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All the locally-grown fruit and veggies, freshly baked loaves, smoked fish, fresh-cut blooms and coffee carts you could ever need

The Beaches Market


Farmers come from all over NSW bringing fresh produce (and some from their neighbours) to this Pittwater collection of 90-odd stalls.

Castle Hill Farmers and Fine Food Market

Castle Hill

Trawl through up to 60 stalls for fresh prickly pears and figs, edible flowers, micro coriander, daikon sprouts, and Australian native foods.

Chatswood Organic Food Markets


Chatswood Organic is undercover so you can get leafy green vegetables, sourdough straight out of the oven and fresh goat’s cheese no matter what the temperamental heavens are doing that day.

Double Bay Organic Food Markets

Double Bay

Do not go home without some handmade pasta, a bunch of fresh flowers, a bag of farm-fresh veg that would make your ancestors crow in delight and a sweet treat from the Pastry Ninja.  

EQ Markets

Moore Park

Do not go home without some handmade pasta, a bunch of fresh flowers, a bag of farm-fresh veg that would make your ancestors crow in delight and a sweet treat from the Pastry Ninja.

Eveleigh Farmers Markets


In just a few short years, the Eveleigh Farmers Market has become Sydney’s premiere fresh food and produce market. Hit Kylie Kwong up for an awesome brekky.

Gladesville Organic Food Markets


At the ‘Riverside Markets’ you can get all the usual suspects fresh from local farms round NSW: pumpkins, avocados, mushrooms, sprouts and any edible green thing you can name.

Glenorie Growers Market


When it’s a matter of handmade doggie treats, scented soy candles or bird houses built of old fence palings, you’d best hot-foot it to these growers’ markets.

The Grounds Markets


At this monthly market you’ll find freshly baked bread, just-cut flowers by Garlands, raw organic honey by Maya Sunny Honey and a baby animal farm.

Marrickville Organic Food and Farmers Markets


The popular Sunday market oozes boho charm and overflows with organic produce. You’ll find a wide range of fresh fruit and veg, cheeses and smoked fish, plus a smattering of clothes and homewares, and entertainment for the kids.

Northside Produce Market

North Sydney

The much-lauded Northside Markets will be celebrating its 15th year of operation in 2014. These 75 stalls are abundant with the best and freshest produce in NSW, a lot of it harvested within a few days of sale.

Parramatta Farmers Market


A just-launched market in Sydney’s other CBD, Parra has a wide variety of fresh and cooked products to suit the growing needs of the local community

The Rocks Foodies Market

The Rocks

This lot of stalls is ideally situated for a relaxed Friday lunch break. They’re perfect if you’re looking for a melting gozleme on the run or some freshly baked bread for a brunch party the next day.

Sydney Fish Market


Who can resist the veritable cornucopia of shellfish available at De Costi’s? Or the just-steamed prawn har gau on offer upstairs at the Fisherman’s Wharf Chinese Restaurant?

Sydney Flower Markets

Homebush West

These mammoth flower markets supply some 75 per cent of all the wholesale flowers sold in Sydney, but they’re open to the amateur flower enthusiast as well and offer an incomparable variety of stalky stock.

The Sydney Morning Herald 
Grower’s Market


Here not only do you have a smorgasbord of top-notch stalls to choose from – from organic veggies to knock-out coffee – but you also get to soak in the surrounds of one the most beautifully situated markets in the city.

Sydney Sustainable Markets


Smack bang in the middle of the action (Taylor Square), these markets are comprised of a small number of hand-picked providores whose focus is authenticity.

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