Oh the things you will see! Here is a short taste of the sights ands sounds of Camberwell Sunday Market, returning this weekend.
Bring your face masks and friends tomorrow as the Sunday market reboots after a circuit breaker lockdown.
Turn up the sound for some market music by ‘The Violin Man’ busking in January and photos by market regular Michel Simson from Instagram @michaelsimson_ and we hope to see you tomorrow, Sunday 21 February 2021!
You can book stalls using your iPhones, iPads, Android, Windows 10 devices as well as the usual booking website. You need to register a fresh new account in the new system due to the stricter membership requirement.
Stall cost is $65 ($66 from 1 March 2019) 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.
STALLS SOLD ON MARKET MORNING
A number of stalls / re-lets are sold on the morning. When management arrives at 5.30am, names of those wanting a stall are taken in order of arrival and at 7am, bookings that have not arrived are re-let to those waiting. Usually approx. 15-20 stalls per week are re-let, however there are no guarantees.
• Trestle Table: Length 1.8m: $ 9
• Trestle Table: Length 2.4m: $10
• Clothes Rack and 2 Sandbags: $15
• Sandbags: $ 3 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 6.30am 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.
No matter where you seem to go, parking in Melbourne is seemingly non-existent with time limits and permits around every corner, but at the Camberwell Market, you’ll find free all-day parking only five minutes away on Inglesby Road, opposite the local council offices – as if anyone needed another reason to love the market.
Since 1976, the weekly market has been luring patrons with vintage trinkets, knickknacks, and hot jam donuts. Founded by Balwyn Rotary, the market started with 48 stalls, and it has since grown to almost 400, with stallholders waiting weeks to secure a spot at the market. Treasure hunters can comb through second-hand clothes and records, antique toys, jewellery, artwork, keepsakes and a variety odds and ends from dawn until midday in search of rare gems. We will be posting eight facts about the Camberwell Sunday Market over this weekend! Stay tuned, more fun facts to come!