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Welcome to Kinglake Market!  Below you'll find useful information and links so you can enjoy your day in Kinglake.  

Where are we:  You'll find us at 1 Extons Road Kinglake Central, on the corner of Extons Road and the Whittlesea - Kinglake Road.  It's on the grounds of the community centre and opposite the football field.  Find us here

Parking: Parking is accessed from Extons Road. Follow the instructions by our volunteers to a number of parking areas and accessibility options, 

Entry:  Rotary Kinglake donates to a different charity each market and we would greatly appreciate a gold coin donation on entry.  Details of the charity are provided at each gate entry. 

Dogs: The market is pet friendly but all dogs must remain on a lead and by the side of their owners. Please ask other dog owners if its okay for dogs to interact and remove them from any possible dangers. 

Toilets:  Toilets are located in the main brick building and also across the road at the football oval. 


Some of our stallholders

We're lucky enough to have a mix of amazing regular stallholders and seasonal stallholders at every market. With a capacity of 150 sites, there's something for everyone - Gifts for all occasions, plenty of food options, fresh produce, craft beer and even things for your fur babies.  Below is an example of some you might find as well as a list and sitemap that you can download here! Please note some stallholders might have moved site location for the day or not been able to attend - if you can't find the stallholders you're looking for, just ask one of your friendly Rotary market hosts in the high vis vests. 


Itty Bitty's Trinkets

Holmes & Hide

Peter Tapscott

In to Greenery

Redgate Socks

Enchanted Wood by Bushwares


Fae Nation

Crafty Ladies

Hunni B Studio

Cracklin Moments

Poppy Smack


Gourmet Puffs

Billie's Crepes

Jihan Duhoki

Pm Perfection



While you're in Kinglake

The magnificent Kinglake National Park and surrounds offers walks and waterfalls, flora and fauna and places to relax and take in city views. While you're here with us, explore the area and below are a few itineraries for your stay. 

Bushwalk & Pub Grub – walk the Wombelano Falls track, or Stuart Judd Track at Jehosophat Gully and have lunch at the Kinglake Pub afterwards


Birdsong & Songbird – walk the Lyrebird Circuit at Masons Falls and

then go to Songbird Café for lunch


Flying History – visit the Kinglake Ranges Heritage Centre (open Sundays only), then walk then along the Heritage Trail to Flying Tarts Bakery & Café for lunch


Takeaway & Views – grab a pizza from Cappa Rossi’s or fish ‘n chips

from the Kinglake Fish n Chippery and dine with a view at the

Frank Thomson Reserve picnic area


Walk the Dog – the walking tracks in the Toolangi State Forest are

dog friendly – check the Discover Dindi website for details


Visit an art studio - Dindi Open Studios events operate throughout the year – check their Facebook page for details


Visit a berry farm - Kinglake Raspberries is open for pick-your-own

berries from December to March

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Image courtesy of The Cheeky Fox Trail and Cheeky Fox Retreat
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