THE Fashion and Clothing Market

The Rag Trade & Recycle Market is proud to be back in an exciting new venue. Collaborating with the brand new Brunswick Street Market, now Melbourne has an exciting new shopping experience that includes Fashion and lots, lots more.

Unfortunately we were unable to return to Gleadell Street - as they are going to be building a new High School in the street - so we have found an amazing new venue!

Located at the city end of Brunswick Street, the Rag Trade & Recycle Market will be incorporated into this new shopping experience.

With the face of the market on the vibrant and eclectic Brunswick Street and running from 11.00 - 3.00 we can catch the brunch crowd, and have a leisurely set up before the street wakes up.

Located at the St Mary of the Cross Square, and alongside the Mary McKillop statue on the pristine Australian Catholic University grounds. The market is positioned less than 800meters from the Paris end of Collins Street, and only 1.7km from the Melbourne GPO. With easy access to all forms of public transport, we are very excited about this beautiful location.

Fashion is still very important to us, but now we would like to bring other quality items along for the ride - so we developed the Brunswick Street Market and will be trading both markets concurrently..

For more information on the Brunswick Street Market, check out the web and facebook



If you like to have a stall at the Rag Trade & Recycle Market - check out our stallholders application / booking tab and fill out the form on this web site.

Starting October 2016 the markets will be running every 2nd Saturday of the month until April 2017.

So don’t miss out!

Cnr Brunswick Street & Victoria Pde, Fitzroy
We are currently having a break
Check Facebook and Instagram for our return


The Rag Trade & Recycle Market is produced managed and run by Eternal Events.

© 2016 Rag Trade & Recycle Market

An artists impression of what the market could look with 3 x 3 marquees, 2m x 1.5m stalls and food trucks

An artists impression of the square currently.

$3,000 paid for a sausage at our first market on Saturday 8 October 2016 for a young man with Muscular Dystrophy who needs a new wheel chair.

Watch video and listen to the interview on 3AW on the links below

Watch the video

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A Community market for Community Initiatives