The Queen Victoria Market is both a historical landmark and a dynamic element of daily life in the heart of Melbourne. This biggest market in Australia, which encompasses two city blocks, dates back to 1878 and will dazzle you with the sheer quantity and variety of its wares: meats and vegetables, fruits and dairy, prepared food from all kinds of cuisines, and a vast flea-market-style spread of clothes, accessories, electronics, souvenir knickknacks, and other sundries. Don't miss the Deli Hall, where amid all the other local and international delicacies you can try a nibble of crocodile and kangaroo.
At first glance, this is a shopping mall with a distinct design. Once you get inside, you'll also... Read more