Winter is just around the corner but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying Sydney’s famous markets for fresh food and a whole range of goods and items. Book holiday accommodation Sydney CBD with Napoleon on Kent and be a stone’s throw away from these markets this winter!
Orange Grove Organic Food Markets
Taking place at the Orange Grove Primary School each Saturday, the Orange Grove Organic Food Markets have become one of the most popular in Sydney for a weekly dose of fresh fruit and veg, hot food, and satisfying baked goods. Food is not the only thing this market has to offer, however. There’s also handmade items, second-hand records, must-have accessories, and more.
Marrickville Organic Markets
For a diverse market selling everything you can think of, head to the Marrickville Organic Markets. This market takes place each Sunday at the Addison Road Centre in Marrickville, and features everything from vintage clothes and souvenirs to mouthwatering food choices and tarot reading. For a tasty bite and lots to walk through, this market is a perfect choice.
The Glebe Markets offer rows of colourful clothes, items, accessories, souvenirs, and more for those with a penchant for vintage and everything artistic. For one of the most stylish markets in Sydney, the Glebe Markets are right near the top. There’s also live music to enjoy each week. Catch the Glebe Markets each Saturday from morning to afternoon at the Glebe Public School grounds.
Bondi Farmers Markets
Stop by the Bondi Farmers Markets before heading to Bondi Beach, which offers a huge choice of fresh produce and food choices from local farmers that are guaranteed to get your mouth watering. The Bondi Farmers Market is held every Saturday at the Bondi Beach Public School.
Manly Market Place
Another famous market by the beach is the Manly Markets. It’s a fantastic stop before hitting the beach, and offers everything from fresh food and flowers to clothing stalls and bargain-priced gifts. Manly Market Place on Sydney Road each weekend.
The Rocks Markets
The Rocks is one of Sydney’s most historical areas where the city’s culture and history meet in the middle. The Rocks Markets can be enjoyed every Saturday, and offer the perfect opportunity to find unique handmade items, homewares, jewellery, clothes, souvenirs, and gifts. There’s also The Rocks Foodie Market on Fridays, and it’s the best place to sample fresh food, ice creams, cured meats, and lots more.
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