About Dandenong Market

    • About Dandenong Market
      • About Dandenong Market
        • About Dandenong Market
          • About Dandenong Market
Dandenong Market is a much-loved iconic market located on the corner of Clow and Cleeland Street, Dandenong in Melbourne’s southeast. It first opened in 1866, making it one of the oldest markets in Victoria.

The Market is the centre of community life, and brings together 150 different nationalities under one roof. It’s here you will find an amazing variety of fresh local produce, fruits and vegetables, spices, rices, lentils, beans and nuts.

The Meat, Fish and Deli Hall has halal and conventional butchers, poultry, seafood, as well as deli items, baked goods and kiosks serving up delicious ready-made food. All this, plus an array of plants, jewellery, homewares, clothing and children’s toys, makes Dandenong Market a wonderful one-stop destination for all your shopping needs.

The Market is open four days a week—every Sunday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday (except public holidays).
Sunday 10am-3pm
Tuesday & Saturday 7am-4pm (General Merchandise opens at 8am)
Friday 7am-5pm (General Merchandise opens at 8am and closes at 4pm)

Total Market size is 8001 metres squared
Meat Fish Deli Hall - 1572 metres squared
Market Square - 219 metres squared
Fruit and Veg Area - 1988 metres squared
Southern Food Court - 105 metres squared
General Merchandise Hall - 1888 metres squared
The remaining sections are made up of back of house, cool rooms and showrooms.

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