Kew Record Fair

Kew Record Fair

About the Fair

Why do we do the Fair? Its quite simple really, we love music and we’re very passionate when it comes to music that’s been released on vinyl. Our aim is to help Preserve the Culture of Vinyl & Record Fairs in Melbourne and to introduce it to new generations that will hopefully, in time, continue to do the same in the future.

The Sellers

There’s always a great mix of sellers who come from all over Victoria. In the past we’ve had Private Collectors, DJ’s, Musicians, Radio Presenters, Independent Music Stores and Professional Sellers take part in the fair.

We regularly invite many of the original sellers back to the fair. They love music, they’re passionate about vinyl and consistently bring a quality mix of music, covering all styles and genres.

The Music

There’s around 50,000 Records at each of our fairs, LP’s, EP’s and 45’s, in all styles and genres. We also have 1000’s of CD’s, Music Memorabilia, Books, Picture Discs, Posters, Plastic Record Sleeves and cassettes. 

Kew Record Fair Dates 2017

  • April 30th
  • July 9th
  • TBA


Kew Heights Sports Club
397 Barkers Rd, Kew, 3101. Melbourne

General Entry : $4.00 (9:30am-4pm)
Early Bird Entry : $10.00 (8am-9:30am)

Stall inquiries – Please email us if you’re interested in booking a stall at one of our fairs:


Sellers – There’s limited parking on site which is reserved for the sellers.

Patrons – Burke Rd or Mount St have all day parking and are the best option for parking on the day.

Getting There

The venue is located at 397 Barkers Road, Kew. The property is surrounded by hedges so look out for this driveway. It’s at the top of the first hill when driving from Burke RD along Barkers Rd (heading towards the city). Enter via foot from Burke Road or Mount St and make your way to the venue entrance which is located at the rear of the building.

Google Maps

Visit Google Maps HERE and type (397 Barkers Road, Kew, Victoria) into the search maps box to see a detailed street map of the area.

Public Transport

The closest public transport option is to catch the 72 tram up Burke Road from Camberwell Train Station, to the corner of Barkers Rd and then walk to the venue which is about 5-10 minutes walk up Barkers Rd.

72 Trams
Commence in Swanston Street near Faraday Street (University of Melbourne) and run via Swanston Street (City), St Kilda Road (Domain Interchange), Commercial Road, Malvern Road and Burke Road to terminate near Cotham Road (Kew).

The 72 Tram runs past Camberwell Train Station if you are traveling by train.

There’s a Taxi Rank at Camberwell Train Station and it is only a 5 minute drive from the station to the venue.


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