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Scenic World Makers Markets: Long Weekend Edition 2019


When: Sunday 6th October
Scenic World, 1 Violet Street
Time: 10am-4pm
Cost: FREE

Scenic World is hosting the Makers Markets – Long Weekend Edition 2019 to celebrate the talents of Blue Mountains artisans who contribute so much vitality to our region. Held on Sunday 6 October from 10am-4pm in the Scenic World Skyway Park, the Makers Market will feature more than 20 stalls from local artisans offering local art, photography, jewellery, fashion, homewares and natural beauty products. Come along for live music and face painting, and support local small businesses by picking up one-of-a-kind goods.

•       The Makers Markets – Long Weekend Edition 2019 will be held on Sunday 6 October from 10am-4pm in the Skyway Park, 1 Violet St, Katoomba
•       Entry is free, and the event is family friendly
•       There will be more than 20 stalls featuring products from local Blue Mountains artisans
•       The Makers Market will feature live music, face painting and entertainment
•       The Makers Market invites Scenic World guests and locals to support Blue Mountains artisans by shopping locally

Phone: 0414 945 705
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Article by Connie.

Moore Park Foodies & Farmers Market


When: Wednesday & Saturday
Where: Next to The Showring in the middle of the precinct, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park

With over 100 stalls, great food, live music, prizes to be won, kids entertainment and fun for all members of the family, why wouldn’t you want to come on down and check it out. The market will be running on Wednesdays between 8am and 2pm and Saturdays between 9am and 3pm. Conveniently located undercover on the Showring, the market also features two hours of free parking.

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Article by Foodies & Farmer's Market.

Paddington Markets


When: Every Saturday
Where: 395-435 Oxford Street, Paddington
Time: 10am-4pm

Every Saturday from 10am… rain or shine Paddington Markets has been open since 1973! Started as a market to encourage local fashion designers, craftspeople, jewellery makers and artists, the market has over 150 unique stalls filled with creative fashion and accessories, beautiful smelling soaps and candles and pictures that inspire. You will not find these Australian designed and crafted products in any shopping mall and many of our products are exclusive to Paddington Markets. Take a look at our International food court or try our selection of handmade chocolates and local bread. Relax under the trees with your coffee and lunch and then buy some flowers or a bonsai to brighten up your home. New Traders every week and live music every Saturday. Paddington Markets is a community based market supporting local people passionate about their craft and the local community.

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Article by Paddington Markets.

Paddy's Markets


When: Wednesday - Sunday (Haymarket) & Friday - Sunday (Flemington)
Where: Homebush West & Haymarket

The origin of Paddy’s as a distinct market dates back to 1834 when Governor Bourke decided to move traders in hay and grain to a site next to the new cattle market in Campbell Street, Sydney. The move created a split among stallholders within the “fringe” market. Some had regular customers among the cattlemen and hay and grain growers, and they moved to join farmers in the new Haymarket area. The food sellers and second hand dealers also did a good trade, both in the vicinity of the market house and around the Haymarket pubs. The majority, however, stayed on at the George Street market. Governor Bourke’s decision to allow the market to stay open until 10.00pm on Saturdays marks the real beginnings of what we know today as Sydney’s Paddy’s Markets. By 1842, when the markets came under the jurisdiction of Sydney Council, the Saturday Paddy’s-style market was well established. The Council gave it another boost by allowing the George Street market to remain open until 10.00 pm on Wednesday nights.

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Article by Paddy's Markets.

Parklea Markets


When: Every Friday to Sunday
Where: cnr. Sunnyholt Road & Old Windsor Roads, Parklea

Parklea Markets boast the biggest, most vibrant and colourful market place in the Southern Hemisphere. Parklea Markets is a treasure trove of international food, fashion and flair displaying all the best Australia has to offer all under one roof with thousands of bargains. There are toys, tools, kitchenware, camping / fishing goods, cosmetics, jewellery, fresh flowers, computer software, souvenirs, car accessories, plants, gardening goods and much, much more. In the clothing stakes, Parklea Markets excels with a colourful range of garments right across the spectrum. Fresh fruit and vegetables, superb seafood, deli, butcher, frozen food and it’s own bakery, as well as 3 automatic teller machines. And if the wealth of goods doesn’t keep you on your feet for hours of browsing, there are plenty of fast food outlets and cafes where you can restock on energy.Adding an extra touch is a regular program of entertainment and displays for all ages. Only a leisurely 30 minutes drive from Sydney there is ample parking for 17,000 cars daily, buses run from Blacktown Station all day Saturday and Sunday. Parklea Markets on the corner of Sunnyholt and Old Windsor Roads, Parklea.

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Article by Parklea Markets.

The Rocks Markets


When: Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Where: The Rocks
Foodies Market, 10am-4pm Fridays & Weekend Market, 10am-5pm Saturdays and Sundays

What makes a great market? If it’s about passionate people selling things you’ll love in a cool, relaxed environment then The Rocks Markets is one of Sydney’s greatest. You know The Rocks is nestled on the doorstep of the CBD, but it’s slower here, and infinitely more charming. And, really, who wants to rush when there’s so much to take in? Where else can you buy dresses and bags designed by the stallholder, one-off jewellery, original artworks and prints, in a place where you can feel the sun on your face and catch glimpses of our gorgeous harbour? If you haven’t been for a while, wander back. You’ll be genuinely surprised.

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Article by The Rocks Markets.

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