Emporium, Markets and Garden Café
The Bank Bazaar
Garden Café amidst the curiosities in the heart of Richmond
An emporium offering antiques, vintage fashion, retro wares, contemporary design.
Sit in our Garden Café and lose yourself in one of our second-hand books or browse the stalls for something extravagant.
The Garden Café
Sip coffee under the shade of spreading trees in the walled garden of the Bank Bazaar Garden Café, a unique park like oasis in the centre of Richmond.
The Weekend Markets
Soon to be launched will be our Saturday bric a brac and art markets. These will be located in the gardens of the Bank Bazaar and will be a changing collection of casual market stalls selling an assortment of vintage, secondhand and homemade items for collectors and creatives.
The Bank Bazaar Story
The Bank Bazaar building was built in around 1880. It was designed by architects, the Mansfield brothers, as a Commercial Banking Company branch. The style is Victorian Italianate and as with all the banks of this era it was built with an solid and imposing brick stucco front facade. From the back garden however the rear of the bank emerges as a gracious Victorian two storey house and stables and that’s because it was home to the bank manager and his family. In fact the bank was residence to many bank families up until the 1980’s.
Visit our Emporium and Garden Café
Our Weekend Markets are coming soon, but take a tour of our Emporium stall holders, something special for you.
Interested in becoming a part of The Bank Bazaar
We have Vacancies
There are currently limited shop holder spaces available in the Emporium. We will be looking to launch the Saturday Bric A Brac market in November so please complete our online application form to express your interest in either of these retail opportunities.