An article in the South China Morning Post identifies the 9 best food markets in the world including of course our own Queen Victoria Market, but there were a few non-food mentions including Viva La Calavera.
Here is the blurb about QVM -
"Aptly housed in Victorian architecture, the “Queen Vic Market” is the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere, and is proud to be a plastic bag- and straw-free establishment. Boasting more than 600 small businesses, the market is especially known for its historic meat, fish and dairy halls. Beyond that, you can buy novelty items (ceramic Day of the Dead skulls, anyone?), cute souvenirs, delicious gelato, pop culture art pieces and even enjoy a glass of wine made from locally grown grapes. Not sure where to start? Sign up for one of its two-hour walking tours."
And here is the link to the full article - https://www.scmp.com/magazines/style/travel-food/article/3006752/9-best-food-markets-around-world-barcelona-bangkok