We are an independent business at the Melbourne Wholesale Markets.

Our comprehensive and informative walking tours deliver a personalised & specialised morning immersed in the trade of this world class facility at Epping.

TOURS run around 2 hours during market trading hours.

Suggested start time is 5.30am and finish as the market closes is by 7.45am. A later start can be requested!

Private tours are on request. Already scheduled tour dates are listed here but please contact us for any other dates.

The Fruit & Vegetable Market trades Monday through to Friday

The Flower Market fully trades only on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday

You are welcome to CALL OR EMAIL for any tour date

Ensure you are warmly dressed for all winter tours. There is no heating at the markets.

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Flower Market ..all welcome ...purchasing encouraged!

Saturday 25th AUGUST   - Brighten a Winter's day with flowers! 

For public visitors, or perfect for those in business. Fantastic range of flowers and first choice at the market!

Visit this magnificent trading warehouse of flowers in the north of Melbourne and enjoy the authentic trading experience. 

Our tour is suitable for anyone interested in the flower industry. We spend our time meeting the traders and enjoying the masses of fantastic fresh flowers, pot plants & floristry supplies. Purchasing from any seller is possible!.

Suitable for the Public and Industry.  Please phone or email for any GROUP, INDUSTRY or EDUCATIONAL tours or any date not listed on booking button.

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Mid Week General Tour for TOURISTS & PUBLIC, INDUSTRY VISITORS

TUES 28th AUG.....Our Walking Tours  focus on all trading areas. More details from our office, if required. Suitable for anyone who's ever wanted to see behind the boom gates .....includes an Introduction to the Industry, with a thorough guided tour of the whole market, meeting some traders, looking at the history, finding out how the markets work!  Public visitors welcome.

If planning to conduct Business, this tour is not suitable.

Industry visitors, please check if this tour is relevant for your needs

Please note: This tour may not be suitable for those with limited mobility. Any purchased tickets fully refunded if  minimum numbers are not reached for tour to run.

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Private, personalised & Business Tours

Choose the date that suits you best.... 

Check Private tour booking button or contact our office for other options.

Ideal for potential business or to be introduced to specific traders or suppliers eg. Exporters. Our PRIVATE TOUR is an intensive, time saving option for those wishing to get an 'inside track' to trade. Fully escorted with business experienced guide. You are welcome to conduct business during your own tour.

Suitable for any business currently or planning to be part of the fresh produce industry

Business tours, Intensive F&V floor visits, Private bookings, Fully guided Orientation tours

"Thank you very much for the informative and well guided tour today!" Feb 2018

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An opportunity to be immersed in the trading floor activities, meet and speak with the traders, check out new foods and current trends and keep up to date with the ever changing supply and demand cycle

....thank you for the great experience we all had on your tour! We all thoroughly enjoyed it and it was a very insightful start to the semester. We have since recommended you to quite a few people, your tour is a must for any Melbournian!

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“I must say your service has been the best I have received in my life, keep up the great work.”

Danni – Mitcham Central Flowers

Industry visit ..

"Chilly, but a valuable experience, particularly relating to farmers in the area"

"..... good overview of market, layout, structure, issues & challenges of a system that is linked to our regional economy and food security"