Dandenong Market, Dandenong

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MELBOURNE | Dandenong Market was founded in 1866, and has called its current site home since 1926. It’s Melbourne’s second oldest and second largest market, and is a hive of activity, with a vast array of fresh, local produce available.

The market’s stalls and vendors can be roughly split into five sections.

  • Fruit and Veg, where you can purchase fresh, seasonal, locally grown produce and often speak directly to the growers;
  • Meat, Fish & Deli, where you can find any cut of any meat, you’re looking for, along with fresh seafood and a variety of deli and smallgoods;
  • The Pantry, where you’ll find an assortment of dry goods like coffee beans, herbs, spices, exotic ingredients, and cooking essentials;
  • Market Square, which is where you’ll find a diverse array of food being cooked to order to eat at the market. Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Italian, Turkish, Sri Lankan, Greek, Afghani and more.

There are over 150 different nationalities represented at the market and over 200 traders, and Dandenong itself is Victoria’s most culturally diverse neighbourhood, with 67% of its residents being born overseas. This means that almost anything you could want from around the world can be found here.

Dandenong Market serves as a real community focal point, and there are always loads of events and things going on here. Check the official website for details on what’s on when.

Dandenong Market

40 Cleeland Street
Dandenong
Victoria 3175
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9701 3850
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Website

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