While Melbourne's got no shortage of great artisan markets happening across the city each weekend, the inner west has missed out on most of the action. But that's changes with monthly market Footscray Finds, which launched in the carpark of Footscray Library in 2017.
With a focus on the boutique, the unique and the handmade — and held in conjunction with Maribyrnong City Council — this event's got an offering to rival that of many of its more established, cross-town counterparts. Scheduled for the third Sunday of each month, it showcases a stellar lineup of local producers and makers with a huge array of stalls covering everything from covetable vintage fashion and books, to vinyl, handcrafted homewares and fresh vegan produce.
Meanwhile, a rotation of your favourite food trucks serves up easy eats, and local acts will be dropping all sorts of live sets. Anyone wanting to be a stallholder themselves can apply now for a car boot or marquee space, which clock in at $50 each.
Footscray Finds will run from 8am till 1pm on the third Sunday of each month. Entry is free.