Round She Goes is an award-winning pop-up market for women, selling preloved designer fashion and quality vintage clothing, jewellery and...Box Hill Town Hall, 1022 Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill
The Suitcase Rummage is like a market, but better – especially if you're a vendor. Bring yourself, cash for your own purchases and a suitcase or...Federation Square , Swanston St, Melbourne
When the weather's this crap, you've got two choices: hybernation or giant pretzels. If you're opting for the latter, heading to the Madame...Madame Brussels Lane, 50 Lonsdale St, Melbourne
Set in the pastoral oasis that is the Collingwood Children's Farm and open the second Saturday of each month, this gourmand's paradise offers a...Collingwood Children's Farm, 18 St Heliers St, Abbotsford
Dee and Kate are two Melbourne makers who want to create a market with a difference. These markets focus on creating handmade wares for your home,...Northcote Social Club, 301 High St, Northcote
Rob Harvey’s a young farmer who brings the produce straight from his Gippsland farm: nothing’s left kicking about in cool rooms for weeks....322-326 Coventry Street, South Melbourne
Campbellfield market reopens on the 6th of June following a nifty facelift, which is promising to be as fun for shoppers as vendors. Retailers are...27-35 Cooper St , Campbellfield
These lads focus on service and sustainability. Fish are long-line caught and sourced from local fisherman where possible. Nothing’s frozen and...322-326 Coventry Street, South Melbourne
Dandenong may be a long schlep from the city, but have you ever been to the food market there? It is, dare we say it, possibly the most diverse,...Cnr Cleeland & Clow St, Dandenong
They reckon over 40% of Footscray's population was born outside Australia and this market is beautiful proof of it. Little stalls representing...Hopkins St, Footscray
It’s all the gourmet deliciousness you’d find at a farmers market, delivered to your door.
Bargain hunters, you’ve been restricting yourselves to zone one for way too long.
The weather might be glum but the shopping certainly isn't as Melbourne keeps us entertained with its winter markets.
Grab your hessian bag: it's time to start eating local, farm-fresh food.
Get ready to give your wallets a beating: August is full of everything from markets to new shops to guitars and amps.