The Queen Victoria Market occupies 7 hectares within the Melbourne Central Business District and has been operated for 130 years.
There are 140 leasehold premises and over 600 periodical licence stallholders. It is a well-known historic and cultural icon for the City of Melbourne and is the largest and most original of all the retail markets in the metropolitan area.
The Market is very much a fresh food market but giftware and souvenirs have become an important part of the Market with particular appeal to interstate and overseas tourists.
This year the Market expects to have approximately 10 million or more shoppers visit the site, making it an important Melbourne institution. Discover more…
“It’s as classic as the building that houses it, as timeless as its enchanting history, as modern as the designs that permeate it and as comfortable as you would expect it to be”