Summer Markets in Sydney

Gaurav Devsarmah
May 21, 2020

Paddy's Haymarket 

Wednesday-Sunday 10 am-6pm 

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This is a bustling market in the heart of the City and right beside Chinatown offering a variety of lunchtime take away or eat in food options that are sure to have you coming back for more. Paddy’s Haymarket is for the curious of mind and also for those who are budget conscious. It operates like a traditional market. 

For food lovers, Paddy’s Haymarket is the place to be for fresh fruit and vegetables . The markets at Haymarket has been the home for growers and producers for over a century. This is a market you have to try and see it for yourself! 

Paddy’s is a market that has something for everyone and even a library of music, art and books to enjoy. For the budget conscious, the marketplace at Paddy’s Haymarket is sure to provide plenty of bargains. Paddy’s Haymarket is a must for tourists who are looking for Australian souvenirs and cheap gifts. 




Glebe Markets 

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Glebe Markets is one of Sydney's most well known Saturday markets with diversity, character and style. It is open from 10 am to 4 pm every Saturday. This is a perfect market for you if you are looking to not only shop but have something to eat and just relax. There is also plenty of live music for you to soak up the amazing atmosphere of the Glebe Markets. This also is a great place to find recycled and vintage fashion, CDs and books. There is a great selection of hand made jewellery, arts, crafts and homewares.


Balmain Market

2nd and 4th of Saturday every month 

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The Balmain Market is one of the oldest and famous markets in Sydney. Browse amongst the second hand books, recycled art, contemporary galleries and jewellery plus sample home made vegetarian snacks from the multicultural food hall.

There are 140 stalls offering: high quality original arts and crafts, jewellery, books, clothing, footwear, antiques and collectables, organic fruit and vegetables, nursery, unique hand-made items and more.





Parramatta Farmers market 

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The Centenary Square comes alive with the Parramatta Farmers Market every Friday! There is a wide variety of fresh fruits, eggs, vegetables, meat, honey and flowers sourced from the Sydney basin and regional NSW on display. 

The Parramatta market could be the place for you to cook up an inspiring breakfast or for stocking up for some good quality Australian produce. If you love some good seasonal local produce, than this a market you cannot afford to miss! 


Manly Marketplace 

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Every Saturday and Sunday (September-April)

This is a market that truly makes Manly come alive! There is plenty happening in this market from boutique shops, bars to restaurants. There is also plenty of eco-friendly items, artisan products, vintage apparel and original art on display for you.  



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