All year long
The Queen Victoria Market was the very first open air market in the state of Victoria and is a real institution in Melbourne.
This market has been enlivened by a dynamic and cosmopolitan atmosphere since the nineteenth century. It is renowned for the wide variety of fresh products on offer (making up more than 50% of the market) with fruit and vegetables, meat, chicken, seafood and so on. You can also go bargain hunting for clothes, toys, jewellery and souvenirs at unbeatable prices.
The market is a hive of activity on Sundays with a vibrant and colourful atmosphere when the café terraces, stalls and activities take over the street.
Closed on the 25th of April (the feast day on Friday), the first Tuesday of November and the 26th of December
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