Queen Victoria Market – Melbourne

Officially opened on 20th March 1878, Queen Victoria Market stands strong as one of Melbourne’s most historic landmarks. Its colourful (sometimes controversial) past includes time as a school, a livestock market, a drill hall and a cemetery.

Sydney’s Glebe…historical Bohemian hot-spot

A historical walk from University Hall (on the corner of Parramatta Road and Glebe Point Road) through to the Sydney Fish Markets. Architecture and history, with funky cafes and restaurants.

Rusty’s Market

Fast Facts Duration: 30 mins to 1 hour Price Guide: $0 Last Reviewed: Rusty’s Market Cairns, one of Australia’s northernmost little cities, has plenty to do. Starting the tour Start from Lake Street. Section 1: Directions: From the square/City Place on the corner of Shields and Lake Streets, turn left onto Grafton Street. Stopover: Shields […]