We are open every Saturday 9am – 2pm except during Covid-19 Lock downs when there are only 5 reasons to leave your home and days of Total Fire Ban.
We are no longer pre booking casual sites and will return to casuals being allocated sites each market. For more information please refer to our casual stalls information.
To avoid disappointment we recommend all first times stall holders email to confirm their products are suitable for sale during covid restrictions prior to attending via: standrewsmarket.com.au
We ask that everyone follow the markets covid safe guidelines as follow so we can continue to have markets:
- On arrival everyone must check in via the market QR code
- Customers to sign in via the individual QR code at point of sale at each stall
- Hand sanitiser available on stall at all times for customer use
- Follow physical distancing: keep 1.5 meters away from others
- Practice good hand hygiene and cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze
- Avoid touching items or produce as much as possible
- Stay home when unwell
It is going to be a little different for a while including lots of empty spaces around the market that have been created to allow us all to move around and avoid congestion.
Start your weekend the right way with a visit to St Andrews Market.
Regulars each week include freshly brewed chai, amazing coffee and a great selection of cuisine including vegan and gluten free options, art and craft, fresh produce, and pre-loved, vintage and retro items.
Located in the foothills of the Yarra Ranges with a passion for fresh, handmade, recycled and creative items St Andrews Market is a great place to shop, relax and take in the atmosphere.
We also love casual stalls!
Our casual fee is $20 and there is no booking required. For information on having a stall refer above as there are some restrictions on items that can be sold.
When visiting the market don’t forget to stop by A Boy Named Sue café, Local Baker, Punch wine room, The Cheese Rebels and St Andrews pub all located opposite the market.
The market is located in the central district area (same as Melbourne) and we recommend you refer to CFA and local weather warnings during high risk times before entering the area.