Markets

The Dandenongs is home to a number unique markets, not just farmers markets but markets promoting sustainable and healthy living.

Some markets, such as the Gembrook Market and the Kallista Market, have young farm and domestic animals, cottage crafts and propagated horticulture for all to enjoy.

The Upper Ferntree Gully Market is held in the Upper Ferntree Gully Railway car park and sells a huge selection of products from rugs and jewellery to dried fruit, nuts and even has vans selling Japanese food, ice cream and much more. Located in idyllic settings, these markets are a throwback to the markets of old, when quality and uniqueness was at a premium, the seller was the producer and you could be sure you were getting nothing but the best.

Belgrave Farmers Market: Held on fourth Sunday of the month, 9am to 2pm at St Thomas More Primary School Reynolds Lane Belgrave. 

Belgrave South Community Market: First Sunday of the month (except September) - 10.30am to 3.30pm. Gilmore Court, Belgrave (off Belgrave & Hallam Rd).

Belgrave Big Dreams Market: Second Sunday of the month - 9am to 2pm. Hayes Car Park, Belgrave Town Centre, Belgrave.

Emerald Craft and Produce Market: Third Sunday of the month - 9am to 3pm. Kilvington Drive and Main Street, Emerald.

Grassroot Market: held between September and April with bothday time and twilight markets in Upper Ferntree Gully and Upwey.

Gembrook Market: Fourth Sunday of the month - 9am to 2pm. Puffing Billy Station, Gembrook.

Kallista Community Market: First Saturday of the month - 9am to 2pm. Main Street, Kallista.

Market Fair: Open 10am to 5pm daily.  2/794 Burwood Highway, Ferntree Gully.

Monbulk Market: Second Saturday of the month. 73 Main Road Monbulk. 

The New Country Market: Second Saturday of the month (except June-August) - 9am to 2pm. 71 Wellington Rd Wandin. (Gold coin entry)

Upper Ferntree Gully Market: Every Saturday 9am to 3pm at Upper Ferntree Gully station Burwood Hwy, Upper Ferntree Gully. Entry: Free.

Dates are correct at time of publication. visitdandenongranges.com.au takes no responsibility for market cancellations.

 

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