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Yarra Glen Racecourse Market

The Yarra Glen Racecourse Market is just an easy hours drive from Melbourne and is the perfect place for picking up some fresh produce, sampling some tasty food and wines and browsing a variety of handmade products.

2018 Yarra Glen Racecourse Farmers Market Dates

Held on the 1st Sunday of the month, the Yarra Glen Racecourse Market offers a range of fresh produce and handmade items with over 300 stalls selling fruit, vegetables, eggs, nuts and muesli as well chocolates, plants, garden sculptures, clothing, furniture and artworks.

As you wander the marketplace, pick up a delicious snack at one of the many food stalls selling dishes from all over the world such as souvlaki, calamari, paella, Italian donuts and hot coffee.

Kids will be kept entertained with an animal farm, painting stand and playground.

Parking is available on site and costs $4 per car. As dogs are not permitted at the Yarra Glen Racecourse, they are unfortunately not permitted at the market either; there are plenty of pet stalls at the market, so you can always pick up a treat for them while you’re at the market instead!

Please note that this market is CLOSED during winter in July and August.

Event Dates

1st Sunday of every Month CLOSED July & August

Event Times

9am - 2pm


Yarra Glen Racecourse


Armstrong Grove
Yarra Glen, VIC

Contact Details

(03) 5976 3266


Parking: $4


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    • Hi Korraine,

      The announcement from the organisers of the Yarra Glen Racecourse was as follows:
      “At this stage we are planning to run the market as normal this weekend. We recommend anybody travelling to these events to check the weather and assess if it’s appropriate to come before travelling. We are keeping a very close eye on the weather reports, specific to the location. We will use the Craft Markets Australia Facebook Page and website for any further updates should this situation change.”

      Best regards,