4. Camberwell Sunday Market
Market Place, Camberwell
Joining the Melbourne market scene in 1976, Camberwell Market attracts both locals and day trippers seeking unique and nostalgic finds every Sunday. This market will appeal to those who enjoy a real rummage for trash and treasure.
What you can buy: Camberwell Market is renowned for its vintage treasures, jam donuts, antique finds and collectible items, from record memorabilia to retro fashions, books, shoes and more.
Getting there: Located a short walk from Camberwell Station, with easy access from the 70, 72 and 75 trams. Visitors can also take the 612 or 285 bus to the area, or bike park around both the station and Market.
5. Dandenong Market
Clow Street & Cleeland St, Dandenong
Dandenong Market celebrates the rich cultural diversity of Melbourne, with over 150 nationalities represented amongst its 200 traders and small businesses. It's also home to experiences including foodie tours, festivals, and rotating kids’ programs.
What you can buy: Dandenong Market is a multicultural hub, offering a diverse range of fresh produce, spices, and international delicacies, as well as ‘The Bazaar,’ a home to stalls selling anything from clothing, jewellery and beauty goods, to electronics, rugs, homewares, and artisan fabrics.
Getting there: Dandenong Market can be accessed by a range of bus lines, or a 15 minute walk from Dandenong Station.
6. Preston Market
30A The Centreway, Preston
Preston Market bills itself as 'the people's market'. Running for over 50 years, the community-focused market offers fresh goods, foodie workshops, dine-in restaurants, school holiday events, and multicultural experiences.
What you can buy: Explore a range of stalls featuring fresh deli, bakery, meat and grocer goods, speciality ingredients, clothing, beauty products, home products, florists and locally made items.
Getting there: The market is located right next to Preston Station, where bike cages are also available. You can also get there via the 527, 552, 553 and 903 bus lines, or the 86 and 112 tram lines. Use the arevo journey planner app to find the most efficient route to this market.
7. Fitzroy Market
87 Rose St, Fitzroy
In collaboration with The Fitzroy Mills Market, Fitzroy Market supports local artists, designers, and small businesses, fostering a vibrant and creative scene of live music, morning coffee, pre-loved items, and a strong community atmosphere.
What you can buy: Fitzroy Market is a treasure trove of vintage clothing, handmade crafts, wellness products, fresh food and beverages, unique artworks and more.
Getting there: On public transport, you can catch the 11, 86 or 96 trams, or the 200 or 207 bus routes to the market. Many bike lanes and paths also surround the area. Use the arevo journey planner app to map a bike-friendly route to this market.