The Tourist Market Itinerary


If you’ve ever planned a trip to a foreign city, you’ll know how important it is to use your time wisely and see as much as possible in the shortest amount of time possible.

Here at The Market Roll, we’ve come up with your very own Melbourne Market Itinerary to make sure that you get to see as many of the fabulous Melbourne Markets as possible, while you’re in town.

Each itinerary is divided up into area, so all you need do is pick an area and hop around to all the markets around there. Unlike The Market Roll’s Market Directory, these itineraries are much more specific and are within a short drive, a tram ride or within walking distance.


Sunday Market at the Arts Centre
Sunday Market at the Arts Centre

The variety of things to do in Melbourne, is endless. Hidden within the maze of little lane ways are the libraries, attractions, art galleries, parks, theatres all along a vivacious waterfront atmosphere.

Visit these markets on your way to visit Federation Square, The Arts Centre, Melbourne Lane ways, Chinatown, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Botanic Gardens.

Craft Hatch Incubator Market
Shed at the Queen Victoria Market,
Corner of Peel and Victoria Streets, Melbourne

Sunday Market at the Arts Centre
100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne


Hawthorn Craft Market

Visit a dynamic art and cultural hub in metropolitan Melbourne – offering an inspiring calendar of exhibitions at the many little art galleries or enjoy dining at one of the 482 Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs restaurants.
The Eastern Suburbs are also home to many of Melbourne’s best Op shops.

Visit these markets while you’re checking out Melbourne’s Metropolitan east.

Camberwell Sunday Market
Station Street, Camberwell

Hawthorn Craft Market
Parkview Room (next to Camberwell Library), City of Boroondara Municipal Offices,
Reserve Road, Camberwell

Mathilda’s Market
Various locations


Prahran markets
Prahran Market

Take a trip to the Chapel Street Precinct, Prahran, one of the great shopping districts of Melbourne. A Melbourne ‘fashion, dining and lifestyle’ strip with a multicultural flavour. You will also discover lounge bars, clubs, lively cafes and great restaurants that make the area a great place to visit, day or night, any time of the week.
Venture off Chapel St into the rich, colourful fashions, eclectic gifts, books and jewellery shops of Greville Street where their doors are open seven days a week.

While you’re here, check out the Prahran Market…

Prahran Market
163 Commercial Road, South Yarra


Sisters Market

Find art, fashion and food on Melbourne’s Soho strip.
Visit the vibrant Brunswick/Fitzroy streets precinct where you’ll find all sorts of people in Melbourne’s bohemian heart. Sit in colourful little cafes, filled with colourful people from all walks of life.

After a long shopping day at our favourite markets filled with the hand made designs of the locals, have a bite to eat at one of the many organic vegetarian restaurants, hamburger joints, souvlaki cafes and tapas bars. When the sun goes down, the fun continues in the restaurants and hundreds of lively nightspots.

Some of the best markets in the north are…

Sisters Market
Brunswick Town Hall, 233 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Rose Street Artists Market
60 Rose Street, Fitzroy

Northern Regards Artisan Market
Northcote Social Club, 301 High St,

Love Evelyn Markets
351 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

If you’re taking public transport, visit Metlink Melbourne to help plan your journey!