Williamstown Craft market – handmade items
For 25 years Williamstown Craft Market (with between 70 - 100 outdoor stalls on the waters edge), continues to be an exciting day out for thew whole family, sit under the trees and enjoy the bay view, or enjoy the culinary delights of our many food vendors or simply kick back with a glass of wine at one of the local cafes and enjoy the live music.
All items sold at Williamstown Craft Market are either handmade or homegrown. The person selling the item made the item so there will always be a friendly face fully knowledgeable of your purchase. This make a refreshing difference when you know the person selling the item has most likely made the item. The care and love put into the item will show (unlike the mass produced items coming from china and turning up at other craft markets around melbourne).
One of the best ways to get to the market is to take a ferry from Southbank to Williamstown which is serviced by Williamstown Ferries.
Free parking is available in Cole Street and Thompson Street. Be careful which side you park, it is all day parking on one side only so please read the signs. Tenix has secure parking all day, and it is only a leisurely ten minute walk.
| Where ?|
The market is located at the Commonwealth Reserve in Williamstown off Nelsons Place. MELWAYS reference 56 D9.
The market operates on the 3rd Sunday of the month between 10.00am and 4.00pm. See the calendar for dates.