The Queen Victoria Market is a 17 acre huge market with stalls that sell pretty much everything. There are souvenir Shops, vegetable vendors, Meat sellers, art works, cloths etc. It is a rather tough job to choose anything from here given the amazing variety. The Market started in the 19th Century during the times of Queen Victoria and has expanded and is actually situated over an old burial ground.
The Meat market here is huge in both size and variety. There is every possible form of meat available here. Chicken, Fish, Prawns, Beef, Kangaroo, Crabs, Pork, Goat, Lamb, Lobster, Oysters and several processed meats. This is the ultimate place for anyone who loves to cook and eat. There weren't many restaurants that actually served these items. So the only way is to buy these and go home and cook.
There are souvenir shops of all kinds and budgets. Soft toys, models, Signs, Jewellery, Boomerangs, Magnets, Postcards, Hats and many more.
There are a few restaurants here but their numbers are rather low compared to the market. But well worth having a recharging meal after walking the huge market.