The Yarra Valley is a mecca for those that love a market. With a mix of craft, food and night markets there is something on every weekend somewhere. St Andrews holds the iconic Saturday market weekly with the Chai tent still full each week, the organic market in Healesville is each Saturday morning, the Upper Yarra has a market on every weekend and Yarra Glen is host to the Craft Market at the Racecourse. Our towns and villages are filled with interesting specialty shops brimming with beautifully chosen and designed goods from both local crafts people and well selected examples from those further afield. Click here to view the Yarra Valley Markets Calendar

Rochford Wines

Aerial shot, Rochford Wines, Yarra Valley
Situated in the heart of the Yarra Valley, Rochford Wines has transformed its restaurant, cellar door and event destination to adapt to the current climate. Rochford has launched a brand new grocery store alongside an extensive take away menu, all available for home delivery.

Rotary Club of Lilydale Craft and Produce Market

Visit the Lilydale Farmers Produce Market for an authentic countryside experience. As you browse through the marketplace, you will see an array of quaint shops, boutique stores, craft stalls and a number of fresh produce stores where the local farmers bring their produce to sell at wholesale prices.

Round Bird Can't Fly

Round Bird Can't Fly produces refined yet simple dishes with pure, bold flavours showcasing seasonal produce at its finest.

Seville

The township of Seville sits on the Lilydale - Warburton Rail Trail, a vibrant community resource used by walkers, runners, cyclists and horse riders. Cool down in summer here at the ever popular Seville Water Play Park. Loads of family fun!

SILVA Yarra Valley Coffee Roasters

Coffee, coffee roaster, tasting, flight, specialty coffee
SILVA Yarra Valley Coffee Roasters is a family owned and operated coffee roastery located in a unique 'zen meets industrial' setting, in the Yarra Valley. Join us for a fun 'Coffee Tasting' experience and discover the unique flavours of specialty coffee with a short black or piccolo flight.

St Andrews Market

St Andrews Community Market has been running for over 40 years and is known for its colour, vibrancy, earthy culture and unique environment. It runs every Saturday between 9am - 2pm amongst the gum trees in a beautiful bushland setting.

TarraWarra Museum of Art

Renowned art museum combining stunning architecture with the very best of Australian and international modern and contemporary art.

Tesselaar Flowers

Tesselaar Flowers operate a destination flower market between Monbulk & Silvan, across from the lake. Drop in and enjoy the sensory experience that only flower markets provide! All welcome.

The Providore at Meletos

The Providore at Meletos
Stocking regional produce, carefully curated homewares, local flowers, house baked sourdough, artisan cheeses, jams and pickles. The Providore is surrounded by vines and orchard and shares the property with restaurants, a boutique hotel and brewery.

Upper Yarra Community Market

The Upper Yarra Community Market is a small trash and treasure market with around 30 stalls held on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from 8am till 2pm.

Wandin North

Attractions, such as the pretty as a picture Warratina Lavender Farm and it's delicious tea rooms, Mont De Lancey Historic Homestead with it's very popular dinning at Savoia Mont De Lancey, Wild Cattle Creek Winery and the numerous fruit orchards and nurseries the area is famous for.

Warrandyte

Warrandyte was founded as a Victorian town, located in the once gold-rich rolling hills east of Melbourne, and is now on the north-eastern boundary of suburban Melbourne.

Warrandyte Riverside Market

The Warrandyte Riverside Market has over 180 stalls of homemade, home grown goods ranging from fruit & vegetables, gourmet food, gifts and plants to hand spun knitted jumpers. An outdoor market set along the banks of the Yarra River running on the first Saturday of each month.

Wonga Park Farmers Market

Relaxed village atmosphere with communal tables, buskers and kids’ activities. Chat to producers and catch up with friends, family and neighbours. Grab a coffee, a bite to eat and fill your basket with seasonal produce and goodies.

Woori Yallock

Woori Yallock sits on the Warburton Highway. The traditional butcher here is famous for it's local quality meats and has been family owned for over two generations. The Warburton Trail passes through Woori Yallock so visitors and local alike walk and cycle the track as it runs along the dismantled former railway line.

Yarra Glen

Just over an hour from Melbourne, explore Yarra Glen's antique shops and independent boutiques in the heart of the Yarra Valley - not a chain store in sight!

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