18 Best Markets In Sydney 2024 Guide

As we see a shift towards shopping more sustainably, what better way to buy local than at some of the best markets in Sydney! Featuring everything from fresh produce, flowers, gifts, fashion and homewares, we have compiled a guide to help you find some of Sydney’s best weekend markets.

Second Hand fashion markets & vintage wares

1. Kirribilli Markets


Running twice monthly in Milsons Point, Kirribilli markets are one of the largest markets in Sydney. The Sunday market focuses more on Art, Design and Fashion whereas the Saturday market features new and second-hand clothes and homewares. Check our guide: How I Made $1000 Selling My Clothes At Kirribilli Markets.

When: Second Sunday (Art, Design & Fashion) & Fourth Saturday (General & Fashion) of every month
Location: Bradfield Park, Milsons Point

2. Bondi markets


Bondi markets run every weekend on the grounds of the local school. Bondi farmers markets run on Saturdays, stock up on your weekly fresh produce shop or meet your friends for yummy brunch and lunch options made fresh by local vendors. Make sure to bring a towel or rug to sit and enjoy your purchases on the grass within the school grounds.

On Sundays, Bondi markets are full of clothing from emerging local fashion designers (plenty of high quality linen clothing and beachwear!), unique jewellery and homeware shops including prints from local artists.

When: Every Saturday (farmers market) and Sunday (local market), 10am – 4pm
Location: Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade

Whilst you’re in Bondi, why not check out our guide on 25 Awesome Things to do in Bondi Beach here!

3. Rozelle Collectors Markets


Rozelle Markets are a treasure trove of second hand bric a brac and pre-loved vintage finds. You can find just about anything here from vintage clothing, antique homewares and vinyl records. There is also free parking adjacent to the school so you don’t need to worry about carrying your purchases home on the bus.

When: Every Saturday
Location: Rozelle Public School

4. Paddington Markets


Paddo markets are a not-for-profit market, supporting local stallholders to showcase their talents.

You’ll find lots of handmade fashion, artwork and homewares stalls but my favourite stall at Paddington Markets is the plant stall which has all sorts of house plants and outdoor plants.

If you’re feeling like a pint afterwards, check out our 7 Best Paddington Pubs Which Feel Like You Could Be In England.

When: Every Saturday, 10am – 4pm
Location: Paddington United Church, Oxford Street

5. Surry Hills Vintage Market


Surry Hills Markets focus on recycled fashion, second-hand and handmade goods. The markets were first established to support low-income members of the Surry Hills community and continue to do so today. Spend the morning searching for a bargain and then head to one of Crown Street’s many brunch spots afterwards.

When: First Saturday of every month, 8am – 4pm
Location: Shannon Reserve, Crown Street

Farmers Markets

6. Marrickville Markets


Marrickville organic food and farmers markets are full of locally-sourced seasonal produce making it the perfect place to do your weekly food shop. The markets have a lovely community feel and often have live entertainment, with locals making a full day of hanging out with friends and grabbing lunch or a coffee. Definitely make sure you head to the Brooklyn Boy Bagels stall for yummy New York style bagels.

When: Every Sunday, 9am to 3pm
Location: 142 Addison Road Community Centre, Marrickville

7. Carriageworks Farmers Market


Carriageworks Art Centre hosts one of Sydney’s biggest and best markets. Featuring fresh produce from across NSW, you can shop direct from the source. Unlike many of the other Sydney markets, Carriageworks Farmers Market is under cover so perfect for a rainy day activity.

When: Every Saturday, 8am – 1pm
Location: Carriageworks Art Centre, Eveleigh

Stuck for other ideas of what to do on a rainy day in Sydney, check out our guide to the 37 Best Things To Do in Sydney in the Rain here for some other ideas.

8. Kings Cross Market


Kings Cross Farmers markets run every Saturday morning specialising in fresh food produce as well as plants and flowers. The markets are easy to find, just a 5 minute walk from Kings Cross station.

When: Every Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Location: Fitzroy Gardens, Macleay Street, Potts Point

9. Sydney Vegan Market

Sydney Vegan Market

Sydney Vegan Market (SVM) goes beyond just yummy vegan food stalls and also has vegan fashion stalls, homeware, crafts, free yoga, face painting as well as live entertainment on the main stage so you can really make a day of it.

When: Third Sunday of every month, 9am to 4pm
Location: Olympic Blvd & Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park

Looking for more vegan food options in Sydney? Check out our 30 Best Vegan Restaurants in Sydney guide here.

10. Sydney Fish Market

Sydney Fish Market

The Fish Market is a Sydney institution, and the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere! Whilst the building itself could do with a bit of a refurb, the fresh seafood on offer every day of the week is well worth the trip.

Visit the fresh sushi bar for lunch and then take home some swordfish steaks which amazing. The markets also run regular seafood cooking experiences and culinary feasts.

When: Everyday, 7am – 4pm
Location: Blackwattle Bay, Pyrmont

11. Cambridge Markets


Cambridge Markets run a regular bi-weekly market at the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park as well as running one-off markets in other locations across Sydney including Watsons Bay, Pittwater and Cronulla. The markets focus on shopping well in beautiful waterside locations and provide the space for local stallholders to connect intimately with shoppers.

When: Every Wednesday and Saturday, 8am to 2pm
Location: The Market Canopy, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park (regular) plus various other locations

12. Double Bay Markets


Double Bay organic food markets brings together the Double Bay community every Thursday morning to stock up on fresh produce for the week. Alternatively, pop down for a quick bite to eat for lunch – the ready-made artisan bread sandwiches are not to be missed!

When: Every Thursday, 9am to 2pm
Location: Guilfoyle Park, Double Bay

13. Flour Mill Markets


Flour Mill Markets are located on the forecourt of the beautiful restored Mungo Scott apartment complex just 5 minutes walk from Lewisham West light rail station and Lewisham train station. The farmers markets provide Inner West community with the opportunity to shop local and sustainable fresh produce.

When: First and Third Sunday of every month, 9am to 1pm
Location: Mungo Scott Building Forecourt, Flour Mill Way, Summer Hill

Touristy Markets

14. The Rocks Markets


Why not hop on the ferry to Circular Quay at the weekend and check out one of Sydney’s largest markets at The Rocks. The weekend markets are set up in some of Sydney’s oldest laneways in the shadows of Sydney Harbour Bridge. Catering for tourists, you’ll find a wide range of stalls with hand crafted jewellery, homewares and food stalls.

The Rocks Markets are a great place to take visitors or to buy gifts for people back home and there’s often live music from local musicians too. Looking for more touristy things to do in Sydney? Check out our 45 Best Sydney Tourist Attractions With Hidden Gems Guide.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm
Location: George St and Playfair St, The Rocks, CBD

15. Paddys Market – Haymarket


Right next to Chinatown you will find the largest market for tourists in Sydney called Paddys Market. A more traditional UK-style market, you will be able to find just about anything at Paddys – anything from a quick lunch stop, beauty products, touristy gifts or even a fancy dress outfit!

When: Wednesday to Sunday, 10am – 6pm
Location: Market City, Hay Street, CBD

16. Paddys Market – Homebush

paddys markets homebush

Paddys also run several markets in Homebush selling food produce on Fridays and Saturdays, just about anything on Sundays, as well as more infrequent specialist markets such as the Night Food Markets. The Night Food Markets take place on the first Saturday of every month and host lots of different food trucks alongside a car ‘show and shine’ for car enthusiasts – something a little bit different than your usual Friday evening!

When: Foodie Friday, 10am to 4.30pm, Saturday (Fresh Food and Swap & Sell), 6am to 2pm and Sunday (Misc), 9am to 4.30pm. Night Food Markets – First Saturday of every month
Location: Flemington, Parramatta Road, Homebush

17. Chinatown Markets


Looking for something different to do on a Friday evening? Why not pop down to the Chinatown late night markets to immerse yourself in Chinese culture and satisfy your taste buds with delicious Asian street food. Each stall is operated by local Sydneysiders with Asian heritage or references to Asian designs. The markets are even more spectacular during Lunar New Year when Chinatown comes alive to celebrate.

When: Fridays, 4pm to 11pm
Location: Dixon Street, Sydney CBD

18. Manly Markets


Take the ferry over to Manly for the day and you cant miss the Manly markets as you head from the wharf over to the beach side. You will find just about anything at the Saturday and Sunday design market including intricate jewellery, crafts and fashion. If you’re visiting on a Sunday, you can also wander through the fresh produce markets bringing some of the best organic produce from across NSW.

When: Saturday & Sunday Craft Market, 9am – 5pm and Fresh Produce Market Sundays, 8am – 2pm
Location: Corso and Sydney Road, Manly

Whilst you’re in Manly why not check out our guide to the 22 Best Manly Restaurant & Cafes to fuel up after a tough day browsing the markets.

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