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Castlemaine Artists Market

A monthly showcase of Central Victorian artists, crafters and artisans. This vibrant market is dedicated to supporting skilled makers creating individually designed and handmade pieces.

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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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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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#Perempuan 2021: Contemporary Indonesian Art #Perempuan 2021 celebrates voices and unspoken stories of Indonesian women. Read More
James Henry: 18 Families 18 Families recognises the 18 ancestors whose descendants make up the thriving Jaara community who live in, around and beyond Castlemaine today. Read More
Melinda Harper in Conversation with the Collection - an exhibition Renowned contemporary artist Melinda Harper has selected a fabulous range of works from the collection to present in tandem with her own at Castlemaine Art Museum Read More
Guided Walking Tours of Castlemaine Explore the central streets of Castlemaine on a guided tour with a local history expert. $5pp Read More
Maldon Vintage Machinery and Museum
A local showcase of machinery that worked the land and the townships of Maldon and Castlemaine and that pioneered the way we live today. 

Open Wednesdays 11am - 3pm and Saturdays 11am - 4pm.

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Wild Weaving At the fabulous Newstead Arts Hub create a community installation of wild and wacky flowers, vines and birds through stitching and weaving. Read More