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It's always nice the venture out to these markets with the family. They are hidden near the RSL so not highly visible from the road but make sure you take the time to find them. Here you will find a range of local crafts, fresh...More
We spent a lot of wasted time looking for the markets because we were looking in the wrong place, i.e. behind woolies at Dural instead of Glenorie. Ended up miles down Kenthurst road where lo and behold we found signs all about the Growers Markets...More
always find something different in the markets each time i go, a little expensive but you are paying for quality and not something you find in the local supermarket. well set out and great for a bite to eat too.
Glenorie market is a small food & handicrafts market held on 4th Sunday of the month. Meat & veggies always good, lovely jewellery & great local honey. It's one of 2 markets I visit every month. Which means I buy very little in the big...More
Fresh local produce and tasty treats for the whole family. A very enjoyable morning out for the whole family, even our four legged members. Great showcase of local produce plus interesting craft, linen, fudge, nuts, cookies, coffee and much more. An excellent local market well...More
One of the best organised and presented community markets I have attended. Subtle background music and informative announcements added to the busy atmosphere. The great variety of gazebo/marquee stalls were inviting and interesting, in particular the fresh produce and preserves were good value and yummy....More
We took a ride out here to check them out. Firstly not that many stalls - we did the circuit in about 5 minutes. If you are after all the same thing from any markets, just a bit more expensive you will enjoy. We looked...More
This is a once a month affair - Obviously local people are selling their wares - including meat, fresh produce etc., Usually the produce is locally grown and although pricey it's worth it. The meat comes from quite a few places and although pricey is...More