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.
Large parts of Eastern Australia have been hit by historic flooding in March 2022. These communities are only now beginning to recover.
On Sunday 27 March 2022 all market proceeds will be donated to flood relief. The Rotary Club of Balwyn and associated clubs will be collecting gold coin donations at market entry points, so please join us this weekend and contribute generously to this worthy cause.
Meet Camberwell Sunday Market regulars Lynda and Ceri from Public Assembly.
You will recognise their spotted old Bedford truck near the entrance to the market. They love what they do and recycle, repurpose and reuse discarded plastic toys and other items.
Have a special little plastic toy or ornament that you can’t let go of but can’t find a good purpose for? Meet Public Assembly: your item can be turned into a unique key ring, necklace or earrings!
Don’t have your own item to work with? No problem. There are a million items to chose from at the market and the old Bedford is loaded with barrels of old toys and bits and pieces to choose from.
When at the market, Lynda and Ceri focus on ‘micro’ projects that bring joy to market goers, especially children. At other times they undertake larger scale public art works that engage with the local community.
Did you know your support of Rotary at the Camberwell Sunday Market helps educate families in Cambodia?
One Family At A Time Cambodia is a Registered Australian charity and has been operating since early 2015 and works in partnership with Cambodian families and communities to achieve sustainable freedom from poverty, guided by community priorities and driven by evidence.
“It was smiles all round when students in our English class received their new study books. These students all attend Khmer High School in addition to lessons in our Aspire English classes.
Learning moved online last year (we loaned some of the students smart phones and we pay for monthly wifi for them all). These students also receive Rice Scholarships… We do everything we can to remove barriers to education, especially for girls.English classes are part of the Aspire Supporting Girls Through Education program.
The Rotary Club of Balwyn have been our partners and the major sponsor of this English program for 4 years and we are so proud and grateful!”