Melbourne, Victoria 3000
What started as a small market in the 1850s is now the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere of Australia. The 19th century-old Queen Victoria Market is the centre for trade and commerce in Melbourne. Aside from being the best go-to place for finding quirky souvenirs, Queen Victoria Market also has a variety of goods at reasonable prices. An assortment of fruits, vegetables, poultry, seafood, gourmet, deli foods and specialty delicacies can be found here. There are plenty of indoor and outdoor stalls so you are sure to find exactly what you need.
Get acquainted with Melbourne culture and lifestyle at Queen Victoria Market, another great stop for your Victoria campervan getaway. There are two caravan parks close to the market, and finding a motorhome for your trip is easy when you use the Quote Calculator.
The Market car park is managed by CARE PARK and operates 7 days. Entry to the carpark is via Franklin or Queen Streets.
The Market is closed Mondays, Wednesdays and the following public holidays: Good Friday, Anzac Day, Melbourne Cup Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Plastic bags are now banned from the Meat Hall and Dairy Hall. Buyers are urged to bring re-usable bags when shopping at Queen Victoria Market.