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WHEN

Bayside Farmers Market is held on the third Saturday of every month.

List of dates

WHERE

The market is held at: Trey Bit Reserve, Jetty Road, Sandringham Vic 3191 Melways 76 F8.

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PARKING

Parking is right next to the market on Jetty Rd, or on Beach Rd next to the football club.

$200,000

That's how much the Bayside Farmers Market has raised towards projects in the local community!

Entry

There's a $2/person contribution that goes towards the projects of Hampton and Sandringham Rotary clubs. The market is organised by volunteers who had to get up early, so please give them a big smile!

Be part of a world record

We are trying to break a world record and you can help!

The Guinness Book of Records show the most people holding glow sticks simultaneously as 836, but with your help we think we can break that record.

It's at the Trey Bit reserve the evening after the Farmers Market on the 18th of April. It's definitely something to bring the kids to.

Find out how you can be part of Glow For Good

In the news

Here's what Weekend Notes said about the Bayside Farmers Market.

Weekend Notes is an online publication covering fun and interesting things to do around your town or city. They have over 1 million subscribers.

Where are we?

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Market dates

18th April 2015

16th May 2015

20th June 2015

18th July 2015

15th August 2015

19th September 2015

17th October 2015

21st November 2015

19th December 2015

Organised by Rotary

Rotary volunteers make a difference in the local community and around the world. Cumulatively, that entry fee or the egg and bacon roll add up to enough money to buy swags for the homeless or provide sanitation for a village in the third world.

Our members are regular people but we make a difference by working together.

Find out more by asking a Rotary volunteer or visiting the websites of the Sandringham or Hampton clubs.