14 hectares have been set aside for the Rubble and Riches Market at Laverton, situated 38 minutes south east of Melbourne Central.
The market is held on a Saturday and Sunday, every weekend, except for when Christmas Day falls on either.
A flea market, trash and treasure market, or more commonly known these days as The Rubble and Riches Market at Laverton, new and second hand goods are traded.
Open from 7:00am through to 4:00pm
The Laverton Market - Rubble and Riches
The market consists of 2 huge indoor pavillions crammed full of variety stalls as well as a massive number of outdoor stores selling goods ranging from new and used. For example...
The address is 8-18 Leakes Road, Laverton.
Leakes Road is only 800 metres away from the Melbourne Geelong Freeway and 10 minutes by car from Melbourne’s CBD.
For your convenience you can also reach the market using Public Transport.
Bus Route 400 travels from Laverton Station to Sunshine Station on Saturdays and Sundays.
The bus departs from Laverton Station at 6:30am, 7:30am, 8:30am, 9:30am, then every 30 mins.
This Map shows where the bus will drop you at the Laverton Market.
There is a general entrance fee of $1:00 per person and you are able to actually drive right into the market car park at no extra cost.
Children are admitted FREE of charge.
There is also an adjacent car park that can accommodate up to 1000 cars.
Laverton Market Admission Charge
What I found great was the variety of plants that were for sale. Both large and small, seedling punnets, bonsai trees, fruit trees, cacti and succellents, hanging baskets and so much more.
Huge Variety Of Plants For Sale
A great drawcard has to be the variety of fresh fruit and vegetables selling both inside and outside at the market, not to mention the availability of fresh eggs, baked goods as well as sauces and spices.
Fresh Fruit And Vegetables Selling At The Market
Hardware is huge at the market ...
The kitchen doesn't miss out either with plenty of amazing cookware and kitchen appliances as well as chopping boards, knives and other cooking implements.
Kitchenware - Garden Tools - Hardware For Sale
The Rubble and Riches Market is a fascinating market to explore, like prospecting for gold. You never know what you might find.
Something you usually had no idea you were actually looking for!
Market Trash and Treasure
Loved the amazing movie busts and paraphenalia I found inside one of the pavilions...
Mosters And Memorabilia At Laverton Market
New and used clothing features throughout the market.
The latest trends as well as past collectables.
Mens, Womens, Childrens and Babies clothes can be found inside in the pavilions or outside scattered throughout the rubble and riches.
New And Used Clothing Selling At The Market
Featuring - Bronx Hip-Hop Clothing
Shopping is hard work and the Laverton market has plenty of Food Stalls that can supply you with whatever your taste buds prefer.
Hot or cold, the food is well cooked and delicious.
Try the doughnuts, they are yummy!
There are cold drinks available as well as a refreshing cup of well brewed coffee. Most food vans will have seating on the side where you can rest up and gather your strength for the next round of market shopping.
Food Selection At The Market
The Rubble and Riches Market has to be well worth a visit, whether you want new or used goodies. The experience is worthwhile.
Expect to be entertained for at least a couple of hours.
If you are looking for a bargain head on down to Laverton on either a Saturday or a Sunday for a decent shopping experience.
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