Onsite Spaces and Hours

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Onsite Spaces and Hours

Hours
The Mill is open 7 days a week, please check below for individual businesses’ opening hours

The Food Hall

Das Kaffeehaus and Coffee Basics OPEN Mon – Fri 7am – 4pm,
Sat – Sun 8am – 4pm  Public holidays 9am – 4pm

Boomtown Wine co-operative Cellar door OPEN Sat and Sun 12pm – 5pm. Other days by appointment

Oakwood Smallgoods OPEN Thurs – Mon 8.30am – 5pm

Cabosse and Feve Chocolate OPEN Tues – Sun 9am – 5pm

Sprout Bakery  OPEN Thurs 12pm-5pm, Fri 10am-5pm.  Sat 10am-3pm. Other times by appointment.

The Sawtooth

The Sawtooth

Shedshaker Brewing brewery and taproom OPEN
Tues – Thurs 2pm – 8pm, Fri 2pm – 11pm,
Sat 12 noon –  10pm, Sun 12 noon – 9pm
Open from 12 noon on Public holidays
Closed Monday

Harvest Fuit and Veg  OPEN Thurs 12 – 5.30pm, Fri 8.00am – 5.30pm, Sat 10.30am – 3.00pm

Main Factory:

Castlemaine Vintage Bazaar OPEN 7 Days 10am – 5pm
Including Public holidays (except for Christmas Day)

Platform No. 5 OPEN 7 Days 10am – 5pm  Including Public holidays

Studio MA 56 OPEN Sat, Sun, Mon  11am – 3pm

The Drying Shed OPEN Fri – Mon 11am – 3pm

Studio Su OPEN Fri – Sun 11.30am – 3.30pm

Coiled Springs Studio  OPEN by appointment

Woollykins Natural Clothing OPEN Wed & Fri 10am – 4pm

Know Your Product OPEN by appointment

The Railway Line

CDM Smith

emBODY Pilates OPEN Mon – Fri 8am – 8pm
Studio group classes/ Privates/ Duets by appointment

Real Strength
OPEN
Mon, Wed and Thurs 9.30am – 12.30pm & 4pm – 7.30pm
Tues 6.30am – 12.30pm & 4pm – 6pm
Fri 6.30am – 12.30pm & 4pm – 6.30pm

Richard Baxter Painting and Drawing
OPEN for painting and drawing classes Thursdays, Saturdays and other days by demand.

Down the Side and ‘Round the Back Workshops

Metal Shaper OPEN by appointment
p: Jamie 0434 266 105

Shed 5 OPEN by appointment

Doveton Fletcher OPEN by appointment

PrintTogether OPEN Mon to Thurs 9am – 5pm

The Built Collective

Sustainability:

We have a twenty year old, 3000m2 steel factory built behind the original c.1875 façade.

Our aim is to cover that roof with enough solar panels to power the site. In August 2018 we installed a 100kW solar system (355 panels) which powers approximately one third of the site. We plan to install more at a later date.

We also plan to harvest the water, when it rains, to feed into the site’s domestic water requirements. We have installed the first of a number of water tanks for this purpose.

Waste generated on site is sorted into rubbish, co-mingled (plastics and bottles) and cardboard and paper and recycled accordingly.

There are no chemical products used on our gardens – we use organic weed killer on site.