Preston Market

Preston Market

Preston MarketPreston Market has been successfully running for over 45 years and remains one of Melbourne's traditional markets.

The market opened in 1970 has since grown to house over 130 stores including 12 green grocers, 7 delicatessens, 6 fish shops, 6 poultry shops, 12 butchers, 2 supermarkets and a variety of small goods shops including toys, clothes, carpets, plants, and manchester.

You can't go past Preston Market; with its huge range of food, fashion and general speciality shops, free parking and trams, trains and buses to our door. Its all here!

The atmosphere is unique with a diverse mix of traders and multi-cultural performers playing on every corner.

PRESTON MARKETA thriving bustling market located next to Preston Station which is a 20 minute train ride from the CBD in Melbourne's northern suburbs.

It is noisy but part of the experience as market traders compete with each other shouting their prices and bargains.

The large fresh meat and fish hall of the market is surrounded by the produce and wares which cover almost every type of product.


Preston Market car park is owned and managed by Preston Market Developments and parking restrictions are enforced by the City of Darebin.

Parking at Preston Market on market days
It's easy - enjoy the first 2 hours for free (TICKET NOT REQUIRED) and $2.50 for each additional hour (ticket required and maximum stay of 4 hours enforced).

Parking at Preston Market on non-market Days: Monday & Tuesday
$2.50 per hour - purchase a ticket and display it on your dashboard.

Preston Market car park is no longer managed by Care Park Australia.

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❊ Address & Contact ❊

Preston Market⊜ 30 The Centreway Preston | Map
30 The CentrewayPreston
(03) 9478 3130
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❊ Web Links ❊

Preston Market

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