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Ok if you want to grab something for the garden. Plants are great value. You really only have to walk the first 4 isles because it’s much the same after that. Foods great and the food truck part is fantastic. There's something for everyone.
Beware of the first seller at the entrance of the covered area (right in the central part of the corridor).
He was selling cookies at a very good price and I bought few of them.
Then I have realised these cookies had an “expiration date”...More
We went here due to attending the Knox Street Eats festival. The festival was average compared to the excellent edition we attended in Narre Warren.
The gardens themselves were great fun for a kid. So much too do;
Climbing real tanks and artillery pieces
Went with the family for a visit to the Caribbean Market. As it was lunch time at the end of our trip we decided on lunch at the food vendors end. My wife asked me to get her a chicken souvlaki.
I went to the...More
Tacky dodgy stalls with the fruit/veg, bath salts and wall art being the only good things available. I didn’t know Gucci & Calvin Klein did budget hoodies and caps. The food trucks & fast food are expensive. And you have to pay to get in....More
Parking can be a hassle and the on site food options aren't great. Expect better for the entry fee. Some of the stalls were good value but didnt enjoy the experience as much as Queen Victoria Market or Dandenong market.
The market is set on lovely grounds by a lake where there are a couple of kids playgrounds. There was also a train for the little ones that seems to run around the market, a river ferry and horse riding amongst other child friendly activities...More
This market has been around since I was little, I’m 45 now. It’s under cover, meanders through large open sheds. Recently updated with a street food/food truck section a deck overlooking Caribbean lake. Craft, lots of techy stuff, pet supplies, foot ware clothing, produce, plants...More
I enjoy the Caribbean Gardens and Market. It has everything you need under the one large roof. I always buy my watches and have my watch batteries replaced there because they are very affordable and last along time. There are loads of different stalls, a...More
What a crock! Fair dinkum....What fools would drive all that way, get gouged ten bucks for entry, do three laps of the all too scarce parking area before finding a spot, get pushed and shoved in a B O sweaty throng, through a maze of...More