Hawthorn Craft Market15 Votes
- Address: City of Boroondora Parkview Room, 340 Camberwell Rd, Camberwell VIC 3124, Australia
- Phone: +61-434255414
- Tags: Market, Family And Kids, Arts And Crafts
If you are touring in Australia and want to buy some souvenir for your friends, Hawthorn Craft Market is the place for you! This is one of the oldest markets in Melbourne where you will find all the authentic Australian handicraft. The market runs on the first Sunday of the month from March to December from 10 am to 3 pm and attracts many locals as well as tourists. You will see a gathering of different craftsmen, artisans, designers, and local vendors offering a wide range of locally made products. This includes jewelry, homewares, stationery, fashion items and more.
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- Bus 612 to stop- Camberwell Civic Center
- Tram 75 to stop- Camberwell Primary School
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62.5% of people who visit Camberwell include Hawthorn Craft Market in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
46.15% of people start their Hawthorn Craft Market visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Hawthorn Craft Market
70% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hawthorn Craft Market
Hawthorn Craft Market Reviews & Ratings
A reasonably sized market featuring predominantly arts and crafts. There were only a few trend related stands. The rest was geared more to the older, retired demographic that held the stalls. Most of the market was indoors, so fine to still go if it's raining. It will probably take 15mins to happily walk through the whole thing.
One of the saddest markets I've been to. People selling homemade garbage with no skill or artistic merit. Can't see why anyone would buy yet there are high prices. Charity vultures also circle the market. Was tricked into visiting because of the high reviews that I really don't understand. The only positive is the adjacent arts centre has nice exhibits.
PLEASE NOTE - This market is ONLY open on the First Sunday of every month. It is NOT every week.
Lots of creative people
Great local market offering. Good variety.