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Usually, if you've been to one Christmas market, you've been to them all. But not this year. In the lead up to Christmas 2017, Melbourne has diversified its festive offerings. Along with the usual knick-knacks and gourmet packaged produce, you can hone in on specific interests at a French market, load up on local goods over at Lux Foundry or go boho for Byron-inspired gifts. Or, wander through one of the city's array of summer evening offerings. We'll take that over a crowded shopping centre any day.
With markets for French goods, local makers and boho wares, there's really no reason to go within a square kilometre of a shopping centre this year.
Time for another summer of balmy Wednesday nights at the Queen Vic Market.
Give your festive season a Frenchy chic twist.
Melbourne's Byron Bay-inspired, flower crown and dreamcatcher-filled market returns to get festive.
Browse a dream lineup of local makers slinging stuff you'll actually want to buy.
Spend your Friday nights downing gluten-free gnocchi and ice-cold beer.
A collection of local fashion, homewares and design stalls will call Half Moon home one Sunday a month.
The folks behind The Fitzroy Market are throwing a one-off festive outing in Collingwood.
A monthly market in the sweet surrounds of Heide's sculpture park.