Brimbank Community Market
Brimbank Community Market.is a privately owned Australian company and aims is to develop the site in Ardeer into an iconic attraction, a valuable addition to the western suburbs. It is more than a traditional weekend market. The stalls are an attraction in their own right and provide a great atmosphere where patrons will find products and services only found at weekend markets, the market will also have a huge area devoted to entertainment, with a circus, amusements, children's play area, a traditional sumo wrestling ring and other entertainment.
The main objective is to provide an environment where the whole family will find something to enjoy. The entertainment and community involvement will be varied and ongoing and it is hoped that each time you visit the market you will find something new and exciting. Currently planned events include Sumo Wrestling, Dart Competitions, Basket Ball, Football and soccer shoot outs, Tug of war, Cooking competitions, Traditional folk dancing and Musical Entertainment
Brimbank Community Market would welcome community groups, and the general public to participate in the events and competitions they organise.
Bundoora Computer Swap Meet
A large number of stalls selling new and second hand computer equipment and related goods. A small entry fee applies. (Note - the dates and venue of this event can
vary. Click here to
confirm the current information on this event.
Bundoora Park Farmers Market
Regional fresh produce at an outdoor farmers' market. A small entry fee applies. White Hat recommends that if you are visiting this market with a young family that you consider making a day of it (or at least a half day) by visiting the nearby urban farm. For those interested in historic houses, White Hat can thoroughly recommend a visit to the neary Bundoora Homestead. If you do either of these you may need to remember to take a cooler to keep your fruir & vegies fresh. The market can be accessed by public transport by using the tram in Plenty Road.
Camberwell Fresh Food Market
Freshest gourmet produce, seafood, meat, poultry, fruit, vegetables, flowers, 5 delicatessen with highest quality fresh deli items, superb Illy's cakes, specialising in gluten free, and wide selection of multicultural takeaway. Find culinary inspiration for your dining table with friendly family traders at the CFFM.
Carlton Farmers Market
White Hat can recommend this market as one of the most easily accessible from
the city with a wide range of stalls and the nearby shopping and entertainment
Lygon Street to supllement a market visit. More details at
CERES Organic Food & Craft Market
CERES Organic Market and Shop recently celebrated their 10th birthday. The market sells fresh organic fruit and veg with an emphais on locally grown produce. The CERES Craft Market sells a mixture of hand crafted objects and second hand bargains in a social and friendly environment." The
Chapel Street Bazaar
A veritable Alladin's Cave of collectables, memorabilia and antiques. With over 80 independent dealers buying and selling, White Hat believes this is the largest bazaar of its type in Melbourne.
East Ringwood CarBoot Market
East Ringwood Carboot Market is a carboot market that carers for a moderate number of cars each month
Elwood Community Market
Buy your vegetables fresh from the farm and homemade cakes/biscuits. Browse the stalls get bric a brac, clothes, toys, crafts, plants, used kitchen ware ...etc at bargain prices. Whilst shopping enjoy a coffee, sausage and other delights. For information about stalls please contact 0422 976 276.
A large indoor market with a large range of produce and general goods.
Kingston Farmers' Market
Buy fruit & vegies, cheeses, free-range eggs, breads, olive oil, & more directly from the producer.
Lost & Found Market
Lost & Found is an indoor market based in a shop just off Smith Street Collingwood. It features vintage furniture, lighting, art, posters, clothes, books, records and anything collectable. Permenant and casual stalls available.
Love, Evelyn Markets
White Hat suggests that if you are looking for a quiet Saturday afternoon you
could try out the monthly market at the Evelyn Hotel where you will find
clothes, handmade thingos random whatnots. You can and shop then buy a drink. On
the other hand you might just buy a drink - a beer or a Bloody Mary depending on
what you did the night before. Unlike other markets, we're sheltered from the
upcoming winter weather. Stalls are cheap. While you are in he area you
will probably want to visit some of the coffee shops in
and maybe call in at the Rose
Street Artists Market.
Richmond (Gleadell Street) Market
A traditional outdoor street produce market with 65 stalls Fresh fruit and vegetables, foodstuufs, flowers and a fishmonger. More information at
Sandringham Village Craft Market
A small specialty market featuting craft, plants and other goods..White Hat can recommend a visit to this market even if it is only to enjoy the atmosphere created by a small suburban Masonic Hall.
Spotswood Farmers Market
What was once somewhat of an industrial wasteland Spotswood is now a vibrant and groovy seaside suburb. With a strong organic feel the Spotswood Farmers Market will be high on the must-do list for locals and residents of surrounding suburbs Yarraville, Newport and Williamstown. Kids will enjoy the petting zoo, jumping castle and face painting. Gold coin entry (proceeds go to Spotswood Primary School).
St Albans Market
A relatively small but bustling produce market offering what White Hat considers to be particularly good value for food shoppers.
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At Vanity Fair Vintage Fashion Market you will find up to twenty five vintage fashion and accessory dealers from Melbourne, country Victoria and interstate with fashion and fashion accessories spanning two hundred years. On racks there will be small waisted Victorian gowns, fabulous beaded twenties dresses, immaculately cut forties suits, flared skirts from the fifties, minis from the sixties and even big shouldered eighties numbers while on tables there will be jewellery costing anything from a few dollars to a few hundred dollars, Leather handbags, scarves and shawls, patterns, starched linen, tea towels from far away lands, packets of stockings, card after card of buttons and bobbins and lace. and if you cannot find what you are looking for at the vanity fair market at Windsor, then it is more than likely that one of the dealers will be able to find it for you or offer advice as to where you will find what you are looking for.
A small entry fee applies.
Warrandyte Community Craft Market
An outdoor market selling hand made goods and produce.
Watsonia Saturday Market
The Watsonia Neighbourhood House is a not for profit organization in the Watsonia community where people can come and participate in our various classes held at the House. Garden Setting, Sausage Sizzle, Some Indoor Stalls, Plants, Craft, Jewellery, Paintings for Sale and more. Bookings and Enquiries: phone 9434 6717 on Thursdays and ask for Gwen