Voted the best event in the Melbourne's Local Favourites, a competition run by the Leader newspapers; the popularity of Round She Goes has exploded since its inception in 2008.
Women's jewellery and clothing are sold at the market, which is a treasure trove of those seeking a quirky, unique style. Strict guidelines set by the Round She Goes team keep the market in vogue, specifying that T-shirts or sportswear may not be sold. Stallholders are an eclectic bunch, including jewellery and garment designers, and women who want to pass on their pre-loved gear onto fellow fashionistas after overhauling their wardrobes.
Being an up-market do, change rooms are provided; however these are shared amongst all the stallholders so you may have a wait ahead of you.