High Country Comeback

Things to do, Fairs and festivals
A woman with short hair holding a platter of olive oils and olives on a verandah
Photograph: Supplied

Time Out says

This Melbourne market is stocking products from Victoria's fire-affected High Country region

Port Melbourne will transform into a piece of the high country this February, with the Timber Yard hosting a market showcasing regional businesses affected by the state’s bushfires.

On Sunday, February 2, the High Country Comeback will give Melburnians the chance to support businesses from the state’s north east by buying products direct from local producers.

The family friendly event includes a variety of stallholders such as wineries, coffee merchants and even beeswax wraps to give guests multiple ways to support bushfire impacted communities while also trying new products. 

Up to 100 producers and makers from across the region will be onsite from 11am to 5pm, with local musicians providing entertainment for the afternoon. 

Entry to the event is a donation to local CFA districts and wildlife rescue groups, but registering is also required so organisers can know numbers. 

Full details of stallholders can be found on the event’s Facebook page.


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