Seeking the freshest seasonal produce for your weekly shop or simply fancy a gastronomical lunchtime treat? We've rounded up a list of our favourite food markets in Sydney that even the most fervent of foodies will love.
217-223 Darling Street, Balmain | 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month, 8.30am - 4pm
Established in 1977 in the historic grounds of St Andrews Congregational Church, the Balmain Market holds the moniker of Sydney’s third oldest market. And with its 150 stalls offering handmade arts and crafts, jewellery and giftware, contemporary and vintage fashion and homeware, as well as artisan goods, chutneys and cheese, the market will especially delight the creatives and historians among us.
Bondi Farmers Markets
Bondi Beach Public School, Bondi | Saturdays 9am - 5pm
Just metres away from one of the world's most famous beaches, you'll find locals and tourists alike flock to Bondi Beach Public School over the weekend, inbetween dips in the ocean. On Saturdays, the Bondi Farmers Market holds fort. Grab breakfast from one of the many food stalls, and eat on the lawn while listening to live music, before browsing the stalls for fresh seasonal produce and flowers, organic meat and poultry, and artisan breads and homemade jams, to farmstead cheeses, olive oils, and herbs and spices.