We need to embrace change to protect the Queen Vic Market


As I do my daily walk around the sheds and halls of Queen Victoria Market, the signs of a returning to pre-COVID vibrancy are everywhere: the queues of hungry shoppers lining up at the top of H Shed to get their obligatory doughnut; the smell of fresh seafood floating across the crowds in the Meat and Fish Hall.

As the city has comeback to life after a dark two years of anxiety and restrictions, so too has its favourite destination. Once again, the market is firmly embedded in the weekly routines of people from across the city.

Customers shopping at Queen Victoria Market.Credit:Getty…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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