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This one is worth the visit , is very popular with locals has organic fruit and veggies, lots of different food stalls to eat , coffee as well , also has some unique art and craft stores , parking is difficult so best to find...More
We have been to the market several times and always find something interesting to eat or bring home. Breakfast for any taste. Recommend lamb sandwich just at the beginning and kids will love the German hot dogs. We always pay a visit to reverse garbage...More
Grab your Eco bags and get down to the Addison Road Markets for a breakfast/brunch/lunch/afternoon snack or whatever you feel like doing, there's something for everyone.
From the best local produce to eclectic arts and crafts the markets are a great place to wander, sit...More
A great selection of organic food and Farmers stalls at this market all set within the Marrickville Community Centre 142 Addison Rd, apparently on every Sunday the area also houses what has to be the best Fair Trade store in Sydney that we stumbled across!...More
This is an excellent market, but the crowds are really starting to press. I went down for some coffee and breakfast last weekend (at 11am) and gave up when I saw the queues. There must have been 20 people queuing for coffee.
It can be...More
Lots of interesting stands with different farms offering similar produces.
Eggs, Honey, vegetables, meats, food stands etc
There's even a Chai tent, which seems to be very popular.
Gozleme, German bratwurst rolls, fresh off the grills!
Can get a tad crowded.
Dog friendly markets, although...More
Definitely worth checking out! There is a wide range of fresh food at very reasonable prices - fruit, veg, cheese, and my personal favourite - biltong (South African dried meat)! Take your dog or the whole family, but make sure to try a toasted sandwich...More
Take a bus from Central Station ( no.412 ) it will take you direct to the market or take a train trip to Sydenham station or New town Station then take a metro bus ( M40) it will pass Enmore Park then you can walk up to... More
Take a bus from Central Station ( no.412 ) it will take you direct to the market or take a train trip to Sydenham station or New town Station then take a metro bus ( M40) it will pass Enmore Park then you can walk up to Addison Road. Take 2-3 mins walk.