Located in one of the State's most picturesque settings, this market has
so much to offer.
Flowers bunched and potted spill out onto the walkway at the entrance, music can be heard in the distance. Follow the sandy road through the stalls, stopping to have a chat to the bakers, makers and growers you meet along the way.
A foodie's delight, be sure to come hungry.
Parking $5. Please no dogs.
(A small surcharge applies when paying for parking electronically)
Just a stones throw from the waters edge. Point Nepean Portsea Market is coastal chic at it's best. This market under the tea trees meanders through the National Park near the Quarantine Station.
What you need to know before traveling to our market
This lovely coastal space is located at the Point Nepean National Park, on Ochiltree Rd, Portsea. The market layout is situated around the historic quarantine buildings, along the beach, featuring grass lawns and meandering roadways and pavilions within the grounds.
Road ways become ‘walkways’ with no traffic access when the market is operating. The surfaces are gravel, bitumen and grass and undulating in places. Shade is limited.
Ground conditions and weather can change at any time. We suggest caution when walking around the market areas; please watch your step, especially with prams and wheelchairs.
Dogs are not permitted in the National Park and Parks Vic fines may apply. Service dogs with identification are exempt.
Parking on Jarman Oval is supervised by CMA - with assistance from
the Mornington Football Club
the Mornington Netball Club
The National Park and its facilities are maintained by Parks Victoria. Phone 1319 63
Portsea Visitor information Centre – More info click here