ROTARY MARKET - at The Yarrawonga Showgrounds
Third Sunday of every month from 8am til 12 Noon - Great Variety -150 Stalls
- selling plants, bulbs, succulents and water plants,veggies, specialty meats, Clothes and tools, sunglasses and books, pet accessories
Clothes galore, baby clothes and pet accessories. Collectables from the shed, the kitchen, simply everywhere. There are toys, gardening tools, kitchen tools, sun glasses, rugs and carpet, pets leads and clothing and bedding, quality second hand books and homewares and records……..discover for yourself and come and have a field day.
Check out The Rotary BBQ for delish, Burgers, Hot-Dogs and the famous Egg&Bacon Roll.
|Event Venue:||Yarrawonga Showgrounds
Gilmore Street & Dunlop Street 3730
|Event Times:||Sunday - Starts 8am|
Access without assistance for Disabled
No dogs please!!
|Market Dates 2015/16||
Please note that the Easter Market has been cancelled as it clashes with the regular Farmers Market, held on the same day on the Yarrawonga Foreshore
Information for Stallholders and potential stallholders, Click here
The Rotary Community Market has come a long way since its humble beginning on Sunday, November 19, 1989 at the old Drive-In Theatre Yarrawonga.
The local community and visitors welcomed and supported the market which was on its way to becoming the very popular event it is today. The spectacular growth and success of the market has reinforced the belief that everybody loves attending a market.
After 3½ years at the Drive-In Theatre site, the market was moved closer to the shopping area – the car park of Payless Supermarket, a new venue for only two years because the popular market expanded to the point that a larger area was needed. In May 1993 the market was moved to the grounds of Yarrawonga Primary School.
The school grounds location served the market well until 2000 when it was transferred to its fourth and present site – the large Yarrawonga Showgrounds with its many facilities and abundant free parking where the market has flourished, now attracting thousands of market goers.
Such is the popularity of the market that some 150 plus stall holders travel from as far as Melbourne to present their wares.
The monthly market has become a fund raiser for the local Rotary Club who direct proceeds to charitable causes.