St Andrews Community Market, Greater Melbourne
(4.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • First up, I must reveal that I am a market aficionado; I completely adore a good local market! Not trash and treasure‚Ķ A proper market where I can purchase from the makers and growers themselves. When...  more »
  • What an interesting market. Wonderful variety of stalls. Colourful characters that are there. Just a wonderful experience to visit. A great road trip to take on a Saturday then visit other towns in th...  more »
  • This market was overrated. The art products appeared mass produced, fresh food was more expensive than the local fruit shop and the stall holders were standoffish. There are plenty of other markets wh...  more »
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  • Quaint, used to be more fun and a bit bigger, but still, enjoyable market for the hippy in all of us. Great place to stroll with a coffee and a friend. Wonderful people, amazing area. and a pub across the road!! What's not to like
  • Probably the most relaxing market experience in Melbourne and nearby regions. We like to walk from Smith's Gully along a creekside trail, and can hear the tom tom drums long before we see the actual market. Child friendly, plenty of obligatory new age silliness and pretty good food. Friendly crowd and just across the road from "A Boy Named Sue" (decent pizzas)
  • The drive up to St Andrews, pass Panton Hill and Kangaroo Ground is one of the most beautiful drives in Victoria. The market itself is an institution and has been around for decades. Stallholders sell a variety of home grown fruits, bread, honey, tea, nuts. Afterwards retire to the Boy Named Sue for their wood fired pizza and beer.
  • Great getting out into a peaceful bush setting at a small, grass roots market. I've been to this market countless times and usually enjoy myself. Of course, there are sometimes grumpy and judgemental stall holders (maybe because I don't have dreadlocks or wear tie dyed pants anymore), but they're usually the exception. I've also had some wonderful experiences with stall holders who clearly put a lot of love and effort into their handmade wares, for which I'm happy to splurge and have a chat. One drawback that I've noted though is the increase in stalls with $2 shop tat, which brings down the quality of the market. Overall though, I love visiting the St Andrews market and would recommend others make the enjoyable trip.
  • Perfect Day, Best stall food, various Artists skilled,great vib , freindly people , best massage however i did notice a potential accident. Feel free to contact me so i can explain.