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Established by Balwyn Rotary in 1976, the Camberwell Sunday Market has become a Melbourne weekend institution. Our market is known for specialty items that are retro, vintage or nostalgic. We love being part of 'old Melbourne' and helping you find things you will find nowhere else. And environmentally friendly - wow - we have been lowering the carbon footprint of Melbourne for years by recycling and reselling second hand items in nearly 400 weekly stall. Discover a Treasure. Discover a Cause. Discover Camberwell.

What’s your fancy?

Discover a treasure. Discover a cause. Discover Camberwell.

No matter what you are looking for, you are likely to discover it in Camberwell. Be that a delicious meal, snack or coffee, an abundance of local restaurants and cafes, something will take your fancy.

If you are looking for a unique gift or item, chances are you will discover it in Camberwell. Be that a crystal ball, vintage clothing, flowers or some other treasure, chances are something will take your fancy at the Sunday market.

Over the years, from humble beginnings in 1976, tens of thousands of people have visited the market and raised millions of dollars from Rotary projects, charities and community initiatives.

Be part of it! Join us Sunday at the famous Camberwell market from 7am to 12:30pm every weekend (except prior to Christmas). Explore are website to learn more about how you can sell at the market.

Of course, discover the convenient shopping, dining and services of Camberwell Junction on Sunday and during the week, whichever day you fancy.

Mother’s Day flowers

If you’ve ever picked up a bunch of fresh flowers at the Rotary Camberwell Sunday Market, chances are you’ve bought them from Market Blooms.

Stallholder Nguyen Tran said he has been trading at the market for more than five years.

The business, which is part of Mr Fresh Wholesale Flowers, sells a range of flowers and foliage, catering to the varied tastes and preferences of its customers.

The majority of the flowers sold at Market Blooms are grown locally at farms in Victoria, and Mr Tran works directly with growers to source the flowers sold at his stall. 

At the stall you’ll find common varieties of flowers such as carnations, chrysanthemums, tulips, gerberas, and proteas. They offer both bunches of a single types of flowers as well as mixed bouquets.  

“There’s certain flowers that people like but I do try to bring in a little bit of everything; to try and have a good range,” Mr Tran said.

Read more here.

Discover a cause

Some people find the perfect vintage dress for an upcoming occasion; others uncover a slew of vinyl to add to their record collection; parents might find classic wooden toys; some visitors leave with a tear in their eye, having uncovered a vase or clock reminiscent of their beloved grandmother’s house.

Yet, the one thing every visitor to the Rotary’s Camberwell Sunday Market leaves with is the knowledge that they’ve helped make the world a better place.

Learn more here.

Easter in Camberwell

It is business as usual for the market this Easter with the market opening from 7am to 12:30pm on Easter Sunday, 9 April 2023.

In the build up to Easter, find golden eggs hidden on posters in Camberwell Junction shop windows for a chance to win a $500 Camberwell Junction shopping voucher.

The more golden eggs you find, the more chances you have to win. Learn more here!

And don’t forget, the Easter Bunny and his fairy helper will visit the Rotary Camberwell Sunday Market on Sunday, April 2 between 10am and 1pm.

Open the long weekend

Yes we are open this long weekend! Join us at the Camberwell Sunday Market 12 March 2023 from 7am to 12:30pm.

Support Rotary projects and initiatives with a gold coin donation on entry. Browse and buy from thousands of secondhand, retro and recycled items.

Discover a treasure and then discover Camberwell Junction shopping and support your local traders with a delicious brunch or more Sunday shopping!