This is our guide for Sydney’s go-to farmer’s markets for fresh produce, locally and sustainable arts and crafts and vintage finds.
Sydney’s market life is always bustling and constant, and it can be hard finding the right, reliable market to visit in the right location for you. Sydney’s farmer’s markets are renowned for fresh produce, artisanal goods, and a lively, social atmosphere.
Each market has its own unique flavour and style. Here are some of the best farmers’ markets to visit in Sydney.
Visit For: Produce, bread, seasonal wines, breakfast, coffee & tea and flowers.
The markets at Carriageworks are held at a former railway that has been transformed into a cultural hub, making it very Instagram-able and a huge space for stallholders to sit within.
It is one of Sydney’s most popular markets; it lives up to its hype. There is an unbeatable lineup of local organic produce, artisanal bread and pastries, herbal teas, fresh flowers and more.
Everleigh markets line-up changes weekly, but you can have breakfast or lunch there from the many stalls and expect amazing goodies and sweets like kale and quinoa muffins, bacon and egg rolls and triple chocolate brownies.
Paid on-street parking can be tricky – you need to be patient.
Address: 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh NSW 2015
When: Saturdays, 8am-1pm
Visit For: Seasonal produce from local farmers.
If you’re looking for an upscale market with the best seasonal produce from Australia’s local farmers, the Entertainment Quarter is a perfect choice. Cambridge markets provide a unique space for producers, importers, and growers to connect with SHOPPERS (customers).
You can find beautiful fresh flowers and seasonal fruit while enjoying snacks from the fantastic food stall line-ups every Wednesday and Saturday. There is something for everyone, with Vietnamese, Turkish and western food available for lunch or breakfast, locally made homewares and artisan goods and accessories.
Paid parking is available on the street or in the car park.
Address: The Market Canopy, Entertainment Quarter, 122 Lang Rd, Moore Park NSW 2021
When: Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8am-2pm
Visit For: Seasonal fruits and veggies and vintage fashion finds.
These are the Saturday morning markets packed with Bondi’s beautiful people and their pooches. There is nothing better than a mix of fresh veggies and fruits with a side of all things crafty along the beachside of Sydney’s most famous beach, Bondi.
In Sydney’s famous Bondi Markets, you’ll find the necessary products of fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, herbs, and flowers. There is something for everyone: a heap of fashion and accessories stalls as well as art from local Bondi sellers. With a busker or two on-site, it’s a great experience for locals and tourists, and nothing can get more Sydney than this.
There is paid parking available all along Campbell parade or in the smaller streets if you’re lucky.
Address: Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach NSW 2026
When: Saturdays, 9am-1pm
Visit For: Vintage finds, rice bread and organic fruits.
Marrickville Markets on Addison Road are the best Sunday markets in the Inner West. These markets supply the best of the best with Certified Organic food, artisan gourmet produce, freshly baked bread and patisseries, Aussie truffles and other delicacies that will get all the foodies running here every Sunday ASAP. You’ll find everything to fulfil your shopping wants and needs, including vintage fashion, homeware, and many eco-friendly and sustainable choices of fare trade.
Address: 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204
When: Sundays, 9am-3pm
Visit For: Local food stalls, hand-made sustainable pieces, and locally produced food.
After visiting the Flour Mill Markets, it’ll become your new favourite local market. This sustainable and environmentally friendly market comes from the minds of Sydney’s popular Erskineville Framer’s Markets. Dedicated to providing fresh produce, dairy goods, and local arts and crafts, it’s one of Sydney’s best.
Flour Mill Markets occur on the first and third Sunday of every month. There are unique finds such as hand-printed tee’s from Well Spotted, bagels from Brooklyn Boy Bagels and produce provided by Hartley Harvest.
Address: 18 Flour Ml Wy, Summer Hill NSW 2130
When: Every first and third Sunday of the month, 9am-1pm.
Visit For: The best produce finds.
Northsides’ produce market is a bimonthly produce fair that brings over 70 stallholders from regional NSW, the outskirts of Sydney and the inner city. You can find fresh produce and dairy, including creamy burrata, fresh egg pasta and soda bread.
There is also plenty of green space, so this is a perfect place to grab some fresh food with friends. This is another great choice to support local and state-wide food producers.
Address: Ted Mack Civic Park, 200 Miller St, North Sydney NSW 2060
When: The first and third Saturday of the month, 8am-12pm