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It’s back and it’s bigger than ever.
After the Creators Market proved so popular earlier this year, organisers have wasted no time in declaring that it’s back.
More than 2500 visitors attended inaugural event, well exceeding expectations and now the market is set to grow, featuring two levels of stalls for talented, local designers, crafts and culinary masters to showcase their creations.
Housed in Terindah Estate’s premier events space and lower wine cellar, the market will feature more than 50 Australian designers, handmade and homemade creators as well as a range of food, lifestyle, fashion and home wares products.
The market will include more grab-and-go food options, a coffee cart on the rooftop bar, more parking and a reserved pram parking area.
Port Phillip Ferries have recently launched new services between Docklands and Portarlington and are offering a free courtesy shuttle service to wineries on the Bellarine Peninsula, making travelling to the market even easier. A new route from Geelong to Portarlington is also set to launch on Saturday 7 October.
The Creators Market is at Terindah Estate on Sunday 29 October from 10am to 3pm.

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