Camberwell Sunday Market is a popular trash and treasure market held every Sunday by the Rotary Club of Balwyn, in the carpark at the rear of Burke and Riversdale roads, Camberwell.
Only second hand goods, or hand-crafted goods, specifically made by the stallholder, excluding food is sold at the market so its great for vintage clothing, crockery and books as well as unusual things like photo albums, typewriters and ornaments.
You never know what you'll find there and with a bit of luck and digging you might uncover that hidden vintage gem. Some stall owners are happy to haggle so you might be able to save a few dollars.
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.
The Camberwell Sunday Market raises funds for a wide range of charities raising over $9m for the community.
Stallholders are required to register and then book a stall, as well as checking booking status at any time.
The market trades every Sunday (except for the Sunday prior to Christmas Day).
Operates in the Station Street carpark (west side). (Melway Ref: 45 J 12)
Re Picture above - we just wanted to be able to say... taken at the market because unlike many web sites, we actually go to markets, not just list them.
Going strong since 1976...
Days: Every Sunday
Time: 7am - 12.30pm