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Castlemaine Artists Market

Not currently operating due to Stage 3 pandemic restrictions.

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Castlemaine Farmers Market

Castlemaine and surrounds has an abundance of excellent local producers.

Find fresh fruit and vegetables; excellent meats and cheeses; delicious home-made cakes, jams, preserves and chocolates; fine wine and beer, plants, livestock and much much, more.

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Maldon Market - second Sunday of every month

Maldon Market: Hand Made, Home Grown is a monthly farmers and makers market which brings together the very best hand made products and home grown produce from local independent artisans, gourmet food makers and growers in the picturesque town of Maldon.

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Market Art Exhibition

An exhibition showcasing the richness of artistic talent in our region with work from more than 100 artists on display.

On display in Castlemaine's historic Market Building, that is also home to the Castlemaine Visitor Information Centre.

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Castlemaine Art Museum Exhibitions

Founded in 1913, the Castlemaine Art Museum has a unique collection of Australian art and fascinating historical artefacts reflecting the early history of the district.

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Exhibition: Quiet Spaces: A retrospective plus Lockdown Landscapes & Baskets Local artists Lee Shelden & Sally Roadknight offer us the beauty in everyday objects and the inspiration of place through their drawings and baskets. Read More
Close to home. Works on paper by Janet Neilson and Penny Peckham. An exhibition of prints, artist books and cards. Read More
Campbells Creek Collectables Fair Antique and collectable fair with over 90 stalls from all over Australia Read More
Newstead Live Picnic Concert

Newstead Live 2021 was cancelled due to Covid 19 but with the great progress made in Victoria, the organising committee have decided to go ahead with Newstead Live Picnic Concert.

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Australia Day – Survival Day Dawn Ceremony

Dja Dja Wurrung Elder Uncle Rick Nelson will conduct a smoking ceremony, streamed live online from the peak of Leanganook (Mount Alexander). 

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