Entry to the Market as a seller or patron is conditional on you complying with our COVIDSafe Plan, as approved by Council. However, Council has agreed to ease some of these restrictions as of Sunday 28 March 2021.
✅ Most importantly:
• Wearing a face mask is highly recommended and required when physical distancing is not possible
• Maintain 1.5 metres distance from others where possible
• Use hand sanitiser and maintain good hygiene
• Use our QR code on entry
🚫 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.
• 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.
STALL BOOKING INFORMATION
You can book stalls using your iPhones, iPads, Android, Windows 10 devices as well as the via this website. Stall cost is $67 and is paid by credit card. When booking, the Terms and Conditions should be fully understood before proceeding, agreement to the terms and conditions is a part of the booking process. Also, payments are not refundable. Please check the date and stall location carefully before making payments. Stall are released up to 12 weeks in advance.
NO STALLS SOLD ON SUNDAY MORNING
Under our COVIDSafe Plan, no stalls will be re-let on Sunday mornings until further notice. Prior to the pandemic, a number of stalls / re-lets were sold on the morning.
Trestle Table: Length 1.8m: $10
Clothes Rack and 2 Sandbags: $15
Sandbags: $ 4 each
Hire can only be arranged on the morning of your booking. Photo ID is needed and a $20 security bond is charged per stall, all hire equipment has to be returned before 1pm to avoid forfeit of this bond, early return welcomed.
MARKET OPERATING HOURS The Market is up and running by 7am every Sunday (earlier in the summer months). Stallholders are required to stop trading at 12.30pm, and to be totally packed by 1.00pm.
PRODUCTS SOLD AT THE MARKET
Products sold are second hand or hand-crafted goods, specifically made by the stallholder.
Goods not permitted include food, drinks, new goods (for resale), factory seconds or samples especially clothing, animals or make-up products. The Market does not have pre-designated areas for different product categories; hence a stroll round the whole market is encouraged to see the broad range of products sold.
It is always feels particularly great to be back at Camberwell on Sunday following a lockdown. The sights, smells, sound and tactile nature of browsing the market are a sensory delight. It makes us appreciate the simple things in life we can so easily take for granted: the simple pleasure of a stroll through the market can lift the spirit.
Sometimes is is easy to forget that the simple act of gathering for the market is in itself an act of generosity. Visitors know their gold coin donations go to worthy projects and charities through Rotary, but, in addition to entry donations, stall fees generate funds that also support a wide variety causes.
One such initiative is the Market’s contribution to the Annual Community Strengthening Grants program of the City of Boroondara. The grant program provides up to $10,000 in financial support for new, one-off projects and equipment costs associated with delivering projects and the Boroondara’s community.
The grants are the result of a unique partnership between the Rotary Club of Balwyn and the City of Boroondara, made possible by Rotary’s Camberwell Sunday Market and the community of Boroondara. A percentage of the stall fees from the market is distributed through the Annual Community Strengthening Grants.
Total funding available each year is subject to variation, depending on Council’s annual budget allocation and the contribution of the Rotary Club of Balwyn. In 2020/21 the Council recommended 61 grants totalling $292,405.07. This would not be lpossible without the visitors and stallholders to Camberwell Market… thank you!
Click HERE to see the list of grant projects recommended for funding. The list of community groups and organisations supported in the 2020/21 allocation include:
Alfred Road Kindergarten
Ashburton Bowls Club Inc
Ashburton Community Centre
Ashburton Traders Association
Ashburton Uniting Church Tennis Club
Australian Iranian Society of Victoria (AISOV)
AVA Boroondara Senior Citizens Group Inc
Balwyn Community Centre
Balwyn Cricket Club
Balwyn Evergreen Centre
Barking Spider Visual Theatre
Boroondara Stroke Support Group Inc
Camberwell Community Centre Inc
Camberwell Kindergarten and Childcare Inc
Camberwell Petanque Club Inc
Canterbury Area Toy Library
Chinese Seniors Cultural Association Inc
Circular Economy Victoria
Community Music Victoria
Connected Community HackerSpace Inc
Craig Family CentreDance for Parkinson’s Camberwell
Earth Crusaders Incorporated
Greythorn Traders Association
Hartwell Tennis Club Inc
Hawthorn Amateur Football Club (HAFC)
Hawthorn and Kew Bands Inc (Glenferrie Brass)
Hawthorn Artists Society
Hawthorn Citizens Youth Club – Calisthenics Section
Hawthorn Tennis Club
Kew Historical Society Incorporated
Kew Home of Chinese
Kew Junction Business Association
Kew Toy Library Inc
Maling Road Business Association (MRBA)
Melbourne Comhaltas Inc
Mens Probus Club of Surrey Hills Inc
Mont Albert North Probus Club Inc
NCJW (Vic) The Social Support Trust
Pied Piper Toy Library Inc
Probus Club of Chatham Inc
Probus Club of Greythorn Inc
Probus Club of Maling Combined Inc
Probus Club of North Balwyn Inc
Riversdale Soccer Club Inc.
South Yarra Football Netball Club
South Yarra Junior Football Club
St Stephens Greythorn Cricket Club
Surrey Hills Neighbourhood Centre Inc
Swinburne Amateur Football Club
The Boite Vic Inc
The North Balwyn Village Traders’ Association
The Probus Club of Balwyn Central Inc
The Probus Club of Kew
The Scout Association of Australia, Victorian Branch
Trentwood at the Hub
Victorian YMCA Community Programming – Junction Skate and BMX Park