Lucy Stones

15 Best Markets in Sydney | Man of Many

Carriageworks Farmers Market offers seasonal produce that is organic and biodynamic from farmers all across New South Wales. One of the best market Sydney has to offer and a great place to get your fruit and veg if you’re in the neighbourhood, they also are offering in 2018 free cooking demonstrations with celebrated chefs showcasing all the seasonal produce.

1. Carriageworks Farmers Market

You’ll be spoilt for choice at the Orange Grove Organic Food Markets. Fresh from the farm is all the fruit and veg you can imagine or want and not only that; you can also find a slew of small goods producers for condiments and specialities including free range eggs, sausages and juicy steaks. Plus you can’t visit without trying Bowen’s renowned bacon and egg rolls, so popular you have to line up to get your hands on one.

2. Orange Grove Organic Food Markets

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.

3. Bondi Farmers Markets

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.

4. Marrickville Organic Markets

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, and homewares plus more are available for your perusal. Don’t forget to grab a bite to eat and a delicious coffee.

5. Paddington Markets

Find a few gems at Glebe Markets, with so many options, you’re sure to find something that takes your fancy. Coats, scarfs, hats, books, delicious gourmet food stalls and live music makes this one of the best markets Sydney has to offer. Taste some of the delicious food on offer including spicy rolls and Russian crepes. Pick out your next outfit with Glebe Markets’ many fashion stalls featuring pre-loved quality clothes.

6. Glebe Markets

Kirribilli Markets have been around since the 70s and has only gone from strength to strength in its popularity and size. Boasting 220 market stalls you’ll have a packed day visiting all of them. New and recycled fashion, accessories, home wares, gifts, arts and crafts, jewellery, plants and gourmet food is just a taste of what you can expect at Kirribilli Markets. Best of all, all monies raised go towards programs at Kirribilli Centre.

7. Kiribilli Art, Design & Fashion Markets

Two Saturdays per month, Northside Produce Markets are 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.

8. Northside Produce Markets

One of the best markets in Sydney is the Sydney Sustainable Markets, where local farmers and artisan producers sell their stock directly to you, the consumer. This market runs a 100% not-for-profit where the money you spend to buy a product will go directly to the producer.

9. Sydney Sustainable Markets

If you’re after a guaranteed “genuine Farmers Market” Camden Produce Markets is definitely 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.

10. Camden Produce Markets

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.

11. Manly Market Place

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 peaks your interest.

12. Rozelle Collectors Market

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.

13. Surry Hills Markets

This vibrant market 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 attracts 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 home wares and electronic accessories.

14. Chinatown Night Markets

Balmain Market is not just a market but a community and is held every 2nd and 4th Saturday on the grounds of St Andrews Church. Homewares, arts, crafts, plants, jewellery and antiques are all on offer for those willing to do some snooping for a bargain. You can also grab something to eat from one of the food vendors including burgers and a resident Turkish Gozleme stall.

15. Balmain Market

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