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New market in Sydney: Maroubra Beach Markets

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Nestled along the picturesque shores of Maroubra Beach, a new wave of excitement is set to sweep through Sydney’s east as the vibrant Maroubra Beach Markets make their debut on Sunday 5 May 2024. Boasting a stunning backdrop of sun-kissed sands and azure waters, these monthly markets at Broadarrow Reserve promise an indulgent mix of more than 100 stalls brimming with high-quality offerings, ranging from fresh produce to artisanal delights, fashion statements, homeware treasures, botanical wonders, creative crafts, blooming flora, and captivating art pieces. Market enthusiasts can tantalize their taste buds at the onsite dining areas, savoring delectable treats from a diverse array of hot food vendors. For those with a passion for sustainable shopping, a dedicated section showcasing vintage and recycled goods awaits, providing a treasure trove of eco-friendly finds to explore and cherish. Initiated by the Randwick City Council in collaboration with esteemed market provider Cambridge Markets, these seaside markets aim to foster community spirit and invigorate the local economy. Randwick Mayor Philipa Veitch lauds the markets as a vibrant addition that not only brings the residents together but also beckons visitors from afar to immerse in the coastal charm of Maroubra Beach. Mayor Veitch expresses, “The Maroubra Beach markets will not only enliven our outdoor spaces but also create a recurring event for our community to eagerly anticipate each month, enticing Sydneysiders to discover the beauty of our beachside suburb.” Director of Cambridge Markets, Madelienne Andersen, echoes the sentiment, hailing the beachside location as the perfect setting for a monthly celebration of… Read More

2 new markets in Sydney

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Get ready to ring in the Easter festivities with two spectacular markets presented by Cambridge Markets, set to paint the town with vibrant energy and delightful offerings. As we gear up for the joyful season, mark your calendars and prepare to embark on an unforgettable journey through a world of creativity, delectable cuisines, and boundless community spirit. A Tale of Two Markets The much-anticipated Cronulla Easter Market is all set to make a triumphant return at the picturesque Don Lucas Reserve, Wanda Beach, Cronulla, on Saturday and Sunday, March 16-17, from 10am to 4pm. Meanwhile, The Ultimate Easter Market EQ is gearing up to captivate visitors at the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park, on Easter Sunday, March 31, from 10am to 4pm. Delightful Offerings Await! Step into a world where over 150 stallholders will converge from across Sydney, offering a diverse array of fashion, homewares, gifts, art, craft, plants, toys, and much more. Embrace the fusion of global flavors as both markets present a tantalizing smorgasbord of world cuisines, ranging from Thai to Turkish, promising an epicurean experience like no other. Unveiling the Magic Madelienne Anderson, the director of Cambridge Markets, expresses her excitement for these upcoming events, “We at Cambridge Markets love a good Easter market. It’s a great time of year for markets as the weather is fabulous and people enjoy this relaxed period when they get to take a breather from the fast pace of the new year.” She adds, “Both these markets will have their own flavor, and bring a bit of… Read More

Sydney brings back The Rocks Markets

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Welcome to The Rocks Markets, a true icon of Sydney’s bustling city center. This historic harborside spot has been a hub of creativity and local craftsmanship for over 200 years, and it’s only getting better! The market is undergoing a refresh, with new makers and artisans joining original vendors to bring the best bites, live beats, and local crafts to this beloved destination. To celebrate the arrival of these new makers, The Rocks Markets is hosting a community taster event called Meet the Makers on April 15th and 16th. This two-day event is the perfect opportunity for Sydneysiders to shop for unique arts and homewares, devour tasty treats, enjoy live music, and take part in free workshops and special trader experiences with some of the makers themselves. Throughout the market’s footprint, you’ll experience a program of surprise pop-up maker demonstrations, tastings, trader interviews, and experiences, all free to attend for just one weekend! From leather goods to florals, from colorful art to gorgeous resin crafts, there’s something for everyone at The Rocks Markets. And the fun doesn’t end with the taster event! The Rocks Markets will be offering maker workshops and demonstrations as a permanent staple. Check The Rocks website and make a booking to get hands-on and make your very own item. Learn to create a flower arrangement with Jonima Flowers, explore geometric abstraction using collage and drawing with Emilio Frank Design, create the most famous and original Australian leather wallet with The Leather Trading Co., or make your own resin terrazzo coaster set… Read More

The Cannery in Rosebery has a new market series this August

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If ever you’ve needed an excuse to head to Rosebery in Sydney and see what’s up, then consider this it. It’s a small suburb, yes, but for what it lacks in urban sprawl, it makes-up for in gastronomic offering and artisan products like cooking utensils, storage solutions and mountains of kitchen paraphernalia. If it’s good enough for the likes of Stanton & Co by the people behind Riley Street Garage then it’s no surprise the venue at the heart of the suburb, The Cannery, is throwing its first special market day filled with stalls from independent artisans Sunday 5 August from 10am to 3pm. The beautiful converted warehouse space will offer a mixture of craft items, food products, gifts ideas, fashion, art and more from boutique stallholders among the regular list of premium brands The Cannery has become famous for. It’ll feature a range of childrens’ activities across the historic setting of the old Rosella Soup Cannery, including live music and a silent disco for kids of all ages to blow off steam.For those who’re just after some food and bevs, the likes of Welcome Dose Specialty Coffee, Grain Organic Bakery, Frenchies Bistro & Brewery (where you can grab a fresh cold beer as well as a delicious lunch) and Stanton & Co. (where a dozen oysters may go down well after perusing the markets) will be there all day. Entry to event is free and you should probably consider walking, riding your bike, or using PT. The Cannery Rosebery 61 Mentmore Avenue, Rosebery