Orthodox Easter is just around the corner and as always, the community will be looking to find all the produce, gifts and more for the big weekend.

One place that will be offering all that Greeks are looking for, from dairy, meats, fish and fresh produce, is Queen Victoria Market.

For the traditional dyed Greek eggs, there is a selection of eggs, egg dye kits, egg wraps, stickers, displays and gift boxes.

In the market’s dairy produce hall – cured meats, cheeses, olives and artichokes, along with specialties like ricotta stuffed peppers, dolmades and tsoureki from various Greek vendors.

Vic Market fishmonger ‘Limnos Seafood’. Photo: Supplied

Queen Vic Market also has 27 butchers preparing for the Orthodox Easter weekend. From premium lamb cuts, including roast leg and coveted shoulder or rack, to handmade gourmet sausages and marinated Greek Lamb.

For seafood, the fish hall has locally sourced salmon, oysters, fresh prawns, Moreton Bay bugs and blue swimmer crab. Queen Vic Market’s fishmongers have curated an array of options for Easter.

Many Orthodox Easter feats are accompanied by roasting veggies and with more than 40 fruit and vegetable stalls, there’s plenty of options at Vic Market. Look out for Brussels sprouts, carrots, potatoes, pumpkins, parsnips, rhubarb and beetroot.

The market has also gathered some Orthodox Easter recipes on their website, from Pine Mushrooms to rabbit cacciatore and slow roasted lamb shoulder.