming double doors to the Melbourne Lithuanian Club and switch on every light for an indoor market adventure of 70 stalls. Stalls that sell vintage fabrics and clothing, sweet treats, local designer clothing, kids head-to-toe cute stuff, handmade jewellery, homewares, artists' creations fair trade products and other particularly and peculiarly unique things you've never seen before. Trailing along the lobby towards the ballroom and winding up a flight of stairs, it defies how much talent you can squeeze under one roof.
The North Melbourne Market runs on one Sunday per month from 10am to 3pm.
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