Next Market – Saturday March 16th

We have lots of lovely familiar traders joining us this month and some super exciting new stalls too.

See you there. 9am to 1pm. 

Your Community. Your Market.

The Park Orchards Market is a community market, where the emphasis is on providing an environment that is open and welcoming for friends and neighbours to bump into each other and catch up. It really is about the community feel.

The market is supported by local community group PORA – Park Orchards Ratepayers Association. Located perfectly between the Yarra Valley and the Melbourne CBD, the Park Orchards Market is a beautiful community market selling great produce from the Yarra Valley and surrounds as well as quality urban wares.

Once a month, you can pop down to top up on your fresh foods, have a coffee or a snack, browse local community interest stalls and hopefully bump into an old friend or two.

The market is an environment where you can come alone, or with the family, relax while kids play and go home with something to talk about.

bouncy-castleIf you have any thoughts or suggestions about what you would like to see at the market, send us a message, we would love to hear from you.

Contact: Park Orchards Market Committee



It’s ‘Park Orchards Market’

It started out as a Farmers market, and is now inviting greater involvement from community groups wanting to raise funds, or locals wanting to have a car boot sale of household goods.

The market is supported by local community groups including the PORA (Park Orchards Ratepayers Association).




We live in a wonderful location, with access to a wide range of commercially produced goods available nearby.  With Eastland and Doncaster Shopping Town on our doorstep, the emphasis of the Park Orchards Market is to provide an environment where smaller local producers can offer their wares direct to customers.

  1. It is expected that all vendors will adhere to the spirit of the market.
  2. Products that are clearly imported, or purchased from a wholesaler or are deemed to be inappropriate (eg: discriminatory or offensive) by management will not be considered.
  3. The market will accept sale of used goods in appropriate sections of the market, provided they are safe and in good condition. This facility is offered to community groups and residents as an efficient fund raiser or garage sale.
  4. Products and produce with faults must be clearly labelled and sold as seconds.