When: Saturday 7th October
Where: Australian Design Centre, 101-115 William Street, Darlinghurst
Australian Design Centre is holding a special Makers Market on Palmer
St, Darlinghurst on Saturday 7 October in conjunction with Sydney Craft
Week. We've invited a selection of makers who weave, hammer, throw,
bend, twist, fire, decorate and create day in, day out, right across the
greater Sydney area to sell their wares in a special one day market
event at ADC.
When: Sunday 29th October
Where: Belmore Park, Eddy Avenue, Sydney
Rummage finally has a home in Sydney, with our new venue at Belmore Park
in the city! Suitcase Rummage is a mini scaled market with giant
rewards; it promises to be everything that is a market without the
hassle. It's about bringing a suitcase (or two!) filled to the brim with
your secondhand and handmade wares. You can be a part of the Rummage
experience by selling wares or come along to buy some real beauties!
There will be brilliant vintage, artwork, bric-a-brac, clothing, books,
jewellery, seconds, hand-made, shoes, records, music, badges, cards,
handmade paper... you name it! You must register to sell your wares, so
please click on the register tab above and find the location you would
like to attend. We will contact you with further information once you’ve
registered! The event is free to attend as a buyer.
When: Wednesday & Saturday
Where: Next to The Showring in the middle of the precinct, Entertainment
Quarter, Moore Park
Open every Wednesday & Saturday, you will find something for all the
family at these weekly markets. They offer a premium produce market,
where the producer or grower, along with their staff, are available to
speak with customers and offer detailed information on the goods
available. The EQ is a family friendly location. Visitors to the
precinct on Market Days enjoy two hours free car parking followed by low
rates for extended stays, a children's playground and organised
children's activities, movies at our two cinema complexes, relaxed
lunches at our popular cafes and restaurants, as well as numerous
special events throughout the precinct.
Where: Across Sydney (visit website for full list of locations)
For Organic Food at market
prices and Fair Trade products come to one of our weekly markets at
Chatswood, Frenchs Forest, Hornsby, Kings Cross, Leichhardt and
Marrickville. Come and visit us for Organic and Conventional food,
vegetables, tea and coffee, oils, baby foods, vitamins, gardening, skin
care, cotton and dog food. Come and visit us for breakfast, lunch, a cup
of coffee, to meet and talk, for tools and books and much more. Meet the
farmers and cooks.
What is Organic food? At a minimum, Organic food is grown on land which has had time
to become clear of chemical pesticides, fertilizers and herbecides. In
addition none of these are used to assist in growth. If an animal is to
be reared organically it will be fed on organic produce, not given
growth hormones or antibiotics and generally not have been subject to
Is all the food on the market Organic? No. Some of the food is Organic and some of it is conventional.
Conventional food is grown using the current prevalent agricultural
methods. We have requested all stallholders to display yellow signage
clearly indicating the status of the food they sell. If you do not see
such a yellow sign on the front of a stall please advise us..
How do I know its Organic? Your best guarantee that produce, eggs and meat is Organic is
to ask if it is Certified Organic. There are several bodies in Australia
that exist purely to audit Organic food production and/or distribution.
If in any doubt ask the stallholder and check the labelling on the
package. Stalls selling Certified Organic produce will normally make
sure you are aware it is Certified.
What about prepared food? Most of the hot food on the market is NOT organic. Other
prepared food like bread or cakes may be made using certified produce.
Stallholders who use organic ingredients will normally sign that they
have done so. It is best to ask if this is important to you.
Where: 395 Oxford Street, Paddington
Time: From 10am
Saturday from 10am… rain or shine Paddington Markets has been open since
1973! Started as a market to encourage local fashion designers,
craftspeople, jewellery makers and artists, the market has over 150
unique stalls filled with creative fashion and accessories, beautiful
smelling soaps and candles and pictures that inspire. You will not find
these Australian designed and crafted products in any shopping mall and
many of our products are exclusive to Paddington Markets. Take a look at
our Emerging Designers Section in the Courtyard of the Market or try our
regional cheeses and local bread. Relax under the trees with your coffee
and lunch and then buy some flowers or a bonsai to brighten up your
home. Paddington Markets is a community based market supporting local
people passionate about their craft and the local community.
Sydney's Paddy's Markets as
Australia's original Market boasts products as varied as fruit
vegetables, clothing, CDs, flowers, homewares, sunglasses, jewellery -
and is one of Sydney's major suppliers to the tourist with souvenirs and
Australiana. In two locations Haymarket and Flemington. Whether you are
shopping for the whole family or a leisurely weekend shop our community
markets provide Sydney's, and country New South Wales', vast population
with quality family needs.
Entry to all Retail Markets is Free.
Where: Corner of Sunnyholt &
OLD Windsor Roads, Parklea NSW
Phone: (02) 9629 3311
boast the biggest, most vibrant and colourful market place in the Southern
Markets is a treasure trove of
international food, fashion and flair displaying all the best Australia
has to offer all under one roof with thousands of bargains. There are
toys, tools, kitchenware, camping / fishing goods, cosmetics, jewellery,
fresh flowers, computer software, souvenirs, car accessories, plants,
gardening goods and much, much more.
Admission is Free
How to find Parklea Markets:
- Only 45 minutes drive from Sydney's CBD
- Only 7 minutes drive from Blacktown
- Free and easy parking for 17,000 cars daily
- Buses run every weekend between Parklea Markets & Blacktown railway
Access by Car: Take
Sunnyholt Road from Blacktown, Parking for 17,000 cars.
Access by Public Transport: Bus from Blacktown Railway Station all day
Saturday and Sunday.
Access By Disabled Persons: Disabled parking close to main doorways,
disabled toilets, ground is level.
8:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday Mondays, Closed
Christmas Day. Open Boxing Day Sunday & Boxing Holiday Monday, Open New
years Long Weekend Saturday, Sunday & Monday.
When: Every Friday,
Saturday & Sunday
Where: The Rocks
Time: Foodies Market, 10am-4pm Fridays &
Weekend Market, 10am-5pm Saturdays and Sundays
What makes a great market? If
it’s about passionate people selling things you want to buy in a pretty
cool location then
The Rocks Markets is one of Sydney’s greatest. You know The Rocks is on
the doorstep of the CBD, but it’s slower here, and infinitely more
charming. And, really, who wants to rush when there’s so much to take
in. Where else can you buy dresses and bags designed by the stallholder,
one-off jewellery, original artworks and prints, local produce and
freshly cooked food in a place where you can feel the sun on your face
and catch glimpses of our gorgeous harbour? If you haven’t been for a
while, come back. You’ll be genuinely surprised. It's easy to get into The
Rocks on foot. Alternatively you can catch a train, bus or ferry to
Circular Quay or park in one of The Rocks' convenient parking stations.