The Outdoor Markets You Must See in Sydney
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Sydney’s market vendors sell some of the best treasures in the city. From vintage goods to fresh produce, the multitude of items in these markets is unforgettable. Here’s a list of the market highlights for every traveller to hit.
Chinatown Night Market
Time and Place: Jan. 27, 2017 to Dec. 29, 2017, Chinatown And Haymarket
Now a major drawcard for tourists, the Chinatown Night Market is a treasure trove for bargain hunters up late. Enjoy the lights, food and shopping at this unique, multicultural market.
Moore Park Foodies and Farmers Market
Time and Place: Aug. 2, 2017, through Dec. 29, 2018, Moore Park
This produce market is one of the best of its kind. It’s just a 10 minute drive from Sydney’s Central Business District, and the goods are always guaranteed fresh. Swing by after work to pick up a handful of fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers on the way home.
Rozelle Collectors Markets
Time and Place: Aug. 5 to April 1 2018, Inner Sydney
Lovingly coined the “bric-a-brac” market, the Rozelle Collectors Markets stalls own an authentic vintage aesthetic. With hundreds of pre-owned treasures, this market is perfect for antique shopping and finding something completely unique. Explore a myriad of items and leave with something truly one-of-a-kind that you wouldn’t have found anywhere else in the city.
The Beaches Market
Time and Place: Dates vary by location, find the date for your preferred market on the Beaches Market website.
The Beaches Market was founded in 2011, in Warriewood and has since expanded to two other locations, Lane Cove and Palm Beach. This market has some of the highest quality produce around. Local honey, specialty cheeses, fish, meat, oils, bread — it has it all. Join the famous Beaches Market bustle and grab a delicious pick of Sydney’s best local ingredients.
Time and Place: Feb. 19 to Dec. 31, 2017, Bondi
Every Sunday, the Bondi Markets open to sell unique clothing, accessories and other goods. Since the market was established in 1993, it has been a time-honoured tradition, drawing in hundreds of shoppers to explore the eclectic collection of handmade wares for sale.