FAQs

When is the market open?

Please see our Opening Hours page for all trading hours including Christmas.

Is the Market open on Public Holidays?

The Market is open on most public holidays. Please check our website closer to the public holiday for operating times.

Are dogs allowed at Parklea Markets?

Dogs are not permitted inside the Market, with the exception of Guide Dogs for the visually impaired or Assistant Dogs.

What are the rates in the carpark?

The carpark is open daily from 6am – 6pm. Parking is Free of Charge.

How do I obtain a refund or exchange an item that I have purchased from the market?

You will need to obtain a refund or organise an exchange with the trader that you purchased the item off directly. If you are not satisfied with the outcome, please contact the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission on 13 32 20 8.30am to 5pm Mon to Friday

How can I become a trader at the day market?

All applications to become a stallholder at the market will need to be submitted via our Become a Stall Holder page. Once a stallholder application has been submitted, our team will contact you in 1-2 working days.

Can I film or take photographs at the market?

Any filming or photography at the market requires a permit and application. Please contact the office to obtain this information. It usually takes approximately 72 hours for the permit application to be reviewed and approved.

How do I perform at the market?

You can apply by visiting Performing at The Markets page.

Are there ATMs at Parklea Markets?

Yes located at entrance 1 and entrance 4

Where are the baby change rooms?

Located at the rear of the female bathrooms.

Do you sell animals at the markets?

Pet products, accessories and fish are only sold.

I would like a job at the market, are there any vacancies available?

To obtain a job with a stall holder or shop owner, you will need to approach them individually yourself as Parklea Markets Pty Ltd does not provide an employment service for any of its tenants.

How can I lodge a complaint?