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Marrickville Organic Markets

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  1. Marrickville Markets (Photograph: Anna Kucera)
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  2. Marrickville Markets (Photograph: Anna Kucera)
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  3. Marrickville Markets (Photograph: Anna Kucera)
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  4. Marrickville Markets (Photograph: Anna Kucera)
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  5. Marrickville Markets (Photograph: Anna Kucera)
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  12. Marrickville Markets (Photograph: Anna Kucera)
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  16. Marrickville Markets (Photograph: Anna Kucera)
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  21. Marrickville Markets (Photograph: Anna Kucera)
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
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Time Out says

These dog-friendly markets aren’t just a ritual for locals – loyal visitors from all over Sydney trek to Addison Road Community Centre for organic groceries and a wander around Reverse Garbage. You can find pretty much anything here; vintage clothes, books, rugs, eco food wraps to healing crystals, rice bread and tarot reading. There are plenty of stalls selling seasonal fruit and veg, plus Asian greens, honey and fresh seafood. Pick up a paper lunch bag filled with sweet, mini plums and stop by Brooklyn Boy Bagels for a poppy seed dough with cream cheese, lox, dill and caper schmear.

If you visit on the first or fourth Sunday of the month, the longest lines will be found at La Casa Latina – a pop-up diner where you can eat authentic Mexican food. It’s a major drawcard for tamales, chilaquiles, tacos al pastor and pazole. Wash it all down with a Michelada – a popular Mexican drink that combines beer, lime, tomato juice, Worcestershire and hot sauce. If the picnic tables are full, there’s plenty of grass behind the community hall to throw down a rug – just watch out for the pony rides passing through.

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Juliana Yu

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