The St Kilda Esplanade Market has been operating for over 50 years and has been a platform for new artists to begin their careers.
With more than 80 artists and craftspeople there’s plenty to browse by Melbourne’s open-air gallery by the sea.
Each and every stallholder has a hand in making the products being sold. Take the time to ask how their products are made, and you will soon see the love and passion that is poured into each of their one-of-a-kind pieces of work.
From gifts and souvenirs to furniture and jewellery – you will leave with confidence knowing that you will take home something that is truly one of a kind.
New stalls are added to the market on a regular basis so there’s always something different to catch your eye!
It’s famous for a good reason – there’s something for everyone and more!
South Melbourne Market is the quintessential village market, a place where people come to purchase fresh food, to meet, eat, drink, shop, discover, share and connect.
Opened in 1867 the South Melbourne Market has been trading for over a 150 years.
A foodie’s paradise where freshness, quality and diversity are paramount with food stuffs from land to sea. There’s also an amazing array of merchandise and services with everything from clothing, homewares and second hand books to hairdressing and pet food.
A full calendar of live music, events and activities, the Market is a happy and experiential place that celebrates the senses.
Queen Victoria Market is not only a historical landmark but a Melbourne shopping institution.
Opened in 1878 the Queen Victoria Market has been trading for over a 140 years and is the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.
Visitors can find the best of Australian produce be it artisan cheeses, dressed meats or an array of seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Beyond food the Queen Victoria Market offers a treasure trove of clothing, jewellery, handcrafts, homewares and souvenirs.