Lets keep COVIDSafe and check-in each Sunday. With restrictions eased, entry to the Market as a seller or patron is conditional on you complying with our COVIDSafe Plan, as approved by Council, and available on our website. Council agreed to ease restrictions in March 2021:
✅ Current requirements include: • Wearing a face mask is optional • Maintain 1.5 metres distance from others where possible • Use hand sanitiser and maintain good hygiene • Use our QR code on entry if possible
🚫 Do not attend the market if you are unwell, have arrived in Victoria from interstate or overseas in the last 14 days or been in contact with anyone COVID19.
⚠️ FAQs: • Will the market be open next weekend? YES! The market will be open to the public 7am – 12:30pm every Sunday until December 2021, subject to Covid health orders
• Are any stalls available to be re-let on the day? NO. Prior to COVID19, any stalls not used were re-let on Sundays before 6:30am. Re-let stalls are no longer available
#HappyMothersDay 2021. Mum’s young and old love the Sunday Market. Don’t just give mum a gift, discover Camberwell together! We’re open this Sunday from 7am – 12:30pm with fresh flowers, plants and a million other gifts ideas to surprise and delight Mums on Mother’s Day! As for speciality advice about Plants by Chris, he’s one of the best green thumbs around and has grown every plant he brings to market!
Have a happy and fun Sunday. We’re also thinking of those who feel loss on this day. ❤️
P.S. Don’t forget a face mask and to checkin with our QR code on arrival.
CLOSED ANZAC DAY: The Camberwell Sunday Market Board and Market Management have decided, due to the significance of ANZAC Day and honouring the ANZACs, that the Market will not be held on Sunday the 25th of April 2021, ANZAC Day.
Casual Sellers/stallholders: The month of June has been opened for stall bookings.
‘Nostalgia is often a word used by visitors when describing the Sunday Market. It something different for everyone visiting, but it is a powerful feeling, a happy feeling, and we are glad to bring people together find that little piece of ‘nostalgia’, often when they least expect it.
Often sovereigns of a Royal visit, wedding, birth and other event can be found. Like all discoveries at the market, there can be a hidden surprise, something a little extra, hidden in the treasurers you discover. As we reflect on the loss of the Duke of Edinburgh – a public figure that has been a constant in everyone’s life – it reminded us of one piece of ‘nostalgia’ that was hidden in a $1 book ‘The Coronation Album’ of H.M. Queen Elizabeth. Hidden in the middle pages was a near new 1954 Royal Visit Souvenir presented to school children by the Commonwealth Government. What a bonus for a $1 purchase! What a mind blowing itinerary for the young couple. Nostalgia. Priceless. Rest In Peace Prince Philip, you will be missed by millions.
Happy Easter! The Camberwell Sunday Market will be open as usual from 7:30am to 12:30pm on Easter Sunday, 4 April 2021.
Help us have a COVIDSafe Sunday this weekend by answering these three questions before deciding to visit:
“Have you: • ✈️ returned from overseas or interstate in the last 14 days? • 🤧 been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19? or • 🩺 any symptoms of a fever or acute respiratory illness (e.g. cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, or nasal congestion)?”
🚷 If any of these apply to you, and subject to Government advice, a patron, stall holder or volunteer should not attend the Market.
Remember if you are safe to visit: • 😷 face mask are now optional • 📲 check-in with our QR Code • 🧂 use hand sanitiser • 🖐🏼 maintain cleanliness (e.g. sneeze into your elbow, wash your hands) • ⛔️ Do not enter the market if feeling unwell
Let’s celebrate Sunday mornings with coffee, donuts and a COVIDSafe stroll discovering Camberwell Market! #Awesome
♻️ Rather than land fill – repurpose, reuse and recycle your secondhand goods to someone that needs or wants it!
😎 Thousands of people come to Camberwell to see the unique offerings that can only be found at Camberwell. Gold coin donations go directly to Rotary and have supported hundreds of charities, projects and worthy causes.
❤️ Stall holder fees go to Rotary as well. This is a triple win for the community and we thank everyone for their support, particularly the Rotary Volunteers that have given up their Sundays mornings to raise funds for the benefit of others.