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Trading Hours: Tuesday, Thursday to Saturday 7 am - 5 pm. Sunday 10 am - 3 pm (select traders).

About Us

Welcome to your neighborhood’s premier fresh food destination! For over 90 years, our Market has been synonymous with top-notch produce and an unparalleled shopping experience, complete with exceptional old-fashioned service.

 

Whether you’re in search of premium fruits and vegetables, delectable local or imported cheeses, prime cuts of meat, sustainably sourced seafood, poultry and game, or vibrant fresh-cut flowers, you’ve arrived at the perfect destination.

 

Our traders pride themselves on offering the finest selection of quality goods.

 

Experience the difference at our Market, where freshness and variety meet exceptional service.

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Did you know that Camberwell Fresh Food Market boasts a remarkable 90+ years of history?

 

This market isn’t just about selling fish, flowers, fruit, chicken, chives, and chorizo; it’s a place where stories, confidences, and lively banter are exchanged with equal enthusiasm.

 

Here, the butchers, fishmongers, florists, fruiterers, and deli owners not only fill your baskets but happily lend a hand carrying them to your car if they become too heavy.

The delightful medley of mixed chatter creates a unique soundtrack.

 

Moreover, if you seek rare recipe ingredients, the traders here are unparalleled. They stock everything you could desire and will move mountains to source them for you, just as long as you share how the finished dish tasted.

 

Camberwell Fresh Food Market is more than a marketplace; it’s a vibrant community of passionate food enthusiasts.

Our History

1930s

The site the market is now on was originally a horse carriage factory and in the 1930’s became a produce market, servicing the market growers of the area.

1992

In 1992 a serious fire damaged most of the market, during the repairs the stall holders traded from a temporary premises.

2002

A refurbishment in 2002 gave a fresh look and opened the rear wall to the car park, allowing better access. Many stall holders are second and third generation family run business and still trade in the traditional style marketing.

2004

In December 2004 two new mosaics were made by Helen Bodycomb and René Schaefer were installed in the market.

Download Our 85th Anniversary Booklet