Mount Zero Olives is hosting a disco drive-thru market

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In what can only be described as a soulful combination, Mount Zero Olives are bringing us a warehouse market slash roller disco this Saturday 28th November.

You would be forgiven for not quite knowing what that looks like. Allow us to explain. Located at their Warehouse Shop in Sunshine West, all of the Mount Zero Olive’s much-loved produce (and a few special guests) will be available to pick up via contactless drive thru, with the help of groovy people in roller-skates. Yes, you read that correctly.

Initially a reincarnation of their quarterly Warehouse Market, the drive-thru market delighted customers back in May with its playful approach to COVID-safe bargain shopping. So the team have decided to give it another go, with all the bells and whistles shoppers loved.

The roller-disco legends Skate Odyssey are on ground, putting your purchases in the boot and DJ Chris Gill (Triple R, Northside Records) is spinning the disco and funk tracks. All you have to do is pre-order online via Mount Zero Olive’s website and head on down with a boogie in your heart.

Aside from the favourites from Mount Zero Olives, a few other star-producers from Victoria are making an appearance, too. Meredith Dairy will be there selling their products at market price, including the incredible 2kg of Marinated Goats Cheese for $50. While there are Christmas Puddings by hospitality social enterprise Streat, handmade miso by Koji & Co and small goods from Farce – just to name a few. We even hear the Mount Zero Hampers are 10% off and make for a very snazzy Christmas present.

Whether you’re after some gourmet goodies or are just an avid-disco fan/car seat dancer, the last Mount Zero Olive market of the year is set to be one cracking occasion.

THE DETAILS
WHAT:
Mount Zero Olives drive-thru warehouse market
WHERE:
6 Law Court, Sunshine West
WHEN:
Saturday 28th November, 9am-2pm
MORE INFO:
Mount Zero Olives


	

Christmas Markets 2020

It’s that time of year, where we are all starting to think about Christmas and the end of the year (and what a year it’s been).

Why not, instead of hitting the shops this year, take a browse around the OHO Markets.

You’ll be gifting your friends and family not only a unique gift but also supporting our regional Victoria makers and producers.

It’s what Santa would want you to do!