Sydney Food Markets
Highlights of Sydney Food and drink
Highlights of Sydney
Food and drink
|Australia has some great natural produce and
Sydney has a number of great markets selling this produce from pineapples,
bananas and other fruits and fresh vegetables. There are also some food
markets which specialise in cooking it including the North Sydney Noodle
Sydney Fish Markets located in Pyrmont Sydney open everyday.
The North Sydney Noodle Markets are on every Friday evening in the warmer months (October - March). Located on Miller St in the park in front of the library.
Parklea Markets located close to Blacktown in Sydney's Western Suburbs. Open Saturday and Sunday 8.30am to 4.30pm. Selling fruit, vegetables, clothing, home wares, CDs, DVD, electronics etc.
Liverpool Markets located in the southern suburbs of Sydney. Open Saturday and Sunday 8.30am to 4.30pm.
Fairfield markets located in the southern suburbs of Sydney. Open Saturday 9am to 4pm.
Parramatta Farmers Markets are the oldest produce markets in Australia, established in 1791 they have returned to the Church Street Mall every Saturday. Though these are not big markets with a few stalls selling fruit and vegetable and clothing.
Last updated 26th January 2010
Flemington Markets Sydney Produce Markets is a wholesale market selling fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers. Located off Parramatta Rd Flemington, right next to Flemington train station on the Western Line. Open Monday to Friday 6am to noon. Saturday and Sunday they also have arts, crafts, clothing and jewelry. Open all Saturday and Sunday.
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