Rotary Markets

 Bentleigh Sunday Market

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When:    Every Sunday
Hours: 7:00am to 12:00 noon
Where: Bentleigh railway station car park, Bent Street, opposite Coles supermarket
How big: Over 145 stalls available (operating since 1977)
Produce: Plants, clothing, cosmetics, jewellery, books, videos, tools, toys, crafts, pre loved goods, and more!
Supported by:    Run by volunteers from the Rotary Club of Bentleigh Moorabbin Central with assistance from the Rotary Club of Moorleigh Moorabbin.
Access:    Bent Street, opposite Coles supermarket
Parking: Local area parking available.
Host: The Rotary Club of Bentleigh Moorabbin Central – “Committed to enriching the lives of others and the environment through community spirit”.
Cost: Donation of 50 cents (or more).  Casual Stalls cost $25. Tables and clothing racks available for hire at $10 each.
Beneficiaries: Proceeds raised support local charities and Rotary Projects such as bushfire relief and the Haiti earthquake.

 BMC Stalls

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Cheltenham Trash and Treasure and Craft Market

When:    Every Sunday
Hours: 8:00am to 1:00 pm
Where: Undercover car park at the rear of the Cheltenham Shopping Centre (Charman Road and Station Road, Cheltenham).
How big: About 60 stalls each week
Produce: Trash and treasure and craft
Supported by:    Run by volunteers from the Rotary Club of Cheltenham
Access:    Station Street
Parking: Local area parking available.
Host: The Rotary Club of Cheltenham
Cost: New Stall Holders welcome – $15.00 per stall.
Telephone contact: 95894135
Beneficiaries: Money raised at the market from the rental of the stalls is used for many Rotary Projects in the local and international communities.

Cheltnham Market

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Kingston Farmers Market

When:    First Saturday of the month, except January
Hours: 8:00am to 12:30 pm
Where: Sir William Fry Reserve, Nepean Hwy & Bay St , Highett, Victoria
How big: Between 50 and 60 stallholders (operating since 2004)
Produce: Farm fresh produce including organic fruit and vegetables, artisan cheeses and olive oils, specialty breads, free range chicken and eggs, farmed barramundi, lamb, beef and pork together with confectionery, baked goods and preserves.
Supported by: Run by the City of Kingston in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Chelsea.
Access: Nepean Highway and Bay Road
Parking: Local area parking available.
Host: The Rotary Club of Chelsea.
Cost: $2 donation from shoppers
Beneficiaries: Proceeds are used to support local community groups. Chelsea Rotary & Kingston Council are always accepting requests from community groups within the City of Kingston to assist with the market. Each group will raise approx. $2500.00 for their manpower support.

Chelsea Market

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Whitehorse Farmer’s Market

When: Second Sunday of each month
Hours: 8.00 am to 1.00 pm
Where: Nunawading Civic Centre, behind the Police Station, Maroondah Highway, Nunawading
How big: Sixty vendors selling an amazing variety of produce
Produce: From fruit, vegetables and meats through to bread, cakes, pasta, eggs, chutneys and olive oils etc. Enjoy a bacon & egg sandwich and a freshly brewed coffee
Supported by: The Market is conducted by the Whitehorse Rotary Group.  The Whitehorse Rotary Group comprises the Rotaract Club of Whitehorse and the Rotary Clubs of Box Hill, Box Hill Central, Forest Hill, Mitcham, Mont Albert and Surrey Hills (MASH) and Nunawading.
Access: Maroondah Highway
Parking: Ample free parking.
Host: The combined Whitehorse Rotary Group.
Cost: Gold coin entry.
Beneficiaries: All proceeds distributed in the City of Whitehorse to fund a diverse array of community programs.

Whitehorse Farmer's Market

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 Tunstall Square Market

When: Last Sunday of each month February – November.  1st Sunday in December. No market in January.  Hours: 8.00 am to 1.00 pm
Where: Car Park Tunstall Square Shopping Centre, Cnr Doncaster and Tunstall Roads, East Doncaster   Melways Ref 48D2
How big: Up to 80 stalls
Merchandise: New and pre-loved goods, fresh produce, plants, books, art and crafts and more
Supported by: Run by Volunteers from the Rotary Club of Warrandyte Donvale
Access: Doncaster Road
Parking: Ample free parking
Hosted by: The Rotary Club of Warrandyte Donvale.
Cost: Stalls cost $25
Beneficiaries: All proceeds distributed to Rotary Community and International programs
Contact: Telephone (03) 9005 2331  – Sam or Heather (Answering service.  Please leave your details and we will ring you back)

 

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