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Mill Markets Stallholders

You can get to know our Stallholders better by following our Instagram and Facebook pages, each week we try to do a feature on one of our Stall Holder from each venue. You’ll get to know more about what the featured stallholder offers and a little about themselves.

Below are a hand full of the lovely stallholders we’ve already featured.


Hannah from Stall 4057
specialises in Erstwilder products (mainly brooches) and is the only stockist of these beautiful pieces in the Eastern Suburbs of Geelong.
Also stocking Bokbokbgerk, Jublyumph and Tigertree products.
Hannah comes to us after closing her shop known as Venusflytrap.com.au which she operated for 10 years in Market Square.
Hannah has her own little stash that she has collected over the years and in her spare time works with her fiancé as a screen printer.


Melinda from @stalledintime aka Stall 5211, Geelong.
Offering a large range of Kitchenalia, Vintage Pyrex and other 60’s and 70’s unique items.
Melinda has a love for glassware and recently travelled to Europe where she toured Waterford Crystal.
Her other interest are cooking, collecting cooking wares along with renovating and selling houses and says her stall is where all her hobbies can come together in one place.


Shane from Stall 502 Geelong.
aka @prehistoricsounds.com.au
Specializing in all things vinyl. New and old, Australian and beyond, record accessories and even features local bands.
Shane also has his own shop in Warrnambool, is a record collector himself and enjoys archery.


Linda from Stall 565 Geelong and 340 Daylesford.

Lily Pily Designs is a bespoke home wares business owned and operated by local Geelong woman Linda Ridgway. The Lily Pily range which includes customized cushions, bags, quilts, aprons, doorstops… is proudly designed and made in Geelong using classic and contemporary fabrics from around the world and Linda’s own Melbourne printed linens. While the heart of the business is firmly placed in Geelong, Lily Pily Designs has created cushions for clients in Europe and Asia and has appeared in magazines such as British Vogue and The World of Interiors. Linda is proud to create a range of products with a point of difference in her home town, unwavering from the philosophy that local production, individual service and authenticity are the keys to success.
The Geelong Mill Market was the starting point for Lily Pily Designs and while it was supposed to be short term, five years later Linda is still there happily selling her wares alongside the great team of stallholders. Linda also shares stall 340 in Daylesford with another long term Mill Marketer Ingrid Ellis.


Clark from Stall 1080 at our Ballarat venue.
Clark has recently moved his two stalls at our Ballarat venue into a larger venue next to the fireplace.
Now stocking man cave signs and banners along with other bits and pieces including hand crafted items


Ken from Stall 1016 at our Ballarat venue.
If you’re looking for it Ken will have it and in every colour and size too, this man literally has everything from DVD’s, tools, toys and clothes to even car wheels and toilets.
We’re always saying ‘there’ll be one on Ken’s Stall.’


Kristina and Andrew from AndekriS
Stall 452 at Ballarat.
Specialising in unique keepsake gifts.
Including handmade International Art Glass, Artist designed Babushkas handmade in Russia and Sterling Silver Jewellery with semi precious stones.

Along with a range of Michelle Allen Bags, Ceramic Pottery and Clocks (currently on sale).

AndekriS started as business over 15 years ago and has become a hobby that’s grown and grown.
After closing their gallery to take a rest they set up a stall at the Mill Market which now feels like a second home.


Melinda and Barry from Beamor Fine Design at our Daylesford venue.
Offering a range of items including blacksmith, woodwork and hand made metal art, with a lot made from upcycled materials.
The pair also stock their nieces honey, lip balm and soaps.


Evo aka David from Stall 204 Daylesford.
Specialising in gumboot dogs, rustic planters and boxes and hand painted saws along with rustic garden features and unique farming items. Evo hand paints all the saws himself and even makes the gumboot dogs too.
Evo loves spending time at The Mill Markets and thoroughly enjoys making new pieces to sell.


Deb from Temple Antiques at Stall 421 Daylesford.

Stall 421 offers a large range of Antiques and Collectables.
From rustic wares, furniture and clothing to silverware.
Along with an assortment of Glass and China.

Deb has been known to be a collector of a whole range of different things at different times.
‘The beauty of having a stall at The Amazing Mill Markets is that when you’re over one craze and onto the next, you can bring in the new and move out the old via your stall.’

Information coming soon.

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