There is so much to do in the City of Whittlesea, whether you're a local or just visiting.
To find out accommodation and dining options, local attractions, markets and where to buy delicious fresh produce, visit our tourism website.
Get driving directions, local maps, event information and transport timetables from the Whittlesea Information Centre, located at the historical old Whittlesea Courthouse.
The centre is operated by a dedicated team of friendly and enthusiastic volunteers.
Corner Beech and Church Streets
P: 9716 1866
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 9am - 5pm
The South Morang Farmers & Makers Market is an initiative by the City of Whittlesea to strengthen the local economy by supporting local farmers, artisans and businesses.
Running on the third Saturday of every month from 9am-1pm, the market will be held in the Civic Centre carpark, at 25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang, just a short walking distance from South Morang Station and Plenty Valley Westfield.
We welcome existing and upcoming businesses within the municipality to apply to become a stallholder.
To become a stallholder:
Existing members can update their details or book a stall:
For any enquiries, please call 9217 2346.
Visit the historic Ziebell's farm, barn and gardens in Thomastown.
Built between 1851 and 1856, the building and beautifully maintained gardens provide a rich insight into the history of the region.
Ziebell's received Museum's Australia (Victoria) accreditation in 2018.
Located in the Westagarthtown heritage precinct, Ziebell's is managed by the Friends of Westgarthtown.
Location: 100 Gardenia Road, Thomastown
Admission: $3 for adults and 50c for children
Open hours: Sundays 11.30am to 3pm, Tuesdays 9am to 12pm (excluding public holidays).
Read more online or call 9464 5062 for tour enquries.