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November 2014

Date: Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 November
Venue: Kernot Hall, Princes Drive, Morwell 3840
Contact Details: 
Chris Harding 0407 342 868

This weekend event is now in its 19th year and has grown into a major event in Gippsland with a huge range of antiques and collectables on display.

There will be something for everyone including historical displays, collections to view and plenty of bargains to be purchased, with over 50 dealers in attendance.

Free antique appraisals will be available on both days, so if you have something old and interesting then bring it a long for Ross Roycroft to appraise for you.

This Fair is a great opportunity for collectors to get together and socialise over the weekend or just drop in for an hour or so to look at items of interest.

Full catering will be available.

The Fair is open on Saturday 29th November from 9:30 am until 5:00 pm and Sunday 30th November 9:30 am until 2:00 pm.

Date: Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 November
Venue: CBD & satelite locations, church, Tarwin & Commercial Roads, Morwell 3840
Contact Details: 


The ReActivate: Latrobe Valley Spring Festival is a multi-day event happening throughout Latrobe Valley. There will be talks, workshops, art installations, guided tours and markets showcasing locally produced art, design, music, crafts and products.

For more information, please visit our website;

Date: 4th Saturday of each month
Venue: Kay Street Gardens, TRARALGON VIC 3844
Contact Details: 

Traralgon Lions Club admin@lionsclubtraralgon.asn.au

The Traralgon Farmers Market is held on the fourth Saturday of every month from 8am to 1pm. The market sells fresh regional produce from around Gippsland: vegetables, organics, meat, eggs, honey, olives, cakes and so much more. The market is operated by the Lions Club of Traralgon and any funds raised by the Lions go back into the local community.


8am - 1pm

Date: Every Sunday
Venue: Latrobe Road, MORWELL 3840

A variety of new and second hand goods, canteen, crafts, plants, bric-a-brac, cut price groceries and a great atmosphere are all aspects of the Latrobe Country Market which is held every Sunday, 8:30am - 1:30pm.

Date: 2nd Saturday of each Month (Sep - May)
Venue: Kay Street Gardens, TRARALGON VIC 3844
Contact Details: 

Chris Van Der Meer - 0487 342 675


Craft, locally made products, second-hand goods and much more!

Proceeds go to the Good Friday Appeal in aid of the Royal Children's Hospital.


Enquires and stall booking welcome.

This market is held on the 2nd Saturday of each month (September - May)

Date: 3rd Saturday of the month
Venue: Old Gippstown Heritage Park, Lloyd Street, MOE 3825
Contact Details: 

Old Gippstown: 5127 3082 or email enquiries@gippslandheritagepark.com.au . 

A Community Market held on the 3rd Saturday of every month at Old Gippstown.

 From 9am to 2pm.

  • Art & Craft               Fresh Produce
  • Bric a Brac              Car Boot Sale
  • New & Old Items      BBQ                          
  • Cafe                        Raffles
  • + Lots more!!!

Date: 4th Sunday of each month Feb - Nov
Venue: Newman Park, Peterkin Street, TRARALGON 3844
Contact Details: 

Gippsland Model Engineering Society on 5174 0035 or www.gmes.org.au


On the 4th Sunday of each month, (February - November)

The Gippsland Model Engineering Society will run miniature steam and diesel train rides for all ages at Newman Park Railway, next to Victory Park, Peterkin Street, Traralgon. (weather permitting).

12 - 4pm

The Railway has 200 metres of 3½" Gauge track, and 1,100 metres of parkland 5" and 7¼" Gauge track crossing three small bridges. Connecting tracks, sidings & steaming bays add another 500 metres of track.


Health and Safety Regulations stipulate that passangers MUST wear suitable enclosed footwear. No bare feet, thongs or open toed footwear will be permitted on trains.

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