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Top 10 Markets to Visit in Sydney, Australia

5. Bondi Markets

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Photo: The Bondi Organic

If you are visiting Bondi beach on a weekend, do drop by Bondi Markets. The Bondi Farmers Market Is held every Saturday to bring you fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables. Organically grown meat and poultry, flowers, freshly-baked breads, homemade jams, cheese, seafood, olive oils, herbs, spices and other goodies.

The Bondi Market is open every Sunday. Head to the markets to find original designer clothing, exotic imports, handmade jewellery, arts, crafts, homewares, retro furniture, vintage clothes, and so much more. Get your new bikini set here before you head to the beach!

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Bondi Market

Where: Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach

When: Every Sunday, 10:00am – 4:00pm

 

Bondi Farmers Market

Where: Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach

When: Every Saturday, 9:00am – 1:00pm

 

Getting there: Take a train to Bondi Junction Station. Then change into a 380, 381, 382 or 333 bus for a 15 minute ride to the beach.

More info: Bondi Markets

 

6. Carriageworks Farmers Market

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Formerly known as Eveleigh Farmers Markets, Carriageworks Farmers Market is an award-winning authentic Farmers’ Market held every Saturday in the heart of Sydney City. With over 70 stallholders, the market features seasonal fresh produce including organic, bio-dynamic foods from farmers and producers from across New South Wales.

Indulge in great coffee, taste the standout bacon and egg rolls, savour the freshly-baked loaves and cakes, and many more delicious food. Watch out for superstar chef Kylie Kwong’s pump and fluffy pork buns, all drizzled with chilli. This is something you cannot miss!

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Where: 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh

When: Every Saturday, 8:00am -1:00pm

Getting there:

  • Catch a train to Redfern Station and walk around 8 mins; or
  • Board a bus to Codrington Street at City Road near Sydney University. Walk for about 5 minutes

More info: Carriageworks Farmer Market

 

7. Glebe Markets

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While it has a hippy vibe, Glebe Markets is Sydney’s top vintage market where you can find pre-loved clothes, accessories, furniture, books, art, crafts and records. Besides second hand goods, there are also many stalls selling original design clothing and bags.

Open on Saturdays, you can enjoy music from talented musicians playing at Glebe Markets as you shop and eat your way around the colourful and vibrant market. The markets offer great Guatamelan coffee, sushi, dumplings and crepes, among others.

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Where: Glebe Public School, 40 Glebe Point Road, Glebe

When: Every Saturday, 10:00am – 4:00pm

Getting there:

  • Catch a train to Central Station, then catch a bus (5 mins ride) from the bus stop outside the front of Mecure Hotel. Use the bus stop on George Street. Take bus no. 431 or 433. These 2 Glebe Point Rd buses stop immediate outside the markets. Get off at the bright-coloured fence which is the 2nd stop on Glebe Point Rd. You can also walk from Central Station (20-30 mins) to Glebe Markets; or
  • Take a light rail and stop at Glebe. Catch a bus or walk (30 mins) from the station to Glebe Markets.

More info: Glebe Markets

 

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