If you are early, you can park onsite among an apple orchard which quickly fills up. There is also ample parking on St. Huberts Road. The advantage of road parking is that you have a picturesque walk into the market along a tree-lined avenue. There is always disabled parking on site.
Car park in apple orchard, a picturesque walk to the market.
The tented stalls are neatly arranged along this avenue. I would suggest on arrival you take a leisurely wander past the stalls, taking in the ambience before a few return wanderings taking in all the products offered.
While sitting this area, the air is filled with the gentle music of the Black Kites. I have heard this group play and sing over several years at different markets and their music is always a joy to hear.
Now is the time to inspect the work of local artisans. Most impressive is the timber products from AQ Unique Hardwood Creations. Each piece is carefully designed and created in their Three Bridges workshop. You can buy something to sit on, hang your coat on or cut up your food on.
I am always pleased when visiting Sunday markets to find a new or unique product. At Punt Road is was Banks Botanicals, alcohol-free mixers. It was explained to me that Banks Botanicals is a distilled organic, non-alcoholic spirit that uses Australian Botanicals and made in the Yarra Valley.