Dandenong Market 


Dandenong Market is a beautiful traditional Victorian market precinct, located in the centre of the city of Dandenong. This George Robinson-designed landmark building was completed in 1910 and is one of the most complete Victorian markets surviving in Victoria. The market is home to a wide range of specialty shops, cafes, restaurants, fashion boutiques, antiques and collectables stores, a gallery and museum. The market remains one of Dandenong’s most visited tourist attractions, and is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.

Nestled between farmland and the Dandenong Ranges is Dandenong Market. Home to over 150 stalls, the market has become a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. As well as being home to around 150 stalls, Dandenong Market is also a popular attraction for many in the Melbourne community.

The Dandenong Market, also known as the Dandenong Market Complex, is a market located within Melbourne, Australia. It is the largest market in the Southern Hemisphere, occupying 40 hectares with 63 percent of its retail space dedicated to food. The market consists of a multi-level shopping centre, a fresh food market (alongside a covered fresh fruit and vegetable market) and two wholesale centres.

Dandenong Market, located in Dandenong, is Australia’s largest open-air market. With more than 200 stalls, there is something for everyone. Expect to find a variety of Asian foods, fresh produce, fish, meat, clothing, souvenirs, and more. The Market is open seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Dandenong Market is a large open-air market located in Dandenong, Victoria, Australia. The market was founded in 1862, making it one of the oldest markets in the country. At 2,300 square meters, Dandenong Market is one of the largest open air markets in Melbourne’s metropolitan area. It sells approximately 1,700 tonnes of produce a week and is run entirely by volunteers. The market also serves as a focal point for the local community, with many community groups and organisations holding regular stalls.

Dandenong Market has stood the test of time. In fact, it’s been around for over 150 years! If you were to take a walk down Brougham Street in Dandenong you would recognise a number of historical landmarks, and the corner of Brougham and Lonsdale Street is also home to the Dandenong Market. What started as a market selling local produce has transformed into a tourist attraction with restaurants, cafes, and arts & crafts stalls dotted around.