An abundance of fresh produce, quirky crafts, vintage clothing and live music can be found in Sydney markets. The best thing is, the list doesn’t end here! Sydney has some of the best markets around and there are always hidden gems to be discovered no matter what you’re after.
1. Paddington Market
When: Saturday, 10am to 4pm
Where: 395, Oxford Street, Paddington
Located a stroll east along Oxford Street, Paddington Market has drawn the best of Sydney’s emerging designers including Dinosaur Designs , Zimmermann and Sambag since 1973. There are more than 150 market stalls showcasing bar soaps, plants, scented candles, accessories and hand-made crafts.
2. Bondi Market
When: Sunday, 10am to 4pm
Where: Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach
Overlooking the beautiful Bondi Beach, Bondi Market offers market lovers a quintessential market experience with its vintage wares and retro arts and crafts. The market has a laidback beachy vibe which adds to its appeal, hence attracting many young people to the area! When you’re in need of a break, local cafes and international food stalls provide a delicious variety of great value food.
3. Rozelle Market
When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 3pm
Where: 663 Darling Street
Rozelle Market is one of Sydney’s favourite second-hand market which offers a spectacular outdoor setting along the historical building of Rozelle Public School. Over the years, it has developed a reputation as the ideal market to snare some unique finds, so expect a garage sale buzz here and lots of pre-loved vintage clothes, furniture, old books and embroidered flowers! Rozelle Market is the epitome of a truly authentic and traditional flea market, making it a must-do market experience for all Sydneysiders, interstate and international tourists.
4. Surry Hills Market
When: First Saturday of the month, 7am to 4pm
Where: Corner of Crown and Collins Street, Surry Hills
This inner-city market has an ever-changing parade of stallholders, keeping it fun, exciting and fresh for market-goers! From valuable antiques to chunky jewelleries and hand-made beauty products, you never know what you’ll find in Surry Hills. That lil mysterious element is what keeps people coming back for more
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