Williamstown Farmers Market
The Williamstown Farmer’s Market, part of the Regional Farmers Markets (RFM) group, is one of the most popular farmer’s markets in Melbourne. With a large team of growers and producers, the farmer’s market provides fresh local, seasonal food and produce.
The market can also include plants and flowers, local art and culinary delicacies.
Each month, the team at Williamstown Farmer’s Market works to celebrate the community by shining a light on local vendors, artists and musicians. Stock up on everything from farm-fresh fruits and vegetables to artisan cheeses, homemade preserves, and much more.
The entire market is dog-friendly, giving you and the whole family a chance to shop local together. Browse the stalls for unique, handmade gifts, fresh-cut flowers, local crafts, and all your Sunday market favourites.
When is Williamstown Farmer's Market?
The Williamstown Farmer’s Market takes place on the second Sunday of each month between 9am and 2pm
You can also find the Williamstown Craft Market down the street at the Commonwealth Reserve every third Sunday of each month between 10am and 4pm.
Williamstown Farmer's Market Location
Robertson Reserve, corner of Cole and Hamner Streets, Williamstown
Williamstown Farmer’s Market is conveniently located 500m away from Williamstown train station and 300m from the nearest bus stop. You will also find plenty of time-limited street parking in the streets surrounding the markets.
Things to do near Williamstown Farmer's Market
Heading to the Williamstown Farmer’s Market? Why not make a day of it!
There are plenty of things to see and experience in Williamstown, from picturesque brunch spots to nature reserves. While you’re at the Williamstown Farmer’s Market, make sure you visit:
HMAS Castlemaine at Gem Pier
Brush up on your maritime history with a visit to HMAS Castlemaine, otherwise known as the only Australian WWII corvette that is still floating.
This restored, heritage-listed vessel is open to the public for a small entry fee, allowing you and your family to catch a glimpse into the lives of the ship’s crew during wartime. With plenty of cafes and playgrounds nearby, a visit to HMAS Castlemaine is an easy and fascinating addition to any day out in Williamstown.
Williamstown Botanic Garden
Take a walk through time when visiting the Williamstown Botanic Gardens. Nestled by the sea, the Williamstown Botanic Gardens opened in 1860 as one of Victoria's first public gardens and features rare and significant trees alongside a formal palm avenue and a charming Edwardian ornamental pond.
Enjoy a picnic, take a stroll along the intricate pathways or just relax and daydream on the cool green lawns.
Escape to the tranquil shores of Williamstown Beach, a hidden gem nestled along the picturesque Hobsons Bay Coastal Trail.
With its pristine sandy beach, breathtaking views of Port Phillip Bay, and lifeguards ensuring your safety, it's no wonder that both locals and visitors flock to this seaside haven. Explore the delightful dining options, lush parks, and sporting grounds and don't forget to cast your line off the Eastern Pier or the rocky outcrops for a chance to reel in a memorable catch.
Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park
Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park.
This regional park is a sanctuary that safeguards the area's historical significance and coastal allure while providing a host of amenities for visitors to enjoy. Stroll along the mesmerising foreshore, where panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay and the iconic Melbourne skyline unfold before your eyes.
Delight in a serene waterfront picnic, savouring the refreshing sea breeze, or sizzle up a delicious barbecue feast at the Quarry Picnic Area.
Where to stay in Williamstown
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