Dandenong Market is located in the heart of Dandenong, 40 minutes from Melbourne CBD.
Take Citylink/M1 (includes tolls), and then exit by turning right at Stud Road. Continue along Stud Road for three kilometres, then turn right onto King Street.
Take the Westgate Freeway, which joins Citylink/M1 (includes tolls). Exit by turning right at Stud Road. Continue along Stud Road for 3 kilometres, then turn right onto King Street.
Take Citylink/M1 (includes tolls), and then exit by turning right at Stud Road. Continue along Stud Road for three kilometres, then turn right onto King Street. Alternatively, take the National Highway Alt 1 (Dandenong Road / Princes Freeway), turning left onto Clow Street.
Take Eastlink/M3 (includes tolls). High St Rd/State Route 24 in Wantirna South. Take the High St Rd exit from Eastlink/M3. Get on M1 in Wheelers Hill. Exit by turning right at Stud Road. Continue along Stud Road for three kilometres, then turn right onto King Street.
Take Peninsula Link and exit by turning right at Greens Road. Take the Dandenong bypass to Dandenong Frankston Road, turning left. Continue until Clow Street, turning right.
Take the Gippsland Highway which joins Princes Hwy. Follow Princes Hwy and M1 to Heatherton Rd/State Route 14 in Doveton. Take exit 18 from M1. Turn left onto Stud Rd for three kilometres, then take a right onto King Street.
The closest station is Dandenong Railway Station, which is a 15 minute walk from Dandenong Market.
For information on train lines near you, Public Transport Victoria’s journey planner is a useful travelling tool.
The following buses stop on Cleeland Street, directly opposite Dandenong Market (one minute walk):
695F: Gembrook - Fountain Gate
697: Belgrave - Belgrave South via Belgrave Heights
802: Dandenong - Chadstone via Mulgrave, Oakleigh
804: Dandenong - Chadstone via Wheelers Hill, Oakleigh
802-804-862 combined: Dandenong - Chadstone via Mulgrave, Oakleigh
The following buses stop on Clow Street, directly opposite Dandenong Market (one minute walk):
862: Dandenong - Chadstone via North Dandenong, Oakleigh
843: Dandenong Station - Endeavour Hills via Endeavour Hills SC
845: Dandenong - Mossgiel Park via John Fawkner Drive
849: Dandenong - Mossgiel Park via Gleneagles Drive
861: Dandenong - Endeavour Hills via Thomas Mitchell Drive
The following buses stop on MaCrae Street, opposite Dandenong Plaza (5 minute walk):
892: Casey Central SC - Dandenong Station via Hampton Park SC
893: Cranbourne Park SC - Dandenong Station
828: Hampton - Berwick Station via Southland SC, Dandenong
For information on buses near you, Public Transport Victoria’s journey planner is a useful travelling tool.
With 1000 parking spaces including ample undercover spots, there is plenty of cheap parking at Dandenong Market. The car park is open on market days only:
Parking at Dandenong Market is free until 10:30am on Tuedays, Fridays and Saturdays. Beyond that, car parking fees start from as little as 50 cents for 1 hour (or $9 for all day). Visitors can pay using cash or credit card (minimum credit card payment is $1).
Parking is free all day Sunday.
Parents with prams parking is available in the King Street car park adjacent to the Fruit and Veg sheds. See the Dandenong Market Map to the right of this page for details.
Note: accessible parking is located in all car parks off King Street and Clow Street, including the multi-level car park where ramp access is available. The lift is currently being upgraded. The 13 accessible parking spaces are free (the correct sticker must be displayed).
A Chargepoint Electric Vehicle Charger is available in the multi-level carpark at the Dandenong Market.
The charger is located on the ground level of the carpark which is accessed from Clow Street. Simply drive into the car park and you will find the two bays set aside for EV drivers on your right approximately 40 metres from the entrance. If you enter the multi-level carpark from the King St entrance, drive down the ramp, turn left and the EV spaces will be on your left.
When charging for the first time, accessing ChargePoint stations is easy. Simply tap the ChargePoint card over the reader symbol, remove the charging connector and plug in. When the car has finished charging, tap the card to end the session, then unplug the connector and return it to the station.
EV drivers are not charged a fee for using the Chargepoint facility at the Dandenong Market however, you must log into the system using the supplied RFID card before accessing the service.
You also must also purchase a ticket to park in the Market carpark. Ticket machines are clearly identified on each level.
Note: to use the ChargePoint facility, you will need to open a ChargePoint account which can be done online or from your mobile app (iPhone & Android). It’s free, and it takes less than two minutes. With the ChargePoint app, drivers can find charging stations, obtain real-time status on the availability and track energy consumption while charging. When you open an account, you will receive a Welcome Pack containing two ChargePoint RFID cards. Simply follow the instructions to become a registered driver and start using ChargePoint – don’t forget to register your cards.
To find out more about Chargepoint, please visit their website: chargepoint.com