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13 Best Markets in Sydney

The best markets in Sydney have everything from fresh produce to vintage clothing and bric-a-brac. Most importantly, they’re a great place to hang out on a Saturday or Sunday morning and serve up fresh coffee and patries with great ambience. There’s the prospect of finding a hidden gem or treasure, picking up some lovingly crafted products or food directly from the people that produce it. Here’s our list of the Best Farmers Markets in Sydney, now you just have to pull yourself out of bed early.

Best Markets in Sydney at a Glance

Highlights from out list include the following options:

Now you’ve read our favourites, let’s check out the complete list.

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Carriageworks Farmers’ Market | Image: Ben McKimm / Man of Many

1. Carriageworks Farmers’ Market

Frequency: Weekly

This is our favourite market in Sydney to visit on a Saturday morning when we’re looking for a croissant, fresh produce, and a delicious morning coffee to start our weekend. There’s no clothing at this market, but you’ll love the selection of food (it’s a farmers market after all). Meat, bread, coffee, pickled foods, butters and jams from top Sydney producers are all accounted for, however, you’ll also get one of our favourite miso soups in Sydney, natural wines, and flowers too. We recommend visiting mid-morning to take advantage of A.P. Bread’s next-level pizzas and bring you patience with you because the lines can get long.

Address: 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh NSW 2015
Hours: Sat 8am-1pm
Phone: (02) 8571 9099

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Glebe Markets | Image: Supplied

2. Glebe Markets

Frequency: Weekly

This is our favourite market to visit for hunting second-hand vintage clothes. Every week vendors roll out their latest collection of t-shirts, sneakers, jackets, coats, scarves, and hats at Glebe Public School. If you’ve visited a farmers market like Carriageworks or Orange Grove, but you want a wider selection of bric-à-brac this is the place to visit. The stall holders change regularly, but we’ve found everything from a vintage camera to essential oils and handmade soaps and candles. There’s also a fantastic selection of food from donuts to dumplings and gozleme (it wouldn’t be a Sydney market without it) and you can enjoy all of this delicious gourmet food with live music. We recommend visiting around midday to make the most of lunch.

Located in: Glebe Public School
Address: Glebe Point Rd & Derby Place, Glebe NSW 2037
Hours: Sat 10am-4pm
Phone: 0419 291 449

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Orange Grove Organic Food Markets | Image: Supplied

3. Orange Grove Market

Frequency: Weekly

Smaller than the Carriageworks Farmers’ Markets, but a great choice when you want to support local growers, Orange Grove Organic Food Markets is our pick of the bunch when you’re looking for fresh fruit and vegetables. You’ll find a slew of small goods producers for condiments and essentials including free-range eggs, meats, and cheeses. Plus you can’t visit without trying the renowned bacon and egg roll, so popular you have to line up to get your hands on one. Some reviewers online had also noted the number of Gluten Free vendors which includes Wellbread (breads, rolls, sweet treats), OMG Donuts, and Masala Dosa.

Address: Cnr Balmain Rd &, Perry St, Leichhardt NSW 2040
Hours: Sat 8am-1pm
Phone: (02) 9999 2226

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Bondi Farmers Markets | Image: Supplied

4. Bondi Farmers Markets

Frequency: Weekly

Beautiful Bondi has its own popular farmer’s market just a hop skip and a jump from the beach. Bondi Farmer’s Market lures people from all over the state for their farm fresh local produce. Seasonal fruits and veg, organic meat, cheeses, herbs, homemade jam, seafood and freshly picked flowers are just some of the things you can expect at the market. Best of all, you’ll be supporting local producers and farmers by buying directly from them.

Located in: Bondi Beach Public School
Address: Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach NSW 2026
Hours: Sat 9am-1pm
Phone: 0402 045 990

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Marrickville Organic Markets | Image: Supplied

5. Marrickville Organic Markets

Frequency: Weekly

Bring your four-legged buddy along to Marrickville Organic Markets and see why so many people make the trip to wander around these glorious market stalls. Whatever you’re looking for Marrickville probably has it. Vintage clothing, books, fruit and veg, pop-up diners, honey, seafood and even tarot reading are just a few of the things these markets have on offer.

Address: 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204
Hours: Sun 9am-3pm
Phone: (02) 9999 2226

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Paddington Markets | Image: Supplied

6. Paddington Markets

Frequency: Weekly

Stop by Paddington Markets for a day out with friends and family. You’ll find local Australian produce and hand-crafted items that you won’t find anywhere else. Fresh flowers, local breads, handmade chocolates, homewares plus more are available for your perusal. Don’t forget to grab a bite to eat and a delicious coffee.

Address: 395 Oxford St, Paddington NSW 2021
Hours: Sat 10am-4pm
Phone: 0402 666 272

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Kiribilli Art, Design & Fashion Markets | Image: Supplied

7. Kirribilli Markets

Frequency: Weekly

Kirribilli Markets have been around since the 70s and has only gone from strength to strength in its popularity and size. Boasting around 200 market stalls (theme changes weekly) you’ll have a packed day visiting all of them. New and recycled fashion, accessories, homewares, gifts, arts and crafts, jewellery, plants and gourmet food is just a taste of what you can expect here.

Address: Burton St, Milsons Point NSW 2061
Hours: Check the website, changes from Saturday to Sunday depending on theme
Phone: 02 9922 4428

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Northside Produce Markets | Image: Supplied

8. Northside Produce Markets

Frequency: 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month

Two Saturdays per month, Northside Produce Markets is open to deliver seasonal produce at its finest. You’ll find fruit and veg, artisan cheeses, nuts, organic breads, meats plus fresh and smoked seafood. Pick up some wine or cider for the weekend and if you have a sweet tooth, they’ve got you sorted with fine pastries, sweets and delicious chocolates.

Address: Ted Mack Civic Park, 200 Miller St, North Sydney NSW 2060
Hours: Sat 8am-12pm
Phone: (02) 9922 2299

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Manly Markets 2095 | Image: Supplied

9. Manly Markets 2095

Frequency: Weekly

Manly Market Place is a truly unique open-air market marketplace that showcases emerging designers in fashion and gifts. Take a stroll through the stalls in the sunshine, and soak up the atmosphere right in the heart of Manly. You’ll find plenty of local boutique shops and bars to stop in and have a bite to eat and a drink after you’ve spent the day at this picturesque seaside village.

Address: Sydney Rd, Manly NSW 2095
Hours: Sat-Sun 9am-5pm
Phone: 0435 388 410

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Rozelle Collectors Markets | Image: Supplied

10. Rozelle Collectors Markets

Frequency: Weekly

Looking for something specialised or just special, you’ll find it here at Rozelle Collectors Market. Over 20 years old and still going, this Sydney market offers more bargains than you can count. Dig deep and you’re sure to find something that piques your interest.

Located in: Rozelle Public School
Address: 663 Darling St, Rozelle NSW 2039
Hours: Sat 9am-3pm
Phone: 0478 015 203

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Surry Hills Markets | Image: Supplied

11. Surry Hills Markets

Frequency: 1st Saturday of every month

Specialising in handmade, second hand and recycled goods, Surry Hills Market is a great place to spend your Saturday morning digging for treasures. Operating as an open-air market, you’ll find vintage fashion, antiques, loads of handmade treats and products, beauty products and more. Not only that, they’re also an essential fundraiser for the Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre.

Located in: Shannon Reserve
Address: Crown St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Hours: Sat 7am-4pm (1st Saturday of the month)
Phone: (02) 9356 4977

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Chinatown Friday Night Market | Image: Supplied

12. Chinatown Friday Night Market

Frequency: Weekly

This vibrant market comes to life at night in the heart of one of Australia’s biggest Chinatowns. The Chinatown Night Markets offer Asian street food at its finest and attract a whole range of people from all walks of life. With such a variety of delicacies from Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Malaysia and Vietnam, you’re sure to find something new and exciting to try. And it’s not just food on offer; you’ll also find young designers selling their clothing, jewellery homewares and electronic accessories.

Located in: Chinatown Sydney
Address: Dixon St, Haymarket NSW 2000
Hours: Fri 4pm-11pm
Phone: 0478 177 219

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Camden Fresh Produce Market | Image: Supplied

13. Camden Fresh Produce Market

Frequency: Weekly

If you’re after a guaranteed “genuine Farmers Market” Camden Produce Markets is your go-to. Ran by growers and producers, this market implements strict measures to ensure all products sold must be grown, produced or made by the person selling them.

Address: 40 Exeter St, Camden NSW 2570
Hours: Sat 7am-12pm
Phone: 0477 224 881

Your FAQs Answered

What is the best Friday night market in Sydney?

Chinatown Friday Night Market is the best one to visit in Sydney where you can find fresh food, handmade clothing, and toys for the kids.

What is the best Saturday market in Sydney?

The best Saturday market in Sydney is the Carriageworks Farmers’ Market in Eveleigh. Here you’ll find produce that includes fresh bread, meats, and cheeses, but also a handful of specialty food like dips, bagels, and butter. If you’re looking for fashion, check out Glebe Markets.

What is the best Sunday market in Sydney?

If you’re in and around Sydney CBD the Marrickville Organic Markets is a great Sunday market to stock up on fresh produce for the week. Those on Sydney’s Northern Beaches can find the same at Manly Markets 2095 every Sunday.

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