CAMBERWELL SUNDAY MARKET
Camberwell Sunday Market [the Market] is a second hand goods and craft market held every Sunday morning (except for the Sunday prior to Christmas Day). The market is operated by Balwyn Rotary as a means of raising funds for a wide range of charitable causes.
With 370 stalls to choose from, the Market is popular with collectors and, if you’re willing to spend the time fossicking, then who knows what little treasure you may turn up. Trestles are set up with bric a brac, collectibles, hats, hardware items, pre-loved clothes and shoes, books, music – you name it and it’s laid out here on a stall on Sundays.
Located in the Car Park in Station Street Camberwell, [east of Burke Road] tucked in behind the Burke Road shopping strip. Station Street runs between Prospect Hill Road (North) and Riversdale Road (South).
It’s easy to spend the whole morning wandering through the markets in time for lunch at one of the many cafes and restaurants on Burke Road.
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.