Fronted by a heritage-listed garden, Fletcher Jones Market is one of the more unique markets in Victoria. Tell us a bit about the market’s history.
The Fletcher Jones Market, situated in the heritage-listed former Fletcher Jones factory, has been part of the Warrnambool landscape for over a decade. Over that time, it has become a regular stopping spot for a browse by locals and visitors alike.
What does your market specialise in?
Under new management, we stock everything from rare and valuable antiques and books to collectables from the Art Deco period through to the retro ‘60s and ‘70s. There’s also a large selection of jewellery, both new and antique.
What are some of your most popular items?
Are you looking for something unique? Fletcher Jones Market may have it. We’ve got antique furniture from Europe and Australia, Asian and European porcelain, pottery, militaria, vintage toys, clocks and music boxes. We also have giftware from Africa, Nepal and our own backyard in Southern Victoria.
How would you sell the Great Ocean Road to someone who has never travelled it?
The Great Ocean Road takes visitors on a journey to Victoria’s greatest beaches and coastal destinations, while offering some of rural Victoria’s unique produce, including fresh sea food, dairy products and wonderful fresh grown fruit and vegetables.
You can find Fletcher Jones Market at 61/77 Flaxman Street, Warrnambool. Keep up to date with them via their Facebook page.