Parnell Farmers Market & Craft Harvest Market

Every Sat. Check for Craft dates

The markets are at the heart of the Parnell Community Centre

There are always fresh ideas from clever crafters at Craft Harvest! Come and see the amazing line-up of fresh and original, high quality hand-made crafts. With new stallholders participating all the time, there’s always something new to discover. Craft Harvest markets are held on the fourth Saturday of the month (except in December when they hold up to three markets for Christmas shoppers) alongside the Parnell Farmers’ Market.

Running alongside every Saturday morning is the iconic Farmers Market. Bump into friends, have a coffee and stock up on the freshest fruit, vegetables, meat, flowers, delectable bakery, deli produce and more every weekend. Brought to you by the producers themselves.



For more info visit:

Parnell Farmers Market & Craft Harvest Market


Jubilee Building Carpark
545 Parnell Road


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