There’s nothing quite like an afternoon spent strolling through the creative affair of a day market. Sampling the nibbles, taking your pick of the crafts, grabbing a steal and busking in the sights & sounds of live entertainment. Below are our pick of 5 to help you make the most of your weekends, before Mondayitis sets in.
KINOKUNIYA MAKERS MARKET: WHIPPER-SNAPPERS – 20 NIFTY MAKERS IN THEIR 20S
20 June – 11:00 – 16:00
This special, pop-up market is designed to promote the craft and creativity of young makers (in their 20s), in celebration of Craft Month ’15. Exhibiting and showcasing the best of a vast range crafts, design, art and wares from some of the hippest makers in town – this is one not to be missed!
Every Saturday 10:00-16:00
A bustling, vibrant morning/afternoon awaits you as you venture through the Glebe Markets. Located in the trendiest of inner-city suburbs, the market dishes up a cool, and colorful serving of vintage finds, musical grooves, crafts and jewelry, plus a diversity of other creative, reworked sundry.
GREEN SQUARE MARKETS
Saturdays 09.00 to 14.00
This unique artisan market, with stalls abound, features an incredible array of locally-produced products. From hand-made jewelry to beautiful prints, from mouth-watering edibles to gorgeous bouquets, you’ll have a hard time walking away from Green Square Markets without a few bags full!
BREWERY YARD MARKETS
1st and 3rd Sundays each month – 10:00-16:00
With a curated list of stallholders, the Brewery Yard markets exhibit a eclectic assortment of beautiful fashion and crafts, delectable nibbles from celebrity chefs, wares for all; and much, much more. Held on the gorgeous greens of Central Park, the experience is elevated further with the infusion of a variety of entertainment, including live art, acoustic performers etc.
SYDNEY SUSTAINABLE MARKETS – TAYLOR SQUARE
Saturdays 8:00 – 13:00
This non-profit, community based initiative at Taylor Square showcases the best and the freshest from local producers and growers. Farmers, to bakers, to fishermen, all stallholders sell their products directly to the attendees, and helps promote a sustainable, supportive community.