'Tis the season for Christmas markets
One hundred local makers will be setting up stalls selling creative, handmade gifts ranging from ceramics and jewellery to vintage clothing and artworks. The pop-up markets are organised by community teams of local Etsy sellers in each location. Look out for seller updates and save the date for a pet-friendly shopping trip to the park.
The bi-annual design market is returning to the Tramsheds just in time for Christmas. Check out more than 50 stalls of locally-made artisan products including fashion accessories, jewellery, ceramics and artworks all for a $2 entry fee.
A huge open-air market will be held where the water meets the National Park in Kurnell, and it’s promising presents that you won’t be able to find at your local Westfield. There will be 120 stalls selling everything from Christmas trees, organic hams to gifts for the whole family.
[Sponsored] This annual fare at Hyde Park Barracks brings together 40 local food producers, makers and artisan retailers for an evening market just before Christmas. Shop for pickles, smoked meats, artisan teas and food-focused homewares as you wander around the courtyard.
[Sponsored] Visit more than 200 local designers and makers selling their handmade wares at this three-day shopping festival in Sydney. To keep you on your feet and shopping, there’ll be snacks from Mary’s burgers and Smoking Gun Bagels, plus caffeinated beverages and a booze zone.
The quarterly market takes place at Foley Park and there’s usually around 50 stallholders selling jewellery, plants, furniture, fashion and children’s toys – aka perfect Christmas presents. Stallholders are likely to change each season but they're always locally loved characters.
Australia’s longest running indie design and art fair is returning to the Barangaroo Cutaway for three days, signaling the start of summer and tinsel shopping season. A line-up of more than 200 established and up-and-coming stallholders will show off their handcrafted and meticulously designed goods.
The quarterly retro market at Sydney Uni is a meeting place for people who love vintage, vinyl and classic cars, but on November 25, it’ll also be a haven for Christmas-mad shoppers. Stallholders will feature rock 'n' roll-inspired vintage fashion to books, art, homewares, records and other collectibles.