The Kinglake Market is a community market held in the small country town of Kinglake. The market started in 2010 and is now held every 4th Sunday of the month from between 10am and 2pm. Kinglake Market, 2023 Dates...
Yarra Valley Markets
People come to browse through the markets and village shopping strips that house an array of specialty stores, boutique shops and eateries.
2023/2024 Yarra Valley Farmers, Organic & Craft Market Days / Dates
Whether you are looking for fresh produce, wines and foods or some souvenirs from the art and craft shops, you will certainly come across something interesting at the various Yarra Valley markets.
The Lilydale Farmers Produce Market has been running since 2009 and today is held on the first Sunday of the month. The aims of the market are two-fold, so support local producers as well as raise money for the local community. This market is an authentic farmers market which sells a range of fresh produce including fruit, vegetables, meat, jams, chutneys, sauces, soups, pasta, breads, cakes, olive oil, nuts and spices. The market also has a range of cooked foods available to snack on throughout the day including crepes, pies, egg & bacon rolls and BBQ sausages.
The Healesville Community Market is run over two dates: the 1st Sunday of the month at the River Street Car Park and on the 3rd Sunday of the month at Coronation Park on River Street. The Healesville Community Market on the 1st Sunday of the month sells a range of products from their 105 stalls including crafts, jams, sauces, olive oil, fruit, vegetables, eggs, nuts, bric-a-brac, clothing, jewellery, plants, books and toys. You can also purchase a sausage and a cold drink from the local Scouts who run a BBQ all throughout the market day.
The market on the 3rd Sunday of the month has over 40 stalls sand sells a large range of homemade products, such as soaps and crafts, as well as honey, jam, plants, recycled books, DVD’s and children’s costumes. There are also stalls with a sausage sizzle and coffee van which sells hot drinks all throughout the day.
Held at the Yarra Glen Race Course, the Yarra Glen Racecourse Market is one of the popular weekend markets in the Yarra Valley. Just an hours drive from Melbourne, the market is perfect for picking some fresh produce or sampling some tasty food and wines.
There are so many markets in the Yarra Valley, that every weekend is covered. So come on down and spend a weekend wandering through the stalls and pick up some fresh produce or a handmade souvenir.
4th Sunday of every Month
2nd Sunday of every Month (excluding January)
The Bollygum Community Market (formerly known as the Kinglake Community Market) is a food and craft market located in the small country town of Kinglake. The market is held from September through to May on the second...
1st Sunday of every Month
1st Sunday of the month - The Warby Artisans & Produce Market is held at the Arts Centre in Warburton & supports goods that are locally grown, made & baked.
3rd Sunday of every Month
3rd Sunday of every month: 9am – 2pm.
The market prides itself on selling items from 'paddock to plate', sold direct from grower to consumer; fruit, vegetables, jams & preserves.
2nd & 4th Sunday of every Month
2nd & 4th Sunday of every month: 8am - 2pm.
The market sells a range of items including fruit, vegetables, nuts, dried berries, plants, rugs, hand crafts, home knits, cards and gifts.
1st Sunday of every month: 9am - 2pm.
Selling a range of fresh produce at over 300 stalls including fruit, vegetables, eggs, meat, seafood, nuts and muesli as well other handmade products.
1st & 3rd Sunday of every Month
1st & 3rd Sunday of every month: 9am - 2pm.
Two large markets selling a fresh produce, eggs and honey as well as plants crafts, jewellery, toys & books.
1st Sunday of every Month
1st Sunday of every month: 8am – 1pm.
The Lilydale Farmers Produce Market sells a range of fresh produce including: fruit, vegetables, meat, jams, chutneys, pasta, breads, cakes & nuts.
2nd Saturday of every Month
2nd Saturday of every month: 9am - 2pm.
Selling fresh produce including: plants, eggs, fruit, vegetables, honey, cakes & biscuits as well as handmade cards, jewellery & knitwear.