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Carrara Markets, Carrara

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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2.9/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
A bustling, animated complex of colorful stalls full of equally colorful produce, Carrara Markets has something for everyone, whether it be fresh food, kitschy knick-knacks, or books. The tightly-packed "streets" of the markets heave with shoppers in search of a bargain, so if browsing for a great deal is your thing, then Carrara Markets might just be for you. With our online itinerary creator, Carrara attractions like Carrara Markets can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • The Carrara Markets always aim to please. They are some of the biggest markets around and have such a wide variety of options to suit everyone. This is a great trip for a family and you will leave wit...  read more »
  • Go just for the Mini Golf its fantastic and cheap. The 2 courses they have (one inside one outside) are great and well looked after. Did i say they were cheap, $10 an adult kids under 15 free with a p...  read more »
  • Wide range of goods in this large market - jewellery, clothing, gaming,collectables,modern decor, variety of foods both fresh and cooked,even high end fashion stalls. Great place to wander about and f...  read more »
  • 5 star fruit and veg at Fruitopian Delight. Acid free pineapples are to die for. Heaps of stuff straight from the farm. Prices are beyond belief. I now come here every week for my produce. I can feed the family for half the price of the supermarket stuff and it lasts twice as more mouldy strawberries!!!!
  • Interesting market. On first glance, I was expecting something like the Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne. Unfortunately, the stalls were mainly selling bric-a-brac which were probably sourced from China. The saving grace was probably the cafes scattered over the market where you could get a cheap and good breakfast.
  • Great way to waste a few hours a lot of stalls selling the same things though best to look around before you buy as someone else may be selling the same thing for less. There is a lot of variety of stalls from fresh fruit and veg, clothing. antiques and haberdashery seems something foe everyone.
  • Please consider 2 days for viewing everything. Love the layout plenty of public amenities are well placed. Parking is a breeze as well
  • Always a good day out. For food try the Silo Cafe. Clothes, fresh food, home decor, lots more. Easy parking too.
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