• The Market is held every Sunday – Except where Christmas day and New Years day fall on a Sunday
  • The Market is located in the car park at the Centro Maddington Shopping centre – Burslem Drive Maddington
  • The Market operates between the hours of 05:30am to 10:30am
  • Buyers and sellers are admitted at the same time
  • Toilet facilities are available after 05:30 hrs
  • No pets allowed. Registered assistance dogs welcome
  • Any items not sold must be removed by the seller at the conclusion of the Markets
  • Hot Food, Coffee and Cold Drinks are available at the market after 06.15 hrs
  • Sellers are charged at the following rate which is collected from the sellers at approximately 07.30 hrs
    • Entrance $15 - which entitles a seller to two marked bays (including parking for your vehicle, if required)
    • Selling bays used in addition to the first two bays - $5.00 per bay

Buyers are charged on admission 

  • Adults: $2.00
  • Concessions/Pension: $1.00
  • Children under 12: $0.50
  • Children under 5: Free
  • Family: $4.00 (2 x Adults with children under 12)

The Market is licensed to sell PRE-USED

  • Art and art supplies,
  • Clothing,
  • Cosmetic requisites,
  • Costume Jewellery,
  • Domestic electrical appliances,
  • Drapery,
  • Educational requisites,
  • Furniture'
  • Garden equipment,
  • Glassware,
  • Haberdashery,
  • Hardwar ( including tools),
  • Household cleaning utensils,
  • Household fixtures and fittings,
  • Kitchen utensils,
  • Crockery and cutlery,
  • Motor vehicle spare parts,
  • Photographic equipment,
  • Reading materials,
  • Records, cassettes, compact disks and video tapes,
  • Rugs blankets and linen,
  • Soft furnishings,
  • Sporting and camping equipment (including bicycles) ,
  • Toys,
  • Travel goods, and
  • Potted plants


The Department of Agriculture have issued a schedule of Plants and pests that have be “Declared” and cannot be distributed / sold or traded within Western Australia

Once a plant or pest has been declared – possession of such plants can attract heavy penalties

Schedules of declared plants and pests can be found via the following links

Read the History of the Market 1980 to 2017