List of markets in Sydney

List of markets in Sydney

Markets in Sydney offer an extensive range of produce, new and second-hand merchandise. There are both outdoor and covered markets in Sydney, Australia. Notable markets in the Sydney area include:



Paddys Haymarket

Opera House Market. The Market, which has been running for over 12 years, has up to 40 stalls with Australian made products including art and craft works, jewellery, paintings, fragrances, clothing and souvenirs. The market has now closed due to renovations.

Paddy's Market. Paddy's Markets are located at Haymarket (near Chinatown) and as part of Sydney Markets at Flemington (near Sydney Olympic Park). The markets cater for both locals and tourists and is home to over 1,000 stalls that sell almost everything from fashion and accessories, sporting goods, fresh fruit and vegetables, pets supplies, clothing, electrical goods to arts and crafts and souvenirs.

Sydney Fish Market. The Sydney Fish Market, located at Pyrmont, is open 7 days a week and sells both fresh and cooked fish and seafood.

The Rocks Market. Located at the north end of George Street, nestled in the heart of The Rocks and under the shadow of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is The Rocks Market, which has a distinctive amount of arts and crafts. It has recently been expanded to include a large weekend market and a farmers market (Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays).


Sydney Markets

Balmain Markets are located in the grounds of St Andrews church every Saturday, on the corner of Darling and Curtis Road, Balmain.[1]

Blacktown Markets are held every Sunday in the Greater Union Drive-In Theatre on Cricketers Arms Road Prospect.

Bondi Markets are open every Sunday in the grounds of Bondi Beach Public School at Bondi Beach.[2]

Bundeena Markets are held on the first Sunday of every month at Horderns Reserve Bundeena in the south of Sydney.[3]

Centennial Park Markets are held on the fourth Sunday of every month at Centennial Parklands, Oxford Street, Woollahra in Sydney.

Cooks River Markets are held on the last Sunday of each month at Picken Oval/Magpie Sports club 40 Hampton St Croydon Park.

Eveleigh Farmers Markets 243 Wilson St, Darlington, NSW (adjacent to Carriageworks) PH: 02 9209 4220. Held every Saturday from 8am to 1pm. Great fresh produce.

Glebe Markets can be found at Glebe Public School each Saturday in Glebe Point Road, Glebe.

Kirribilli General Market is held on the fourth Saturday of the month from January to November, and on the first and third Saturdays of December at Bradfield Park, on the corner of Alfred St and Burton St, Milsons Point, just outside Milsons Point Station.[4]

Leichhardt Organic Farmers Market are held every Saturday 8am to 1pm at Orange Grove Public School, Cnr Perry Street and Balmain Road, Leichhardt.[5]

Manly Village Public School Markets are held on the third Saturday of every month in the grounds of the school on the corner of Darley Road and Wentworth Street, Manly.

Manly Markets are held every Saturday and Sunday just off Manly Corso at Sydney Road, Manly.[6]

Marrickville Organic Food & Farmers Markets can be found at Addison Road, Marrickville every Sunday Marrickville, New South Wales. As well as selling fresh, organic produce, there are food, clothing and bric-a-brac stalls.

Menangle Markets can be found at Menangle Park Paceway each Sunday morning Menangle Park.

Mona Vale Twilight Markets are held on the first Friday of the month during March, April, September, October and December at Village Park, Park Street, Mona Vale from 5pm-9pm. Bring a picnic rung, enjoy tasty food and listen to live music. There's a jumping castle for the kids too! [7]

Narrabeen Markets are held on the third Sunday of every month in the grounds of [Berry Reserve] off Pittwater Road near Wakehurst Parkway, Manly.[8]

Newtown Designers Markets were found at the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre on the third Sunday of each month from 9am until 3pm featuring handmade designer products, Newtown. (Closed May 2009)[9]

North Rocks Markets are held every Sunday morning at North Rocks Institute for deaf and blind children 361-365 North Rocks Road. An eclectic mix of old and new with many secondhand stalls ranging from antiques to clothing and toys. There is a very good coffee stall, bakery stall and generally a great mix of second hand items to choose from. The markets are run by the local Rotary club and a coin donation is expected upon entry with all proceeds going to charity.

North Sydney Markets are held on the second Saturday of each month in Civic Park, North Sydney. The market has over 120 stalls including original art, handmade jewellery, second hand clothes and accessories, CDs and books, bric-a-brac, honeys and jams as well as food on site and live music. [10]

Northside Produce Markets are held on the third Saturday of each month in Civic Park, North Sydney. The market is home to a wide variety of fresh produce including organic meat and vegetables, artisan cheeses, sourdough and spelt breads, fresh pasta, seafood, smallgoods, cider, wine and coffee. At the SMH Good Food Shopping Guide Awards 2011 the Northside Produce Market won the award for Best Market.[11]

Paddington Market are in the grounds of the historical Paddington Uniting Church on Oxford Street, Paddington. Up to 250 stalls of bustle and vibrancy, selling everything from clothes, art works, bric-a-brac, books, jewellery, pottery, fragrances and produce.[12]

Palm Beach Market 2011 Markets will be held on Sundays 27 March, 24 April, 22 May, 25 September, 23 October and 11 December. They run from 9am until 3pm at Governor Phillip Park, Barrenjoey Road Palm Beach (next to Dunes Restaurant). Browse stalls for unique gifts, fashion, jewellery and homewares.[13]

Parklea Markets are located on Sunny Holt Road, Parklea in Western Sydney.[14]

Riverside Market is held on the second Saturday of the month at Riverside Girls High School, corner of Victor Road and Huntleys Point Road at Huntleys Point (next to the Gladesville Bridge).

Rozelle Markets is a second-hand market held every Saturday and Sunday at Rozelle Public School, Darling Street, Rozelle.[15]

South Sydney Industrial Markets are at 75-85 O'Riordan Street, Alexandria and open every Sunday 10am - 3pm bringing the community together at Alexandria's industrial park.

St Ives Heritage Craft Fair Markets are held on the first Sunday of every month at St Ives Showground, Mona Vale Road, St Ives.

Surry Hills Markets are held in Shannon Reserve, on the first Saturday of every month, at the corner of Crown and Collins Streets, Surry Hills.[16]

The Sydney Markets are in the western suburb of Flemington. The market has a wholesale sales section that caters to larger business and general sales to the public. The market is the central marketplace for Sydney farmers to sell their products. Sydney Markets feature a number of divisions including produce, flowers, growers, fresh food, motor, swap & sell, Paddy's Markets and Sydney Markets Plaza.[17]

The Entertainment Quarter Markets are held in the Showring of the Entertainment Quarter, beside Fox Studios Australia at Moore Park. The Fresh Produce Market operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays, while the Merchandise Markets operate Saturdays and Sundays.

Thirlmere Creative Traders Market are located in Memorial Park Thirlmere Crn Oaks and Barbour Rd Thirlmere. Creative Traders Markets showcase the creative talents of the Wollondilly Shire and provide an opportunity for locals and visitors to purchase local fresh produce direct from the farmer and hand made local products. Produce on offer includes fruit and vegetable, honey, homemade jams and chutneys, lavender, olive products, breads and more.[18]

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