About Laverton Market
The Laverton Market is situated in Laverton on about 14 hectares and has 1,400 stalls and 1,000 car-spaces nearby.
There is a huge outdoor area, with stalls selling secondhand and new items at unbelievably low prices.
The undercover area consists of two 3,500 square metre pavilions with stalls selling everything from clothes to hardware and fruit and vegetables.
While browsing, you can grab a donut or quick snack from one of the many food vans.
Laverton Market - CLOSED weekend of Sat 13 & 14 Feb 2021
We are open every Saturday and Sunday from 8.30am to 3.00pm
Come and join us - the food and coffee are great all day!
Laverton Market (Rubble & Riches Market) is one of the largest and longest running weekend markets in Melbourne's western suburbs. The market was founded in 1974 at its former site on Boundary Road, Brooklyn. In 1984 the market moved to its current site on Leakes Road, Laverton, where it continues to operate today. Laverton Market originated as a predominately second hand market trading under the name 'Rubble & Riches Market'. Over the years the market has grown to welcome a more diverse range of stallholders that offer a wider variety of products and services both new and second hand.
Today, Laverton Market welcomes hundreds of full-time and casual stallholders and thousands of customers every weekend. The market boasts over 20 food vans that cater to the many thousands of visitors to offer them an enjoyable shopping and culinary experience.
The market and all its stakeholders look forward to continued growth and success well into the future.