Mother’s day gift guide

Published : August 04, 2017




​Starting from $5, we have unique and affordable gifts for mum.


Baby naked for mum cakes: $15 (Orders until Friday 12th May)

From Melina's Bakery and Larder (M14, Meat, Fish and Deli Hall)

 

Maitre Truffouts: $5.95 / Ballantyne ginger lovers dark chocolate: $7.95

From Chocolate Passion (P15, The Bazaar)

 

Stone bracelets: $5

From Sultan Handcrafts (C22-23, The Bazaar)

 

Tassle earrings: $5

From Sultan Handcrafts (C22-23, The Bazaar)

 

Brooches: $5

From Sultan Handcrafts (C22-23, The Bazaar)

 

Metal signs: $25

From Blackmarket Signs & Stickers (J14-17, The Bazaar)

 

Light up plaque: $15

From Blackmarket Signs & Stickers (J14-17, The Bazaar)

 

Soap pack: $12

From Australian Natural Soaps (B01-02, The Bazaar)

 

Soap gift bags: $6.50 

From Australian Natural Soaps (B01-02, The Bazaar)

 

Fumare crackling scented candles: $9.50 each or 2 for $18

From Australian Natural Soaps (B01-02, The Bazaar)

 

Hand painted leather bag: $50

From Laura's Leathergoods (A10, The Bazaar)

 

Hand painted leather bag: $60

From Laura's Leathergoods (A10, The Bazaar)

 

Evening bag: $45

From Dain's Fashionable Accessories (A01, The Bazaar)

 

Shoulder bag: $12

From Dain's Fashionable Accessories (A01, The Bazaar)

 

Ladies leather shoes: $30

From Xinghong Brothers Pty Ltd (B05-06, The Bazaar)

 

Ladies patent leather shoes: $40

From Xinghong Brothers Pty Ltd (B05-06, The Bazaar)

 

Slippers: $15

From Xinghong Brothers Pty Ltd (B05-06, The Bazaar)

 

Moccassins: $35

From Merino Corner (B09-10, The Bazaar)

 

Ipad covers: From $10

From D&T International Trading Pty Ltd (J12, The Bazaar)

 

Ladies nighties (various styles and colours): from $12

From Le Von Lingerie (A07-08, The Bazaar)

 

Adult Colouring books: $12

From Blackmarket Signs & Stickers (J14-17, The Bazaar)

 

Jigsaw puzzles 1000 pcs: from $14-$16

From Blackmarket Signs & Stickers (J14-17, The Bazaar)

 

Mother's Day Cards: from $2

From Mark E Risley Cards and Wrapping (D07-08, The Bazaar)

 

Sudoku Puzzle books: $2.50 each

From Blackmarket Signs and Stickers (J14-17, The Bazaar)

 

Bumper Puzzle books: $6 each

From Blackmarket Signs and Stickers (J14-17, The Bazaar)

 

Frank Green sustainable coffee cup: $30

From Cafe Valentina by Melba Coffee (N01, Meat,Fish and Deli)

 

Glass coffee cup: $35

From Cafe Valentina by Melba Coffee (N01, Meat, Fish and Deli)

 

Flowers for mum

Dandenong Market has five florists who offer a beautiful selection of flowers:

Indris Zekirija Flowers (Market Square) proudly carries freshly cut flowers in a range of beautiful blooms.

J&E Flowers (Fruit & Veg) offer flowers in every shade of colour you could possibly imagine and a range of foliage and greenery. J&E Flowers is one of the oldest stalls at Dandenong Market and now in its third generation.Stocked flowers are determined by customers, so chat with Adrian or Jashar to see new product lines. Wholesale orders welcome. 

Jenny's Flowers (Market Square) sell locally grown, freshly cut flowers ranging from roses and lilies to orchids, tulips, carnations and many others. It caters for a variety of events from weddings to church functions, so stop by and ask about your event. Jenny's Flowers has been part of Dandenong Market since the early 1990s.

Kirpy’s Flowers (Market Square). Husband and wife team Mitch and Julie Kirpichnikov from Kirpy’s Flowers specialise in farm-grown seasonal flowers from their family-owned property and other local sources. Kirpy’s Flowers has been part of the Dandenong Market family for 20 years, and decorates its stall year round, so you can pick up tips on how to use your fresh flowers at any time of the year.

Petra Flowers (Fruit & Veg). Known for fresh and beautiful flowers at amazing prices, Peter Malec of Petra Flowers has traded at Dandenong Market for over thirty years. Peter started growing flowers as a hobby in the fields surrounding his home, and when the fields were blooming with a large range of beautiful flowers he started selling them at Dandenong Market.