The Visit Victoria ‘Click for Vic' campaign is a great way to support businesses you know and love or explore something new.

It’s all about ‘buying local’ from the Victorian Country Market website and getting a slice of Victoria, like something amazing from our region, delivered straight to your door in a fuss-free way.

Choose from a selection of the best product we have to offer in one online market. When you visit, you’ll discover that we are brimming with delicious produce, creative artists and lost trades makers and the products you can get online reflect this abundance and quality. Here is a sample of the businesses you can find on Victoria Country Market today.


Captains Creek Organics is a mixed organic farm in Blampied, at the foot of Kangaroo Hills. Four generations of the May family have run the 80-hectare farm for more than 100 years since 1909. Current owners, Doug and Carolyn May, established the vineyard in 1994. With their love of their homeland, they pursued a natural approach, and are proud to be certified organic with NASAA. This means the vineyard produces grapes that are grown and processed without the use of synthetic pesticides and chemical fertilisers.

They have a wide selection of products including sparkling white and red, unoaked and oaked chardonnay, rose, pinot noir, verjuice, a method champenoise sparkling apple cider and two farmhouse style apple ciders. Vic Country Market allows you to buy one bottle at a time and sample to your heart’s content.

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Martin Street Coffee

Martin Street Coffee are mighty fine roasters; in fact, they’ve been named one of the best in Victoria, so you’re in safe hands, coffee lovers. They roast daily, at their Blackwood Forest-based roastery. Perched amongst the treetops in the Wombat State Forest, the crew air roast on handcrafted, bespoke air roasting machines. They draw and heat fresh forest air and use it to produce coffee that’s smooth, full-flavoured, sweet; never bitter. This earthly approach uses 20% less energy and emits 90% less smoke than traditional gas and wood-fired roasting methods. On Vic Country Market choose varying sizes of their signature blend or decaf.

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Big Tree Distillery is the result of a gin-loving husband and wife team who loved good gin so much they decided to make their own. Distilled in the Macedon Ranges region, on Jack’s Springs Farm, they produce a range of farm crafted small batch Australian gins. On Vic Country Market you can buy their core range, Claude Navy Strength and Elegant Dry, and their seasonal Cumquat Double Distilled.

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Holgate Brewhouse has been proudly at the forefront of Australia’s craft brewing movement for over 20 years. They are 100% independent and have fostered an innovative and creative beer-making culture which has been crafting beers since 1999. Co-founded by Paul and Tash Holgate, the family-owned business continues to share their passion and beers through their brew-pub in Woodend.

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Gisborne Peak Winery is an incredible winery to visit, with its cottages surrounded by vines, and has been recognised with numerous cellar door experience awards. And as they say, great wine starts in the vineyard. If you can’t experience this magnificence firsthand, Gisborne Peak grows varietals best suited for cold climate and sells them on the Vic Country market website you’re likely to find their chardonnay, riesling, pinot noir and sparkling pinot noir.

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Shop from our businesses on the Victorian Country Market website, and you’ll be supporting our local owners, their families and regional communities, not your faceless multi-national determined to squeeze every penny – it makes cents.

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Narenna Bloomfield, Daylesford Macedon Tourism
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Narenna is a country girl at heart, growing up on a dairy farm north of Bendigo. Now living in Kyneton, (her husband’s hometown) she is a busy mum of three littlies. She loves gardening, baking, photography and getting out and about in the area. A favourite day in the region would be a weekly shop at a farmers’ market, meandering through an open garden and finishing with a dinner in one of the acclaimed restaurants along Piper Street, Kyneton.