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Sydney's Best Farmers Markets

More than just a place to pick up your weekly dose of fresh produce, farmers’ markets have become a foodies’ destination, a place to hang out with friends, and the go-to for unique fashion and homewares. We have done the legwork so you can spend less time researching and more time tasting your way through some of Sydney’s best farmers’ markets.

Parramatta Farmers Market

Handpicked and crafted with love is the spirit at these markets. From seasonal produce to organic dairy, fresh-cut flowers and gourmet treats, everything at Parramatta Farmers Market is handmade. Along with an impressive array of local produce, the market entices with international cuisines, sweet treats and artisan finds.

Every Friday, 8.30am to 2.30pm.

Centenary Square, Church Street, Parramatta

Joynton Park Market

You’ve got to love a market that’s geared as much towards the four-legged community as the two-legged community. Joynton Park Market (formerly Green Square Market) is a dog- and family-friendly farmers market. On the first Saturday of the month, fresh produce, hot foods, sweet treats, homewares, gifts, and fashion are on display for the whole family to enjoy.

First Saturday of the month, 9am to 2pm.

Joynton Park, Gadigal Avenue, Zetland

Orange Grove Farmers Market

Orange Grove Farmers Market is the place to shop for fresh seasonal produce, boutique fashion and sustainable, fair-trade homewares. Foodies can grab a bite to eat from the many stalls dishing up tantalising flavours, and shop for fresh seasonal produce, gourmet delicacies and artisan breads, all with the added perks of live entertainment and family-friendly activities.

Every Saturday, 8am to 1pm.

Orange Grove Public School, Corner of Perry Street and Balmain Road, Lilyfield

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Marrickville Organic Farmers Market

This laidback, family-friendly farmers’ market is all about gourmet food and fresh produce. An eclectic line-up of stalls that offer a selection of flavours from around the world are mixed in among local producers. Visitors choose to linger on picnic blankets while families take advantage of the pony rides and bouncing castles.

Every Sunday, 8am to 3 pm.

Addison Road Centre, 142 Addison Road, Marrickville

The Beaches Market

A curated selection of fresh produce, meats, dairy products, baked goods and artisan foods are just some of what can be found at this Northern Beaches farmers market. Located in Warriewood, The Beaches Market lures visitors and locals alike, who come to nab their weekly fresh produce but stay for the tantalising aromas from the ready to eat food stalls, or a touch of boutique fashion and homewares shopping.

Every Friday, 8am to 1pm.

Pittwater Rugby Park, 1472 Pittwater Road, Warriewood

Bondi Farmers Market

Bondi Beach is the backdrop to this popular weekly farmers’ market that’s located on the grounds of Bondi Beach Public School. The place to nab seasonal produce, including organically grown meat and poultry, artisan bread, farmstead cheeses, and condiments. Roasted coffee beans paired with a taste platter is a great start to your weekend.

Every Saturday, 9am to 1pm.

Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach

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Carriageworks Farmers Market

In the midst of one of Sydney’s thriving art precincts is a culinary delight. An extensive line-up of fresh, seasonal produce, including organic and bio-dynamic foods, from farmers and artisan producers from across New South Wales. Live music, fresh coffee and produce to taste are housed in Carriageworks on Sydney’s city edge.

Every Saturday from 8am to 1pm.

229 Wilson Street, Eveleigh

Double Bay Organic Market

At the centre of one of Sydney’s most fashionable neighbourhoods is the pop-up weekly organic food market. Farmers and artisan producers deliver a selection of seasonal produce, delicious lunch deals, baked goods, and arts and crafts. Although popular among the adults, it’s the farm animals and pony rides that win over the younger crowd.

Every Thursday, 9am to 2pm.

Guilfoyle Park, Guilfoyle Avenue, Double Bay

Kings Cross Organic Farmers Market

This inner-city markets steps it up a notch every weekend in an area that already has an incredible café and dining culture. Come Saturday, the iconic El Alamein Memorial Fountain is brimming with stalls chock full of fresh produce, flowers, gourmet delicacies, artisan bread, and freshly baked goods to munch on.

Every Saturday, 9am to 2pm.

Fitzroy Gardens, Macleay Street, Kings Cross


Moore Park Produce Market

Fair-trade and chemical-free are how things are run here. Conveniently located at the Entertainment Quarter, this bi-weekly market welcomes the best growers, producers and artisans from NSW, all of who come with freshly picked fruits, vegetables and other gourmet delights. Cooking workshops, demonstrations and tours keep the community spirit alive at this market.   

Every Wednesday and Saturday, 8am to 2pm.

The Show Ring at The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park

Manly Fresh Produce Market

Get to know the local producers at Manly’s bi-weekly farmers market. Producers fill their stalls with organic and seasonal fruits, vegetables and flowers, artisan foods and baked goods. Located in the heart of Manly and with activities geared towards the younger crowd, this is a market that many are happy to detour to on their way to the beach.

Every Wednesday and Sunday, 8am to 2pm.

Manly Plaza, Manly

Frenchs Forest Organic Market
Frenchs Forest Organic Market

A Northern Beaches institution, the Frenchs Forest Organic Market is all about fresh produce. Open every Sunday rain, hail or shine, the Frenchs Forest Market keeps locals healthy with an impressive haul of farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, free-range eggs and grass-fed beef. Gourmet delicacies, sweet indulgences and eco-friendly products are also on offer.  

Every Sunday, 9am to 1pm.

Parkway Hotel, 5 Frenchs Forest Road, Frenchs Forest

Collective Harvest Market

Sydney’s only weekly rooftop market, the trendy Collective Harvest Market is the place to grab your weekly produce bag. Curated by The Locals Market, produce bags are packed full of fresh produce to keep you nourished for the week. You can order in advance to secure a bag or head to the rooftop of the Paramount building on Saturdays to meander through the impressive array of fresh market goodness.

Every Saturday, 8am to 1pm.

Paramount Building, 80 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills

Northside Produce Market

Sitting up high on Miller Street, this local market is a firm favourite. It is chock full of seasonal fruits and vegetables, artisan cheeses, organic meats, freshly made breads, fine pastries and flowers. Community spirit is high at the Northside Produce Market, so expect to meet and mingle with all the talented producers and locals.

First and third Saturday of every month, 8am to 12pm.

Civic Park, 220 Miller Street, North Sydney

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