Sydney history – The Month of February

1824

11 February

St James’ Church, Sydney, designed by Francis Greenway, is consecrated by the Rev. Samuel Marsden.

St James Church, 1969

St James Church, 1969 (City of Sydney Archives, CRS 871/55)

1854

25 February

T. S. Mort begins building a dry dock (Mort’s Dock) at Balmain, Sydney. Mort’s Dock is completed in 1855.

1875

9 February

John Robertson replaces Henry Parkes as Premier of NSW.

1892

10 – 12 February

Run on the head office of the Savings Bank of New South Wales in Sydney, depositors withdrawing their funds in gold.

1895

9 February

The word “cobber” first appears in print in the Bulletin.

1906

6 February

Bondi Surf Bathers Life Saving Club founded in Sydney. Bondi lays claim to being Australia’s (and the world’s) first surf lifesaving club; however this is disputed by Bronte who had set up a life saving club (without the word ‘surf’ in its title) in 1903.

1919

February

Influenza pandemic causes the closure of theatres, libraries, churches, and schools in New South Wales . The wearing of masks is made compulsory.

1922

4 February

A shark fatally attacks a young lifesaver, 16 year old Milton Singleton Coughlan, at Coogee Beach , Sydney, just prior to the commencement of a surf carnival. 6000 terrified onlookers on the beach watch as Jack Chalmers and Frank Beaurepaire (an Olympic champion) bravely rescue the boy from the shark’s jaws. Coughlan dies soon afterwards in hospital. The Sunday News ( 5 February, 1922 ) reports:

 Jack Chalmers pointed to his Digger’s badge.

 “It’s the spirit of this that made me do it,” he said. “When I saw a mate in danger I acted first and thought afterwards.”

Jack Chalmers

Jack Chalmers. (City of Sydney Archives, Newsclippings W 207)

1938

6 February

Black Sunday, perhaps the most famous rescue operation of the Bondi Surf Life Saving Club. Freak waves drag hundreds of people out to sea at Bondi and life savers rescue more than 300 people.

1954

3 February

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip arrive in Sydney to begin an Australian tour, the first by a reigning monarch.

The Log Arch on Macquarie Street. The Arch was part of the decorations prepared for the Royal Visit of 1954

The Log Arch on Macquarie Street. The Arch was part of the decorations prepared for the Royal Visit of 1954. (City of Sydney Archives, SRC1632).

1961

25 February

Sydney’s last tram leaves from La Perouse.

1964

25 February

Fire destroys Sydney’s Lyceum Theatre

1984

14 February

Elton John, British singer, marries Renata Blauel at St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point, Sydney.

Detail view of carved sandstone head, St Mark's Church (1848), Darling Point, 2001-2

Detail view of carved sandstone head, St Mark’s Church (1848), Darling Point, 2001-2 (City of Sydney Archives, Gary Deirmendjian: ‘Sydney Sandstone’ Collection: 20798)

Sources

This Month In Sydney’s History is drawn from the following source material:

  • News clippings and scrapbooks, City of Sydney Archives.
  • Graeme Aplin, S. G. Foster, Michael McKernan (eds.), Australians: Events and Places, Fairfax, Syme & Weldon Associates, Sydney, 1987.
  • Anthony Barker, What Happened When: A Chronology of Australia From 1788, rev.ed., Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2000.
  • Bryce Fraser (ed.), The Macquarie Book of Events, Macquarie Library, McMahons Point, 1983.
  • Graham Jahn, Sydney Architecture, The Watermark Press, Sydney, 1997.
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Sydney – architecture walks

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www.sydneyarchitecture.org

The Sydney Architecture Walks {SAW} explore ideas through architecture, offering an interface between in-depth architectural knowledge and the wider design-conscious community. Each route is driven by certain themes and ideas and attempts to decode the city whilst stimulating new ways of thinking about and seeing Sydney.

SAW 1 – Sydney
Moving from the broad to the particular, the historic to the contemporary, SAW1 conjures a heady urban narrative revealing the social, cultural and topographic patterns and forces which have shaped Sydney. We will concentrate on two contemporary iconic structures; Aurora Place and Governor Phillip and Macquarie Towers, and the work of three architects; Renzo Piano, Richard Johnson & Jørn Utzon.
Renzo Piano is a virtuoso in the world of architecture and someone deeply imbued with a craftsman’s sense of materials. The Aurora Place office and apartment buildings are his first Australian and his first high-rise structures.
Our study of these remarkable buildings works on many levels. We will explain Piano’s environmental and social agenda, the irony of using a suburban–inspired material palette in the most corporate of environments, and the ways in which his apartment building does at a large scale what Aussie icon Glenn Murcutt does at a small scale in terms of specific environmental response. You will also discover the many subtle and intriguing ways in which Piano establishes a dialogue with the grand old lady down the road; his soaring ghostly–white facades playing mainsail to Utzon’s billowing spinnakers.

The black-suited Melbourne firm Denton Corker Marshall’s tall, dark and handsome Governor Phillip Tower + Museum of Sydney will be explored, the ideas and concepts behind the buildings discussed. The building was designed by Richard Johnson who with Utzon and his architect son Jan, is slowly realising modifications to the Opera House interior [see SAW2].
> Led by Eoghan
> when > Every Wednesday at 10.30 am. See dates for our full timetable + details. To download upcoming dates as a pdf click here. To download SAW routes map click here
Related articles
>Renzo Piano
 
SAW 2 – Utzon
Both an in-depth and textured portrait of enigmatic Danish architect Jørn Utzon, as well as the story of the 20th Centuries greatest architectural project, SAW2 draws the listener into the amazing visionary world of the architect of the Sydney Opera House.
His work was beautiful yet transcended the purely aesthetic. He worked hard yet projected the image of a balanced life. He benefited from ancient precedents whilst formulating innovation, proclaimed himself a ‘builder’ more than an architect, and prior to his ground breaking competition victory in 1957, he had only ever built a few small houses.
Discussing the sources of the young architect’s deepest inspiration, his working methods and influences, we chart the development of Utzon’s ideas and their realisation in the platform, concrete shells and ceramic skin of his Sydney Opera House. You will discover the influence of towering 20thC figures like LeCorbusier, Alvar Aalto, Eero Saarinen, Mies van der Rohe and even Picasso on Utzon’s ideas, his strong connection to the brilliant & enigmatic Antonio Gaudi, as well as the ways in which his work was at once utterly contemporary yet drew many of its ideas from the architecture of the ancients.
Booted out in 1966 by the irrascible Askin government, Utzon considered the six years he spent developing the interiors of the House, none of which were realised, the most productive of his career. Using discarded drawings and models, the unrealised acoustic shells and Utzon’s hanging curtains of bronze & glass will be revealed, and you can judge for yourself how much Sydney lost when he was forced to leave the building half-finished. Malice in blunderland* indeed!
SAW2 finishes with the new Utzon interiors, some of which are complete and others still on the drawing board.
* A bitter pun summarising the situation surrounding Utzon’s forced resignation | Jørn Utzon
> Led by Eoghan
> when > Every Saturday at 10.30 am. See dates for our full timetable + details. To download upcoming dates as a pdf click here. To download SAW routes map click here
Related sites Related articles
>Utzon Associates
>Unfinished Business
>Sydney Opera House >Encore Maestro
>Wolanski Foundation >Return of the Master Builder
>2003 Pritzver Prize Laureate >Utzon remasters his vision
>Kingo Houses >Utzon Breaks his Silence
>Utzon Sketches >Utzon gives Opera House…
>Max Dupain photographs  
 
SAW 3 – Harbourings
Join us on this stroll around Sydney’s spectacular harbour edge, from Circular Quay, through the city’s great depository of memory, The Rocks, up Observatory Hill and on to Walsh Bay. The route is diverse, spectacular and full of surprising recent projects as well as gritty historical reminders of the cities industrial/maritime past.
Getting beyond the post–card view of the city and its two shimmering icons, SAW 3 reveals the city at her rawest and most spectacular, her most self–conscious and most corrupt. Beginning with Circular Quay, where the powerful forces of commerce are held back from the harbour by that bland concrete motorway – the Cahill Expressway – we will discuss Utzon’s vision for the Quay, controversial plans for the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Toaster and explore the beautiful ferry terminal conversion by Queensland duo Lindsay + Kerry Clare. The radical Sirius Apartment building by Tao Gofers and Lippmann Associates KGV Sports Hall will also be discussed.

SAW 3 focuses on the breathtaking early 20th Century Walsh Bay Finger Wharves, a family of timber wharves and shore sheds that extend out into Sydney’s harbour. They are the largest timber structures in the world, romantic symbols of Sydney’s maritime history and the first structures in Australia to be nominated as a World Heritage Site! Over the last few years the wharves and shore sheds have been reworked into a modern residential + cultural precinct by Bates Smart and HPA with the help of renowned French architect Phillipe Robert. We will move through this incredible development and discuss the ideas and issues behind their re–development.

SAW3 concludes at Walsh Bay so please allow a 10–15 minute walk back to Circular Quay.
> Led by Eoghan
> when > See dates for our full timetable + details. To download upcoming dates as a pdf click here. To download SAW routes map click here
 
SAW 4 Public: Art, Place & Landscape *

SAW4 examines the city through its evolving attitude to the design of it’s public domain, and the elements that they contain; art, architecture and landscape.

For the Eora people, the trees were an embracing home. For Europeans these same trees were full of mystery, shadows and darkness. Starting in the modern forest of concrete, skyscrapers and hard paved surfaces at Edge of Trees by Janet Laurence and Fiona Foley, we walk outwards to the green harbour wedge, through the Domain to the waters edge of Woolloomooloo Bay. The translucent Veil of Trees by Janet Laurence and Jisuk Han is the bookend.
We will map a living history on contemporary architectural, sculptural and urban projects, considering the role of art, architecture and design in the creation of some of Sydney’s best loved and most used public spaces. Particular attention will be paid to projects by Lin Utzon, Brett Whiteley, Janet Laurence, Hossein Valamanesh, Lippmann Associates, Simeon Nelson, City Projects, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Harry Seidler, Tom Bass & Hassell Architects. We will also look at the new Art Gallery of NSW Asian Galleries extension by Johnson Pilton Walker.

> bring your swimmers > SAW 4 concludes at the Andrew ‘Boy’ Charlton Pool on Mrs Macquaries Road, the Domain. Please allow 20 mins return walk to either St James, Martin Place or Circular Quay train stations. Pool entry is $5 for adults, and the pool is open until 8pm (October–April). Changerooms and lockers available. The 440 Sydney Buses route to Rozelle via the QVB departs from the front of the pool. Download bus timetable here.

> Led by Simeon
> when * This walk runs infrequently and on request.
See dates for our full timetable + details. To download upcoming dates as a pdf click here. To download SAW routes map click here
Related sites  
> Dom Baths and ABC Pool  
> Sydney Sculpture Walk  

Sculpture By The Sea 2008 – call for entries

Sculpture by the Sea 

Calling for 2008 Entries

http://www.sculpturebythesea.com/

Artists are invited to submit entries by 7 April, 2008 for pre-selection in the twelfth annual Sculpture by the Sea to be staged along the coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama in Sydney, Australia from 16 October – 2 November, 2008. 

Highlights:

• The Sculpture by the Sea Prize of $30,000 (non acquisitive)

• Assistance to all artists of at least $2,000 (please see p2 for details)

 Site Specific Subsidies of $3,000 for 4 artists

• An estimated 500,000 visitors across 3 weeks

• Substantial sculpture sales

• The Clitheroe Foundation Mentor Program

• Return economy class airfares to Sydney for 8 interstate artists

• Return economy class airfares to Sydney for 8 overseas artists

• More than 100 sculptures by Australian and overseas artists 

www.sculpturebythesea.com 

All types, forms and sizes of sculpture in all materials are eligible for entry to Sculpture by the Sea. The exhibition site can accommodate the largest to the smallest sculpture, however when submitting works artists are required to consider safety, ease of installation and removal, the environment and the ability of their work to withstand sun, extremely strong wind, rain, salt spray and playful children.

Waverley Council authorises Sculpture by the Sea Incorporated (SXSInc) to stage the exhibition on the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk. Please note that works that are considered by SXSInc or Waverley Council to be unsafe will be ineligible.

Waverley Council is committed to maintaining and supporting events that include participation from the broader community and are not discriminatory or offensive in any way.Sites are available along the coastal walk from Tamarama Park to the steps at the end of Notts Avenue, including Tamarama Beach and Café; rock platforms; garden beds; cliff tops; the park areas at Tamarama and Marks Park; and the sea.

Please note, artists wishing to install sculptures in the sea are required to complete a further agreement to meet additional safety and installation requirements. The essence of the agreement to exhibit in the sea is that the artist is responsible for the installation of their work; its maintenance and removal at short notice in the event of forecasted big seas. 

The only restrictions on sites are for public, environmental and sculpture safety reasons. To the extent possible these have been indicated on the enclosed map and include:

• unsafe distances from the cliff’s edge (approximately 3 metres);

• rock overhangs above the walkway;

• next to the narrower parts of the walk;

• rock platforms exposed to the surf;

• next to or on the Aboriginal rock carvings; and

• works which incorporate fire or loud amplified sound. 

Where feasible, artists are encouraged to propose three sites for their sculpture by marking and describing their preferred sites, in order of preference, on the enclosed map. For local artists, if possible please submit a photo of each site with your entry. Artists whose works are chosen for exhibition will be notified by 23 April 2008. Site meetings will be held to discuss site selection, construction and installation for available artists. Regional and interstate artists are encouraged to attend if possible. Please indicate your preferred site meeting time on the entry form. Following pre-selection, selected artists will be contacted to confirm meeting times.

Where pre-selected artists are unable to attend site meetings the Site Curators will discuss site and installation matters with the artist by email or telephone. Following a meeting between the Head Curator and Waverley Council some artists may be required to provide additional information, such as engineering reports, prior to their work being approved. These artists will be notified by the Head Curator and will be required to submit additional information by 25 July 2008. Final site selection for all sculptures in the exhibition is the decision of the Head Curator. THERE IS MUCH MORE INFORMATION FROM THE SCULPTURE BY THE SEA DOWNLOADABLE FORM

Sydney – markets and fairs

Bondi Beach Community Night Market
Every Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays 12 midday – 12 midnight, weaher permitting. also every Tuesday & Friday 3pm – midnight. Heart of Bondi Beach at Roscoe St. Mall on Campbell Parade. Fashion, Arts & Crafts. Website: www.bondibeachmarket.comStallholders welcome. Info: (02) 8230 2697
Daily casuals list: 0402 492 098
Bondi Junction Organic Food & Farmers Markets, Oxford St Mall

Bondi Junction Organic Food & Farmers Markets, Oxford St Mall
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm, undercover in Bondi Junction Mall. Fruit & vegetables, groceries, eggs and fresh baked bread, and lots of other gourmet & quality food produce. These markets also showcase Art, craft, fashion and home wares and other interesting and unusual stalls. Under the Mall canopies – held rain or shine. Bondi Junction is a disability friendly market. For a stallholders application form
email: mail@organicfoodmarkets.com.au
Phone: (02) 9999 2226 Fax: (02) 9999 2240

Campbelltown Boot Hill Market

Every Thursday & Saturday. Used & new. “Boot Hill” cnr Raby & Campbelltown Rd, Minto. Plant vendors welcome. No food. Phone Andy: (02) 9603 9777

 

Concord Hospital
Volunteers Aux Service Market

Every Thursday, The Green. Concord Hospital, Hospital Rd. Phone Ruth Ellis on: (02) 9767 6740 8:00am – 5:00pm Tues – Fri

Epping Twilight Markets Epping Twilight Markets
Second Friday of each month from 5pm to 9pm.
Held in grounds of Our Lady Help of Christians School, Epping: Enter via 29 Oxford Street Epping or 8 Cambridge Street Epping. Your source of local, quality farmers produce, gourmet foods and gifts. Friendly, family atmosphere with easy transport access.
New stallholders welcome. Phone: 0438 232 674www.eppingmarkets.com.au
EQ PRODUCE MARKET EQ PRODUCE MARKET
Each Wed 10:00am – 3:30pm. Sail covered outdoor market featuring farm fresh produce & gourmet fare. Select from a huge selection of local and international cheeses. Home to Mayfarm Flowers and the lovely Glasshouse Plants. 2hrs free parking.
Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. Ph: 8117 6700
www.eqmoorepark.com.au
Grand Bazaar Wednesdays

Grand Bazaar Wednesdays, Buyers 9:00am to 3:00am. To be held at Camden Valley Way, Prestons. No bookings necessary. Bargains galore. New & used goods. Fresh fruit and vegetables. Free off street parking. Food and refreshments. Contact Phone (02) 9607 5255 or 24hr info line on (02) 9607 9893.

 

Grand Bazaar
Prestons
Open every Wednesday & Sunday weather permitting, Camden Valley Way, Prestons. Sellers 7:00am – no booking required. Buyers 8:00am to 2:00pm – 3:00pm. Buyers free entry on Saturday until further notice. Selling new & second hand goods, antiques & crafts. Toilet facilities & refreshments. Plenty of free off street parking on this 12 hectare site. For details phone: (02) 9607 5255 (b.h.)
Granville Toy & Model Swap Meet

2nd Friday night every month from 6:45pm. Largest regular swap meet of its kind in Sydney. Held at the Crest Bingo Hall, cnr Blaxcell & Redfern Streets Granville. Phone:(02) 9639 4285

 

Organic Food & Farmers Markets, St Ives Showground

Organic Food & Farmers Markets, ST IVES SHOWGROUND
Every Wednesday between 9:00am – 1:00pm at St Ives Showground, Mona Vale Rd, St. Ives. Choice organic fruit & vegetables, deli & bakery goods, brasserie, bread, meat & groceries, alternative therapies. A disability friendly market. Phone: (02) 9999 2227
http://www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au

 

Organic Food & Farmers Market Hornsby
Organic Food & Farmers MARKET Hornsby
Every Thursday, Florence St. Hornsby Shopping Mall. 8:00am – 4:00pm. Organic food, gourmet & value produce, farm produce, health education & natural therapies, garden oriented products, herbs, ornaments & pots etc. Phone: (02) 9999 2227
http://www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au
Oxford Street Mall Thursday Markets At Bondi Junction
Every Thursday includes Bondi Babies Market. Baby goods & clothes, Maternity items & clothes. Phone: (02) 9999 2227 Web: www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au
Penrith Market

Every Wednesday at Penrith Showgrounds. Largest mid-week market. See advert.
Phone: (02) 4721 0821

 

Sun Set Markets

Every Friday 3:00pm – 9:00pm. Boot Hill, cnr Raby & Campbelltown Rds, St. Andrews. Lots of bargains. Enquiries: (02) 9603 9777

 

Sydney Paddy’s Markets Flemington

Every Friday (10:00am – 4:00pm) & Sunday (9:00am – 4:30pm). Markets building D, Sydney Markets, off Parramatta Rd, Flemington. Infoline: 1300 361 589

 

Sydney’s Paddys Markets Haymarket

Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, (9:00am – 5:00pm). Cnr Hay & Thomas Streets Sydney. Sydney’s biggest & best traditional markets with food, fashion, gifts & gadgets in a true market atmosphere. Infoline: 1300 361 589

 

Sydney – Every Saturday
 
Bondi Beach Community Night Market Every Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays 12 midday – 12 midnight, weaher permitting. also every Tuesday & Friday 3pm – midnight. Heart of Bondi Beach at Roscoe St. Mall on Campbell Parade. Fashion, Arts & Crafts. Stallholders welcome. Info: (02) 8230 2697
Daily casuals list: 0402 492 098
Balmain Market

Every Saturday in Church grounds. Darling St and Curtis Rd Balmain, (opp Gladstone Park). Great atmosphere, Great wares, 8:00am – 4:00pm. Phone: (02) 9716 4060 or (02) 9555 1791 Mobile: 0418 765 736

Email: balmainmarket@yahoo.com.au
Web: www.balmainmarket.com.au

 

Bondi Junction Organic Food & Farmers Markets, Oxford St Mall
Bondi Junction Organic Food & Farmers Markets, Oxford St Mall
Every Saturday, Thursday & Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm, in Oxford St Mall,Selling Bondi Junction. Fruit and vegetables, groceries, eggs and fresh baked bread, and lots of other gourmet & quality food produce. Art, craft, fashion & home wares are also available, plus Natural therapies and everything for you, your home and your environment. Under the canopies – held rain or shine. A disability friendly market. For a stallholders application form email: mail@organicfoodmarkets.com.au
Phone: (02) 9999 2226 Fax: (02) 9999 2240
Campbelltown Boot Hill Market

Every Thursday & Saturday. Used & new. “Boot Hill” cnr Raby & Campbelltown Rd, Minto. Plant vendors welcome. No food. Phone Andy: (02) 9603 9777

EQ PRODUCE MARKET EQ PRODUCE MARKET
Each Saturday 10:00am – 3:30pm. Sail covered outdoor market featuring farm fresh produce & gourmet fare. Select from a huge selection of local and international cheeses. Home to Mayfarm Flowers and the lovely Glasshouse Plants. 2hrs free parking.
Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. Ph: 8117 6700
www.eqmoorepark.com.au
Fairfield Market

Every Saturday, free parking, admission and entertainment. Undercover. Fairfield Showground. Phone: (02) 9725 2333 Web: www.fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au

 

Flemington Markets

Every Friday (10:00am – 4:30pm) & Sunday (9:00am – 4:30pm). Markets building D, Sydney Markets, off Parramatta Road, Flemington. Phone: (02) 9325 6294 or infoline 1300 361 589 (local call cost). Sydney’s biggest & best traditional markets with food, fashion, gifts & gadgets in a true market atmosphere. Plus: Flemington on Saturdays; Swap & Sell market & Fresh Food market. ph: (02) 9325 6200 weekdays, (02) 9325 6224 w/ends. www.paddysmarkets.com.au

 

Glebe Market

Every Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm. New, second hand, craft plus atmosphere.School grounds, Glebe Point Rd, Glebe. Phone: (02) 4237 7499

 

Organic Food & Farmers Market Kings Cross Organic Food & Farmers Market Kings Cross
Every Saturday 8:00am – 2:00pm, by the fountain in Fitzroy Gardens. (The most densely populated postcode in Sydney.) Organic fruit & vegetables, farm fresh produce, gourmet food, flowers, plants, herbs, natural therapies, health & other associated goods. Trader carpark $9, Ward Ave, Carpark, behind Fitzroy Gardens. Ph: (02) 9999 2226
Fax: (02) 9999 2240
Email: mail@organicfoodmarkets.com.au
Organic Food & Farmers Market Leichhardt

Organic Food & Farmers MARKET Leichhardt
Every Saturday Morning at Orange Gr ove Public School, Cnr Perry St & Balmain Rd. All growers & farmers gourmet food stalls, etc welcome. Health products, alternative therapies & other stalls. A disability friendly market. Bookings, Phone: (02) 9999 2227
Web: http://www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au

 

Organic Food & Farmers Markets, Chatswood Public School
Every Saturday 8:00am – 1:00pm. Fresh Certified Organic fruit and vegetables, gourmet food and local farm produce. fresh, delicious & healthy edibles. Quality craft art antiques home & garden products. Public car parks nearby & the escalator that crosses the Pacific Highway outside the school. Trader & customer parking on site, access from Pacific H’way. $30 casual non food. Phone about the Special Deal for Feb/Mar – two markets for the price of one.
Phone: (02) 9999 2226 Email: mail@organicfoodmarkets.com.au
Sydney Fresh Food Market
Every Saturday, 6:00am – 2:00pm. Sydney Markets, off Parramatta Road, Flemington. The biggest range of fish, fruit & veg in the West. Infoline: 1300 361 589
Sydney Swap & Sell Market

Every Saturday, Sydney Markets, off Parramatta Road, Flemington. The biggest & best garage sale in Sydney. Infoline: 1300 361 589

 

Warwick Farm Trackside Market

Every Saturday, set-up 7:00am trading 8:00am – 12noon at Warwick Farm Race Track, entering off Governor Macquarie Drive. A true farmer/producer market. Seasonal fruit & vegetables, processed olives & olive oil, fresh fish, beef, coffee from the plantation, milk, cheese, fresh juice, nuts, breads, jams, honey, sauces & lots more. Plenty of parking available. Always looking for new stallholders. Enquiries & bookings mobile: 0419 142 822 or write to PO Box 345 Oakdale 2570

 

Sydney – Every Sunday
 
BENT ST BAZAAR BENT ST BAZAAR
Sundays@The Entertainment Quarter.Catering for all tastes with a lively market area packed with jewellery, clothing, toys and trinkets. New and second hand, vintage and retro. Live entertainment, lots of hot food choices and plenty of amusements for kids. Bars, cafes, cinema, bowling.
2hrs free parking.
Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. Ph: 8117 6700
www.eqmoorepark.com.au
Blacktown Drive in Market

BLACKTOWN DRIVE IN MARKET
Every Sunday 8:00am – 1:00pm. Garage Sale, Second hand & new goods. Stall 6m x 4m – rent $37. Your car stays with you. Buyers entry fee $1.50, pensioners $1.00. Musicians, bands & entertainers welcome. Blacktown Drive-In Theatre, Cricketers Arms Rd. Blacktown. Please Phone: (02) 9747 1986
Fax: (02) 9747 8014
Mobile: 0410 557 227
Web: www.blacktownmarkets.com.au

Bondi Beach Community Night Market
Every Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays 12 midday – 12 midnight, weaher permitting. also every Tuesday & Friday 3pm – midnight. Heart of Bondi Beach at Roscoe St. Mall on Campbell Parade. Fashion, Arts & Crafts. Stallholders welcome. Info: (02) 8230 2697
Daily casuals list: 0402 492 098
Bondi Markets

Every Sunday in Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade (across the road from the beach) 10:00am – 5:00pm. A unique mix of up and coming designers and artists selling contemporary fashion, jewelry, arts, craft, homewares alongside retro furniture, collectibles, exotic imports and the hippest recycled fashion in Sydney. Phone: (0) 9315 8988 Web: www.bondimarkets.com.au

 

Bondi Junction Rotary Sunday Market

Undercover, Oxford St Mall, Bondi Junction, 9:00am – 5:00pm. Quality arts, crafts & alternate therapies. Phone: 0500 500 209

 

Carlingford Rotary Bring & Buy Market North Rocks

At the Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children, North Rocks Rd, North Rocks. Every Sunday 6:45am – 1:00pm. Phone: 0408 352 702

 

Grand Bazaar Prestons

Open every Sunday & Wednesday, weather permitting, Camden Valley Way, Prestons. Sellers 7:00am – no booking required. Buyers 8:00am to 2:00pm – 3:00pm. Selling new & second hand goods, antiques & crafts. Toilet facilities & refreshments. Plenty of free off street parking on this 12 hectare site. For details phone: (02) 9607 5255 (b.h.) www.trashandtreasure.com.au

HURSTVILLE ORGANIC FOOD & FARMERS MARKET HURSTVILLE ORGANIC FOOD & FARMERS MARKET
Every Sunday 9am – 2pm, starting on 2nd September. All gourmet food producers, growers, farmers, fruit & veg purveyors, bakers and makers an other quality non food stallholders are welcome….if you’re not sure… just ask Elizabeth on email:
mail@organicfoodmarkets.com.au
http://www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au
Phone: (02) 9999 2226
KINGS CROSS ROTARY WEEKLY SUNDAY MARKETS Historic Fitzroy Gardens, Macleay St -Kings Cross
Quality stall holders welcome -trading 9-5pm
variety,seeking young designers,fashion,homewares
gifts,jewellery – enquiries kxrotary@hotmail.com
Tel: 8323 4689/ Community Centre-Monday-Friday
9357 2164 Market Manager-Ray mobile. 0424 301 090
Kingsford Rotary Markets

Every Sunday cnr Anzac Pde & Rainbow St, Kingsford. Permanents $30 payable monthly or weekly in advance but must start during the month and ending the last Sunday. $40 casual. Table hire $5, deposit $20. Phone: (02) 9326 4411

 

Natural Therapies & Psychic Fair

Every Sunday at Parkway Hotel. From 9:00am – 1:00pm. alongside The Organic Food & Farmers Market. A disability friendly market. Phone: (02) 9999 2227

 

Organic Food & Farmers Markets, Frenchs Forest

Every Sunday morning 9am – 1:00pm at Parkway Hotel, Frenchs Forest Rd East. Organic fresh fruit, vegies, bread, eggs, meat and other gourmet foods. Natural therapies, quality craft, & general stalls are welcome. More gourmet food vendors wanted. Park behind your stall. A disability friendly market. Phone: (02) 9999 2227 Web: www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au

Organic Food & Farmers Market Marrickville
Every Sunday, 9.00am-2.00pm at Addison Road Community Centre. All gourmet, fresh produce & quality goods, plants, flowers, art & craft, antiques & retro, general goods welcome.
Phone about the Special Deal for Feb/Mar – two markets for the price of one.
Phone: (02) 9999 2226 Web: www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au
Sydney Opera House Market

Every Sunday 9:00am – 5:00pm in Sydney Opera House Forecourt. A Showcase of high quality Australian Arts & Craft. Phone: (02) 9315 7011 Web: www.blueskymarkets.com.au

 

Sydney’s Paddy’s Markets Flemington

Every Sunday (9:00am – 4:30pm) & Fri (10:00am – 4:30pm) Markets building D, Sydney Markets, off Parramatta Road, Flemington. Sydney’s biggest & best traditional markets with food, fashion, gifts & gadgets in a true market atmosphere. Infoline 1300 361 589

 

Windsor Mall Craft Market

Every Sunday from 9:00am. Windsor Mall, George Street, Windsor. Take a stroll through historic Windsor & enjoy the friendly market atmosphere. Quality handmade homewares, arts, crafts, fashion and fresh produce. Local bands & buskers offer great entertainment. Wheelchair access. Stallholders with quality handmade goods required for a tourist market in a unique setting. Enquiries welcome. Stall Enq: 0418 869 685 General Enq: (02) 9627 1818

 

Sydney – Every Saturday & Sunday
 
Bondi Beach Community Night Market

Every Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays 12 midday – 12 midnight, weaher permitting. also every Tuesday & Friday 3pm – midnight. Heart of Bondi Beach at Roscoe St. Mall on Campbell Parade. Fashion, Arts & Crafts. Stallholders welcome. Info: (02) 8230 2697
Daily casuals list: 0402 492 098

Ettalong Market

By the Sea, largest most popular attraction on the central coast. 1hour from Sydney, est. 15 years. Over 150 stalls, undercover, every Sat & Sun. Stallholders welcome. 189 Ocean View Rd. Mobile: 0404 860 300

 

Manly Arts & Crafts Market

Every Saturday & Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm. Australian arts & crafts. Sydney Rd (Just off the Corso) Manly. Phone: (02) 9315 7011 Web: www.blueskymarkets.com.au

 

Morisset Mega Market

Morisset Mega Market is Australia’s first purpose-built market place with hundreds of stalls encompassed in 3 acres of undercover market space. Comfort in all weather greets customers with plenty of free parking, thousands of bargains and mega fun for the family. There’s plenty to see and do in the biggest undercover market outside Sydney. Open every weekend and Monday Public holidays 8.30am to 4.30pm. Located conveniently on the F3 freeway at the Morisset exit, it’s an easy 50 minutes drive from Sydney, 30 minutes from Gosford and 40 minutes from Newcastle. For all enquiries and stall bookings call (02)4970 5666
Email: info@megamarkets.com.au Website: www.megamarkets.com.au

 

Rozelle Market

Every Saturday & Sunday, Rozelle School, Darling Street. 9:00am – 4:00pm. Specialising in second hand goods. From garage sales to antiques & collectables. 100 stalls. Food, massage, tarot, entertainment. Stalls $40, table hire $6. Bookings: call Tues for Sat, Wed for Sun. 11:00am – 3:00pm only. Ph: (02) 9818 5373 Mob: 0414 262 068 Website: www.rozellemarkets.com.au

Sydney’s Paddy’s Markets Haymarket

Every Saturday, Sunday, Thursday, Friday, (9:00am – 5:00pm). Cnr Hay & Thomas Streets Sydney. infoline 1300 361 589 Sydney’s biggest & best traditional markets with food, fashion, gifts & gadgets in a true market atmosphere.

 

Sydney – 1st Saturday of the month
 

Burwood Market

BURWOOD MARKET
1st Saturday of the month 8am – 2pm. Cnr Railway Pde & condor Sts (opp Burwood Public School), Burwood Closed Jan & Feb & resumes March.Phone: (02) 9744 1866

Cobbity Village Markets

COBBITTY VILLAGE MARKETS
Open the first Saturday of the month (except Jan & Feb) 8am to 1pm Cobbitty Public School Grounds, Cobbitty Road, Cobbitty. We have 100 stalls offering a great variety of arts, craft, local produce and so much more. Enjoy our entertainers over a delicious BBQ breakfast or lunch, Devonshire tea, a wonderful variety of delicious gourmet delicacies and home made treats. Market supports local charities. Email lisathom@tpg.com.au
Phone 0438 512 728 www.cobbittymarkets.com.au

Erina Fair Art and Craft Market Erina Fair Art and Craft Market
In the heart of the Massive Erina Fair Shopping Center.
Call Jacqui 0416 525 244 Or email bazaarmarketing@optusnet.com.au
Kirribilli Market

4th Saturday of every month, 7:00am – 3:00pm. At Bradfield Park, Milsons Point Cnr Alfred & Burton St, (near Milsons Point Station). Over 150 stalls of gifts, crafts, bargains and food. Views of the harbour & entertainment. Proceeds fund Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre’s community development projects. Phone: (02) 9922 4428

 

Mosman Village Art & Craft Market

1st Saturday of the month (no Jan mkt) 8:00am – 3:00pm, Mosman Square, Spit Junction. A quality art & craft market located in the heart of one of Sydney’s finest shopping precincts. 150 Australian art & craft stalls, together with gourmet food, entertainment & a lively atmosphere. Phone: (02) 9978 4181

 

Surry Hills Market
1st Saturday of the month, 7am – 4pm. Cnr Crown & Little CollinsSt (Shannon Reserve), Surry Hills. Sydney’s most unique market – secondhand, recycled and handmade goods.
Mobile: 0424 735 081
Sydney – 2nd Saturday of the month
 
Camden Produce Market
2nd & 4th Saturday of each month, 7:00am – 12noon in Lower John St, Camden. Strictly produce only. Stallholder opportunities. Bookings essential. Mobile: 0403 617 333
Concord Hospital Volunteers Aux Warbrick Park Fair

2nd Saturday of the month. 8:00am – 2:30pm. Cnr Yaralla St. & Concord Rd, Concord West. Phone Ruth Ellis Tue – Fri: (02) 9767 6740 8am – 5pm

 

HAWKESBURY HARVEST FARMERS & GOURMET FOOD MARKETS HAWKESBURY HARVEST FARMERS & GOURMET FOOD MARKETS
2nd Saturday of the month, Castle Hill Showground, Showground Rd enter via Carrington Rd, Castle Hill, 8am – 12noon.
Phone: (02) 45 72 6260 www.blackcastleevents.com.au
NEW RIVERSIDE MARKET NEW RIVERSIDE MARKET
2nd Saturday of the month at Riverside Girl’s High School, cnr Victoria Rd & Huntley’s Point Rd, Huntley’s Point (next to Gladesville Bridge). 2007 dates: June 9, July 14, Aug 11, September 8, October 13, November 10, December 8. Brilliant location, heaps of free parking. WANTED – for this exciting new look/feel market – organic food, growers, plants, art & craft stalls, etc. Affordable rents.. Phone Michelle on
Phone: (02) 9583 1015 or mobile 0414 583 106
email: gizmead@tpg.com.au
North Sydney Market

2nd Saturday of the month. 8:00am – 4:00pm. (no Jan mkt) 170 stalls. Great children’s playground. Live entertainment & good food. Miller St, Nth Sydney (Ridge St, carpark if raining). Phone: (02) 9922 2286
www.northsydneycentre.com.au

Panania Village Market Located near Panania Railway Station, Tower St. 2nd Saturday of the month 9:00am – 1:30pm, homemade & handcrafted goods. Organised & supported by the Rotary Club of Padstow.
Phone: (02) 9771 6442
Sydney – 3rd Saturday of the month
Camden Craft Market
3rd Saturday of the month, 9:00am – 1:00pm, (no Jan market) Onslow Park, near the tennis courts. Over 150 stalls of art & craft. Entertainment & bush bands, children’s rides, baby animal nursery, free parking. Phone: (02) 4648 1260
Rotary Market At Crows Nest

3rd Saturday of month. 9:00am – 4:00pm. Community Centre, Willoughby Rd & Ernest Place. Phone: 0412 210 084 Fax: (02) 9982 7350 (A project of the Rotary Club of North Sydney)

 

Riverwood Car Boot Sale

3rd Saturday of every month at the corner of Belmore Rd & Washington Rd, Riverwood from 8:00am – 1:00pm. Rent is $15 for one car space and $25 for double. Phone: (02)9533 0100

 

Sydney – 4th Saturday of the month
 
Berry Reserve Market

This market has combined with Pittwater Market and held 4th Saturday, 9am – 4pm at Pittwater Rugby Park, Pittwater Rd, Nth Narrabeen. Stall sites $50. Enquiries phone (02) 9975 2559

Camden Produce Market
2nd & 4th Saturday of each month, 7:00am – 12noon in Lower John St, Camden. Strictly produce only. Stallholder opportunities. Bookings essential. Mobile: 0403 617 333
Kirribilli Market

KIRRIBILLI MARKET
4th Saturday of each month (Jan – Nov) and 1st & 3rd Saturdays (Dec). 7.00am – 3.00pm at Bradfield Park, cnr Alfred and Burton St, Milsons Point. Over 280 stalls of new and vintage fashion, emerging local designers, retro and cool kitsch homewares and collectibles, art and craft, fresh farm produce, plants and gourmet food goodies. Live entertainment, harbour views and good access to public transport. Proceeds fund Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre’s community development projects. Phone (02) 9922 4428 or www.kncsydney.org

Pittwater Market with Berry Reserve Market
Both markets have combined and trade on 4th Saturday of every month at Pittwater Rugby Park, Pittwater Rd, Nth Narrabeen. Stall sites $50. Enquiries phone (02) 9975 2559
Revesby Craft Fair

4th Saturday of the month (No January Fair) 10:00am – 3:00pm. Located in the heart of Revesby Shopping Centre, alongside the Railway Station, 80 stalls of Handmade, Homemade, Homegrown goods & produce. Live music & lots of friendly faces. Stall bookings: Phone Sandra: (02) 9605 7924. Mobile: 0408 633 181. Email: sandrarick@bigpond.com

 

Sydney – 1st Sunday of the month
 

Engadine Lions Club Market

1st Sunday of month except Jan. 8am to 1pm in Community Complex, Caldarra Ave, Engadine Stall Sites $20.00 Variety of stalls.BBQ food available. Phone: (02) 9520 8047

 

Heritage Craft FairW 12 J/M06
250 Stalls of Quality Australian Handcrafts with no mass produced, second hand or imported items. Huge range of products for the home/garden – gifts, clothing, bodycare or accessories styled from the contemporary to the classic. Gourmet pantry items. Kids craft activities, train/pony rides. Entertainment, food stalls for lunch/morning/afternoon tea. 1st Sunday each month (except Jan) Rain or shine 9am – 3pm St. Ives. Showground Mona Vale Road St Ives Enq: (02) 9451 7527 Mobile: 0417 275 172 Email: heritagecraftfair@telstra.com
Web: www.heritagecraftfair.com.au
Organic Food & Farmers Market Marrickville
Commencing Sunday, 7th August then every Sunday, 9.00am-2.00pm at Addison Road Community Centre. All gourmet, fresh produce & quality goods, plants, flowers, art & craft, antiques & retro, general goods welcome. Phone: (02) 9999 2226
Web: www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au
The Sydney Collectibles & Antiques Fair

1st Sunday of the month, 9:00am – 4:00pm. Wentworth Park Grey Hound Function Centre, Wentworth Park. Glebe. (Air – conditioned, ground floor, Cafe & Bar.) Phone: 0419 333 220

Sydney – 2nd Sunday of the month
 
Blackheath Growers Market Blackheath Growers Market
2nd Sunday of the Month. Blackheath Community Centre, Cnr Great Western Hwy & Gardiner Cres Blackheath, 9am – 1pm. Phone: (02) 4572 6260
www.blackcastleevents.com.au
Como Craft & Antique Market

2nd Sunday every month. Wander in the beautiful surrounds of Como Public School with 100 year old gum trees and relaxing water views. Browse amongst the diverse, unique hand made crafts and original collectables. Enjoy a selection of different types of food and let the children play on the Jumping Castle or School Playground while you enjoy a coffee or cold drink. A great day out for all the family! Como Public School, Genoa St, Como. 2nd Sunday of every month. (No Jan mkt). Stall enquiries: (02) 9528 8385

 

Gordon Rotary Markets Gordon Rotary Markets
Gordon Rotary Markets, 2nd Sunday of the month: under cover, under lights! 8.30am – 3pm, open air, covered car park, Gordon Railway Station. 80 regular stalls and a variety of casual stalls each month. Themes: November – international cuisine; December – Christmas.
For more info, and bookings, please phone our message service (02) 9418 2373
Kirribilli Art & Design Markets
Kirribilli Art & Design Markets
Come along to Kirribilli Art & Design Markets on the 2nd Sunday of each month 9am – 3pm. Held in the Burton Street Tunnel, cnr Alfred & Burton Streets Kirribilli, next to Milsons Point Station, this makers’ market has a vibrant atmosphere. Artists, Craft Practitioners and Designers are all welcome to submit their work. Original Paintings, Glass, Ceramics, Fashion & Accessories, Homewares, Millinery and Fresh Flowers along with food from around the world and great live music are all on sale. Inquiries Bronwyn Clarke (02) 9922 4428 or 0400 927 570 on Mon, Tues and Market Days. Email: artdesign@kncsydney.org Website: www.kncsydney.org
Vicary’s Winery Vineyard Fair

2nd Sunday of every month 10am – 4pm. Northern Road, Luddenham, between Camden & Penrith. Craft & “Australian Made” stalls around the Winery – with wine, cheese and gourmet food tastings. Also an “anything goes” section on spacious picnic grounds where anyone can offer anything (provided it is legal and a bargain!) Traders are encouraged to bring their kids as there are always ponies and other entertainment for them. Stall cost $20 for as much space as you need. Phone: (02) 4773 4161

Waterfront Craft Market

WATERFRONT CRAFT MARKET
Down by the banks of the Georges River at Como Marina, Cremona Rd, Como, you can hire a boat, drink coffee at the coffee shop, dine at the Thai restaurant as well as stroll through the market and sample the gourmet delights, browse among the locally made crafts, or simply relax an enjoy the delights of the Waterfront Craft Market, the first monthly craft market in the Shire. This market is run by volunteers and the proceeds go to the Loftus Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade. Held on the 2nd Sunday each month, (except Jan & Feb) from 9.am – 3 pm. Phone mobile: 0424 640 209

Sydney – 3rd Sunday of the month
 
Bushland Shire Craft Fair Bushland Shire Craft Fair
3rd Sunday of the month, 10.00am – 4.00pm, in Hornsby RSL auditorium.
All enquiries please phone Mandy 0419 974 961 email: gromets1@bigpond.com
Narrabeen Village Market Narrabeen Village Market, at Berry Reserve, 3rd Sunday of every month, Berry Reserve, Narrabeen. An art & crafts market. Market Dates 2007: June 17, July 15, August 19, Sept 16. Phone: (02) 9315 7011 and Fax: (02) 9315 7373
Email: office@blueskymarkets.com.au
For stall applications go to:
Web: www.blueskymarkets.com.au
Thirlmere Rail Craft Market
Formerly the Buxton Rail Craft Market. 3rd Sunday every month 9:00am – 3:00pm at Barbour Road, Thirlmere (Feb. to Dec.) A leisurely steam train ride from Picton to Thirlmere (home of the steam trains) or 50 minutes from Liverpool. Over 60 delightful craft stalls. A Popular destination for tourist coaches. Interested stallholders contact George or Julianna on: (02) 4683 1639 Mobile: 0404 002 668 or 0404 002 667
Email: julianagluma@smartchat.net.au Web: www.stallholders.com.au/shcm.htm
Williamstown Craft Market
3rd Sunday of the month. Commonwealth Reserve, Nelson Place. (Mel ref map 56 D9) 10:00am – 4:00pm. Next mkts 2007: Aug 21, Sept 18, Oct 21, Nov 18, Dec 16. Outside craft stalls.
Phone: 0402 811 756 Web: www.williamstowncraftmarket.com.au
Sydney – 4th Sunday of the month
 
Boulevard Market
Olympic Boulevard (next to the Novotel Hotel) 4th Sunday of each month – upcoming markets on Sunday 26th February and 26th March. Celebrity cooking demonstrations, Live Music and Kids Kitchen Capers. Market Stalls selling gourmet products, essential cooking ingredients and fresh produce, home wares, gifts, arts & crafts. Enquiries – 0411 245 864
Email: markets@integralevent.com.au
Sydney – Other Monthly Markets
 
Avalon Markets
Avalon Markets
Last Sunday of every 2nd month. Market dates 2007 – Oct 28, Dec 9. Held at Avalon School O.O.S.H. Old Barrenjoey Rd. 10:00am – 4:00pm. Stalls Include fashion, art, craft, food, Kids toys & clothes, homewares, furniture, 2006 market dates to be announced. Enquiries please Phone Jo on: 0415 901 361Email: avalonmarkets@makemydayevents.com.au
Cambridge Park Primary School Trash & Treasure Craft Market LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH.Trade 9am to 2pm set up at 7:15 am.At Cambridge Park Primary School Oxford Street Cambridge Park.
Stall Holders welcome $20.00 a stall and $5.00 table hire.All stall holder fees go to the primary school for equipment,books ect. Various Charities run a BBQ at each market.
To book a stall or for my Info please call 0411 115 144 thanks
cambomarket@hotmail.com
Caringbah Rotary Markets

Largest market in the Sutherland Shire – 260 casual & permanent sites. 7:00am to 1:00pm, last Sunday each month (except December when 2nd Sunday). Held irrespective of the weather at Council Car Park, Kingsway & President Ave, Caringbah.
Inquiries & site bookings, call (02) 9524 4850

 

Epping Twilight Markets Second Friday of each month from 5pm to 9pm.
Held in grounds of Our Lady Help of Christians School, Epping:
Enter via 29 Oxford Street Epping or 8 Cambridge Street Epping.
Your source of local, quality farmers produce, gourmet foods and gifts.
Friendly, family atmosphere with easy transport access.
New stallholders welcome. Phone: 0438 232 674
www.eppingmarkets.com.au
Richmond Park Lions Market

RICHMOND PARK LIONS MARKET
Saturday bi-monthly. Market dates 2007; 12th May, 11th August, 13th Oct, 8th December. Approx. 170 stalls. Bookings and enquiries mobile: 0410 300 567

Southern Highlands & Southern Tablelands
 
Bowral Market

3rd Sunday of each month (except Jan), 9am-3pm. Rudolf Steiner SchooL, Cnr Kirkham & Centennial Rds. Approx100 sites, rent $30 permanent, $40 casual. Unique handcrafted treasures, gourmet foods, fresh produce and locally produced art & crafts.
Phone: (02) 8250 2563.

Bundanoon Village Market
Bundanoon Village Market
1st Sunday & 3rd Sunday of each month (no Jan mkts) 8.30 am to 2.30 pm, in Memorial Hall. Currently offering permanent positions to new stallholders who can offer our market with quality products, casual stallholders also welcome. Also seeking local artists to showcase their work at our special theme markets to be held throughout the year.
Please call market co-ordinators, Dawn 0418 966 746 or
Gus (02) 4869 3016 or Fax (02) 4869 5624.
email g72fgusi@bigpond.com
Captains Flat Country Market
First Saturday of the month. 10:00am – 2:00pm. Old fashioned country market undercover in the Hall. Antiques, bric-a-brac, trash & treasure, local produce, etc. Stallholders required.
Phone: (02) 6236 6094 Web: www.captainsflat.org
Mittagong Market

Mittagong Market
Every 3rd & 5th Saturday of the month, 9am-3pm in the grounds of the Uniting Church, cnr. Alice & Albert Sts, Mittagong. (Market can be seen from Main St.). Craft, produce, home baked goodies, collectables, Bric-a-Brac etc. Power available. Interested stallholders please contact Robert or Clare on (02) 4684 1261, mob: 0408 416 175
email: clarebassett@telstra.com

 

Robertson Market

2nd Sunday of each month. 9:00am – 3:00pm, School of Arts Hall, Illawarra Hwy. Stall fees are $7.50 & $15 – outside, $20 inside. Home produce and craft stalls welcome. Phone: (02) 4885 1216

 

Southern Highlands Country Fair

4th Sunday of the month, 9:00am – 3:00pm (Sept – May) & 9:00am – 2:00pm (June – Aug). (No Jan mkt) Moss Vale Showground, Illawarra Hwy, Moss Vale. Over 100 stalls, quality country crafts, old country wares, decorative homewares, woodwork, health products, clothing, floral art, folk art, fresh produce, jams/ honey/ preserves, BBQ, international cuisine, kids’ rides. For more information: (02) 4683 1639 Mobile: 0404 002 668
Email: shcmarkets@yahoo.com.au Web: www.stallholders.com.au/shcm

 

Windellama Hall Windellama Hall Country Market
3rd Sunday each month, 10am – 2pm, Cnr Windellama & Oallen Ford Roads, (40km East of Goulburn). Stall sites $10, inside or outside.
Phone: (02) 4844 5038
Email: markets@windellama.com.au
www.windellama.com.au
Thirlmere Rail Craft Market

3rd Sunday of the month, 9:00am – 3:00pm. (No Jan mkt) Barbour Rd (near Railway Museum. 50 stalls, variety of handcrafts, dolls/bears, pottery, woodwork, wrought ironwork, floral art, folk art, plants, jams/honey/preserves, BBQ & other foods, live entertainment. Note: Thirlmere Flyer steam train from Sydney Central to Thirlmere (bookings: (02) 9379 1110).
For more information: (02) 4683 1639 Mobile: 0404 002 668 Email: shcmarkets@yahoo.com.au Web: www.stallholders.com.au/shcm

 

Blue Mountains
 
Blackheath Growers Market Blackheath Growers Market – 2nd Sunday of the Month.
Blackheath Community Centre, Cnr Great Western Hwy & Gardiner Cres Blackheath, 9am – 1pm. Phone: (02) 4572 6260
www.blackcastleevents.com.au

Blue Gum Rotary Market

th Saturday of month, Springwood Public School, cnr. Macquarie & Burns Rds,
9am-2pm. Over 80 stalls, fresh cooked food from Rotary BBQ, great coffee from Rotaract.
Focus – craft, homewares, plants, fruit & veggies, honey, jams, preserves, clothing, jewellery & more. Phone Lynda: 0408 670 747

 

Glenbrook Rotary Market
Glenbrook Rotary Market
3rd Saturday of the month. From 9am to 2pm at the Infants School, Ross St Glenbrook, right at the village. Quality crafts, new clothing, organic vegies, honey & flowers, with hot food & cold drinks on site from the Rotary BBQ. Phone Ken on: 0419 725 302
Springwood Community Ivy Market

SPRINGWOOD COMMUNITY IVY MARKET
2nd Saturday every month, (Feb – Dec incl). 9am – 1pm at Civic Centre, Macquarie Rd, Springwood. Market dates 2007 – Aug 11, Sept 8, Oct 13, Nov 10, Dec 8. Indoor Market. Strictly with a make, bake or grow policy. Over 90 stalls of quality craft, food & plants. Registered Charity Number CFN 13640.
Bookings & enquiries. Mobile: 0412 969 066

Wollongong & South Coast
 
Bateman’s Bay Coastal Patrol Markets BATEMAN’S BAY Coastal Patrol Markets
1st Sunday of each month, 9am-1pm, Corrigan’s Park, Batehaven, Batemans Bay.
Over 50 stalls, something for everyone. Buskers, entertainers welcome.
Phone. (02) 4472 4864
Berry Country Fair

1st Sunday each month (except February when it’s the 2nd Sunday) in the Berry Showground, 8:00am – 2:30pm. Phone: (02) 4464 1476

 

Bomaderry Rotary Poolside Markets
Bomaderry Rotary Poolside MarKeTs
4th Saturday of each month, 8:00am – 1:00pm, adjacent to Bomaderry Pool Cambewarra Road, Bomaderry. Wide variety of stalls including crafts, plants, collectables, sweets, fresh produce & more. Stall holders wanted,public liability insurance not essential. To book your site phone Ken on: (02) 4421 5215
BULLI MARKETS BULLI MARKETS
2nd Sunday of the month 9am – 3pm at the Bulli Harness Race Club, Princes Hwy, Bulli. Phone: (02) 4285 0333 or mobile: 0415 900 913
Bulli’s unique new market located at the bottom of the beautiful Wollongong escarpment. Everything you need and more. Art, craft, free range poultry, international foods, sourdough breads & cakes, grab a massage, some soaps and lavendar, enjoy the love entertainment while your children have fun on the jumping castle. Phone: (02) 4285 0333 or mobile: 0415 900 913
Coledale School Market

Coledale School market
4th Sunday of the month, (except Dec) 9:00am – 4:00pm, in the grounds of Coledale School. A beautiful ocean location. Good quality handmade, handgrown & collectables. Buskers welcome.
Bookings essential. Phone: (02) 4268 0709 or mobile: 0425 277 118 or 0422 781 920
Email: admin@wollongongmarkets.com

Dalmeny Saturday Market by the Greens Dalmeny Saturday Market by the Greens
Every 3rd Saturday, 8am to 1pm. All stallholders welcome. Enquiries: Gary (02) 4476 2696
or David (02) 4476 3074
Dapto Markets

Every Sunday 7:00am – 1:00pm at Dapto Showgrounds. New & used goods. Craft, produce etc. Enquiries: 0407 919 469 or: 0412 788 111 Web: www.stallholders.com.au/daptomarket.htm

 

Huskisson Market

HUSKISSON MARKET
2nd Sunday of the month 8:00am – 2:00pm in Sports field adjacent to Bowling Club. Bookings essential. Phone: (02) 4441 8668 (bh)

Jamberoo Country Art & Craft Market

Last Sunday of the month. In the park opp. Jamberoo Pub. Supporting local Apex Club. Phone: mobile 0405 269 261

 

Kiama Craft Market

3rd Sunday of the month. This is a country craft market showing a wide range of interesting & delightful craft items. It is located at beautiful Black Beach in the middle of Kiama. For stall bookings phone: (02) 4237 6111

 

Kiama Produce Market

4th Saturday each month, located in beautiful Kiama by the Harbour. Stall specialising in fresh fish, meats fruits, nuts, vegetables, cheeses & wines are welcome at the new Kiama Produce Market. Phone: 0438 387 387

Milton Village Market

1st Saturday of each month, 8:30am – 2:00pm. New stallholders welcome, selling country produce, quality craft, art, 2nd hand goods, buskers welcome. Phone: (02) 4455 2348

 

Shoalhaven Greyhound Club Markets

4th Sunday of the month, at Nowra Greyhound Track, Albatross Rd. Nowra’s newest general market. Up to 70 sites. Some undercover and plenty of shade. Quality & variety stalls. Bookings essential. Set up from 6:00am – 8:00am. Pack up by 2:00pm. Phone: (02) 4421 2332 Mobile: 0417 220 742

 

Towradgi Beach Hotel Art & Crafts Market 4th Sunday of the month, 10am – 3pm in Towradgi Beach Hotel carpark, 170 Pioneer Rd, Towradgi. From July onwards this market will be held on the 4th Sunday of the month.
(3kms nth of Wollongong CBD) An exciting and new market offering a fine blend of art, crafts,
great food and entertainment for the whole family. Buskers welcome. For enquiries & site bookings
email: markets@towradgibeachhotel.com.au or call Tania mob: 0421 692 773.
Ulladulla Coastal Patrol Market

Every 2nd Sunday of the month. 60 to 85 stalls. Signal Station pier. Phone: (02) 4455 3403

Wollongong Produce & Creative Traders Market

Every Friday 10:00am – 3:00pm in the lower end of Crown St Mall, Wollongong. Freshly made & grown produce. World food to eat. Beautiful & unusual art, crafts & music. Stallholders invited. Enquiries please call mobile: 0425 277 118 or 0422 781 920

 

Newcastle, Central Coast & Hunter Valley
 
Aberdeen Markets

3rd Sunday of every month (no mkt Jan) 9:00am – 2:00pm at a new location in the grounds of St. Joseph’s High School. A friendly relaxing atmosphere with BBQ, local attractions, Devonshire teas, great bargains and lots of fun. Stalls $20. All stalls are welcome with large undercover sites available. Rain hail or shine. Phone: (02) 6543 1595

 

Abermain Girl Guides Market Day

3rd Saturday of the month in Centenary Park Bathurst St, Abermain. (not before 6:00am) $12 per site, large sites available. Still having fun after 5yrs. Featuring home produce, crafts, junk stalls etc. Great open air atmosphere. Phone: (02) 4930 4625 or (02) 4930 4857

 

Anna Bay Church Markets

1st Saturday of the month. 70 plus outside stalls at the Luthern Church grounds. We welcome all stallholders. (No hot food stalls.) Phone: (02) 4982 1469 or (02) 4982 1127
Booking now essential.

 

Erina Fair Art and Craft Market Erina Fair Art and Craft Market
In the heart of the Massive Erina Fair Shopping Center.
Call Jacqui 0416 525 244 Or email bazaarmarketing@optusnet.com.au
Ettalong Market

Open every weekend: Saturday & Sunday, also Monday of public holidays. 9am – 4pm. Largest undercover markets on Central Coast directly opp. beach at 189 Ocean View Rd. Permanent & casual stalls available at reasonable rates. Currently seeking traders with new & innovative products. Mobile: 0404 860 300

 

Kurri Kurri Farmers Markets If you make it, bake it, grow it or sow it, you can bring it along and sell it. Kurri Kurri Farmers Markets are held at Rotary Park, Kurri Kurri on the 2nd Saturday of the month 8am – 1pm. Farm fresh produce ready for purchase, along with jams, preserves, oils and vinegars. Information phone (02) 4937 2640. Email: kde17739@bigpond.net.au
Maitland Fair
MAITLAND FAIR
The biggest in the region, 1st Sunday of every month, except Jan. 2007 – 4th Feb, 4th March, 1st April, 6th May, (1st & 3rd Sundays in Oct, Nov & Dec). From 8am – 2pm, at Maitland Showground. Over 600 variety stalls selling a bit of everything. Take the opportunity to buy some wonderful homemade, homegrown, homebaked goods. Tourist coaches invited. Coun­try style dining rooms, children’s rides. Phone: (02) 4962 5522 Mon – Fri 9:00am – 12 noon, week before market only. www.maitlandmarkets.com.au
Morisset Mega Market
Morisset Mega Market is Australia’s first purpose-built market place with hundreds of stalls encompassed in 3 acres of undercover market space. Comfort in all weather greets customers with plenty of free parking, thousands of bargains and mega fun for the family. There’s plenty to see and do in the biggest undercover market outside Sydney. Open every weekend and Monday Public holidays 8.30am to 4.30pm. Located conveniently on the F3 freeway at the Morisset exit, it’s an easy 50 minutes drive from Sydney, 30 minutes from Gosford and 40 minutes from Newcastle. For all enquiries and stall bookings call (02)4970 5666
Email: info@megamarkets.com.au Website: www.megamarkets.com.au
Mount Penang
Parklands
Produce Market

MOUNT PENANG
PARKLANDS
PRODUCE & CRAFT MARKET
Mt Penang Parklands Produce Market – FREE wine tasting
Pacific Highway Kariong – enter Kariong Fire Station Traffic Lights 2nd Sunday of the month. 8.30am to 2.00pm rain or shine.
Contact 02 4389 4333 john@organicsoz.com

Murrurundi Monthly Markets Murrurundi Monthly Markets
Last Sunday of every month, 8am-2pm at Remembrance Park (near the Visitor Information Centre). Highway frontage, shade, park, museum & Visitor Information Centre. For bookings phone Tess at Dynamic Wholefoods (02) 6546 6007.
Niagara Park Market
2nd Saturday of the month 9:00am – 2:00pm undercover. Original handcrafts, home produce, plants, veges, f/range eggs. Fun atmosphere, town crier, prizes, Aussie BBQ, Sara Lee factory outlet. Niagara Park Shopping Centre. Washington Av, alongside railway. For bookings phone: (02) 4325 8177
Swansea Market

4th Saturday of the month (except Special Christmas mkt 3rd Sat. in Dec) 6:30am – 1:00pm, Quinn Park, off Belmont St, Swansea. Approximately 100 sites, rent from $12. All correspondance to: Eastlakes Historical Society. PO Box 284, Swansea NSW 2281 Enquires between 3:00pm – 5:00pm Thursday & Friday. Phone: (02) 4972 1705. Mobile: 0415 426 338.

 

Terrigal Gourmet Food & Art Market

Terrigal Gourmet Food & Art Market
2nd Saturday of every month at Terrigal Primary School, Havenview Rd. from 9:00am – 3:00pm. Handmade baby wear, plants, jewellery, original art work, photography, unique gifts, pottery, body products, bags, vintage clothing, cards and so much more. Looking for Fresh produce & gourmet food stalls.
Enquiries: (02) 4384 5574
Email: terrigalmarkets@iinet.net.au

The Entrance Lions Club Market

Every Sunday, Dening St. 7.30am – 12:30pm. No new goods. Packaged goods & produce by arrangement. Stalls $10. All proceeds to charities. Phone: (02) 4332 1703

 

The Express Advocate, Gosford City Noodle Market
Every Sunday from 11:00am on The Gosford Foreshore. Free live entertainment, icy cold beer, Hunter Valley wines, childrens rides, free face painting, free ballons. Just bring a picnic blanket – weather permitting. Quickly becoming the most popular family event on the Coast. A winter party just for fun! Enquiries: 0412 335 660 WANTED!! WANTED!! Quality food & produce stalls for North Sydney & Gosford Locations. Enquiries: (02) 9451 1730 Mobile: 0412 335 660 Web: www.tlpcorp.com A great opportunity to become part of “The Famous Noodle Market” Proudly Sponsored by 107.7 (2GOFM)
Tomaree Sports Complex Markets

2nd & 4th Sunday of each month, 9:00am – 2:00pm, Nelson Bay Rd, Nelson Bay. Variety of stalls, no 2nd hand goods. Phone: Elinor: (02) 4981 3565 or Mobile 0427-900-056

 

Warnies Community Markets
Warnies Community Markets
3rd Saturday of every month, 8:00am – 4:00pm, next to Warnervale Railway Station, Warnervale Rd, Warnervale. Next markets 2007: June 16, July 21, Aug 18, Sept 15, Oct 20, Nov 17, Dec 15. A variety market which is family orientated with entertainment. Biggest little market on the Coast. Stallholders welcome. Contact Wayne: 0405 487 779
Web: www.warnies.com.au
Wyee Markets

2nd Saturday each month, Wyee Community grounds, from 8:00am. Plants, produce, arts & crafts & pre-loved goods. Stallholders welcome. Phone (02) 4357 1852 for information.

 

North Coast
 
Alstonville Community Market 2nd Sunday of the month. 8:30am – 1:30pm. All weather conditions undercover. Alstonville Showground. Phone: (02) 6628 1568
Channon Craft Market

2nd Sunday of the month. Coronation Park, The Channon, (23Km from Lismore, in northern hinter lands) arts, crafts, bric-a-brac, plants, food, fruit & vegies. Phone: (02) 6688 6433 Mkt day. Phone: (02) 6688 6122

 

Coffs Harbour Jetty Market

Biggest weekly market on the north coast. Every Sunday, mostly undercover, 8:00am – 2:00pm. From $24 per table. All welcome. Phone Brian on mob: 0413 074 196 or Georgie 0404 181 531

Forster / Tuncurry Senior Day Care Market

Senior day care MARKET 4th Saturday of the month, John Wright Park, Tuncurry. Phone: (02) 6554 6416 or (02) 6555 8993

 

Grafton Showground Markets Grafton Showground Markets
Commencing Saturday 18th August, 2007, then 3rd Saturday of each month, set up 6am public 8am-1pm. Stalls from $25. Strictly no dogs.
Phone: Paul on mobile: 0422 010 989 or Val (02) 6643 5556
Kempsey Showground Markets Kempsey Showground Markets
Every Thursday in Kempsey Mall 8am-1pm & 1st Saturday of the month at Showground in Sea St, 7am-1pm. Phone: (02) 6562 1273
Kingscliff Beachside Farmers & Friends Markets

KINGSCLIFF BEACHSIDE Farmers & Friends MARKETs
2nd & 4th Saturdays monthly. Market dates 2007 – August 11 & 25, Sept 8 & 22, Oct 13 & 27, Nov 10 & 24, Dec 8 & 22. Loads of fresh produce, gourmet foods, home cooking, resort fashions, quality Art & Crafts, plants & so much more. Opposite Police Station, Marine Parade. A project of the Lions Club of Kingscliff. Enquiries: Dawn Phone: (02) 6674 0827

Laurieton River Walk Market Laurieton River Walk Market
3rd Sunday of every month starting at 8:00am in the Bruce Porter Reserve, Tunis & Short Sts. All enquiries: 0428 695 084
Murwillumbah Cottage Market Knox Park
Murwillumbah Cottage Market
Knox Park, 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month. 8:00am to 1:00pm. Arts and craft, home made and home grown produce, plants, fresh flowers, children’s entertainment & sporting activities. Additional section now open “LAKESIDE?BAZAAR” 2nd hand sites.
Bookings & enquiries call Terri: 0417 759 777
Email: terri@marketsdownunder.com
Nambucca Heads Lions Club Charity Market

2nd Sunday of the month, 6:00am – 1:00pm, Nambucca Plaza, Pacific Highway, Nambucca Heads. Approx 70 stalls, rent $10. Phone: (02) 6568 7370

 

Pacific Palms Community Market

PACIFIC PALMS COMMUNITY MARKET
Last Sunday of the month 9am-1pm all year round except June always Queen’s B’day w/end with Art Festival. Funky community markets in beautiful setting under the palms. Mostly make it, bake it, grow it or know it. Fabulous food from around the globe including some organic vegetarian, sourdough bread, espresso coffee, Sustainable building display, eco & fair trade products, collectables, jewelry, arts & craft, jumping castle & Pony rides, clothes, plants, fruit & veg. Wanted: organic fruit & veg supplier, musicians & entertainers.
2007 dates: Aug 26, Sept 30, Oct 28. Food Festival – traders wanted Nov 25, Dec 30. At: Community Centre, The Lakes Way next to Recreation Club. Phone: 0401 968 516 email: palmsmarket@westnet.com.au

Port Macquarie Arts Society Market

Every Sunday 8:00am – 1:00pm. Rent: casuals $10, perm $7. Phone: 0409 244 317 ….M & F magazine is Distributed bimonthly at this market by. Stall holder Warren Bates, who is also a supplier of fragrant incense, oils and candles.

 

Riverbank Art & Craft Wangaratta

4th Sunday each month, 9am – 2pm. (No Jan mkt.) Batcheolors Green, Tone Rd opp. K-Mart. A true art & craft market, plants & local produce, excellent food, entertainment for children (including Father Christmas in Dec.) Support many local community groups. Enq: Carole: (03) 5762 3512 Mobile: 0403 793 737

 

Tweed Heads PCYC Market Tweed Heads PCYC Market
Every Sunday indoors + large outdoor markets on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month (with over 100 stallholders), 7 am – noon, Corner Florence St and Recreation Sts. Trash n treasure, clothing, fruit & veg, plants, books, crafts, home wares and more. Canteen facilities.
Phone: (07) 5599 1714 or (07) 5536 9769
Woolgoolga Beach Market

2nd Saturday of the month at Woolgoogla (Woopi) Main Beach, (25k nth Coffs Harbour). In vicinity of 100 outdoor sites. Sites only $16.50 Wide variety of products including handicrafts & home grown vegies. Power available, raffles, entertainment, BBQ. Proceeds to Sea Rescue. To book a site phone: (02) 6654 0447

 

Mid-Western NSW
 
BLANEY COMMUNITY MARKETS BLANEY COMMUNITY MARKETS
Make it, Bake it or Grow it. Quarterly Farmers and Craft Market. 4th August 2007, 8.30am – 1pm. Stall sites inside and outside. Blayney community Centre, Church St, Blayney. Enquiries: Market co-ordinator (02) 6368 2104
Bowenfells Station Market BOWENFELLS STATION MARKET
Lithgow, NSW is now being heldon the 3rd Saturday of the month from 9am-3pm. Phone: (02) 6352 2231
Coonabarabran Craft & Local Produce Market

4th Sunday of the month, 10:00am – 2:00pm. Children’s entertainment, plenty of parking. Beautiful surroundings. New stallholders welcome. Riverside, Neilson Park. Phone: (02) 6842 5094 Mobile: 0419 493 897 Fax: (02) 6842 5095 Web: www.coonabarabran.com/market

 

Condobolin Community Markets Condobolin Community Markets
Make it, Bake it, Grow it/ Collectables, Bric-a-brac. New stallholders welcome. 2nd Sunday of the month, 9am – 2pm, set-up from 7.30am. Stalls from $10. In grounds of Condobolin Community Centre, cnr. Denison & Bathurst Sts. Limited inside stalls, tables $5 each.
Enquiries & bookings phone Joe (02) 6896 5353 or (02) 6895 3301
Dubbo Showground Market

DUBBO SHOwGROUNd MarkeT
2nd Sunday of the month, (Except Sept & Dec) 9:00am – 1:00pm. 2007 dates: June 10, July 8, Aug 12, Sept 2nd (note change of day), Oct 14, Nov 11, Dec 2 & 16. Fitzroy St, Dubbo. Stalls from $25, power $2 extra per stall, trestles available $5.50. All stallholders set up by 8:30am. Plants, produce, arts & craft. Phone: (02) 6882 4364

Mudgee Lions Club Lawson Park Market Mudgee Lions Club Lawson Park Market
2nd Saturday of the month, 8am – 1pm. Lawson Park
Mobile: 0400 723 408
Family Market Bathurst Showground

FAMILY MARKET
BATHURST
Showground
Stallholders welcome. Monthly on Sundays. Dates: 2007: June 10, July 8, August 12, Sept 9. Phone Kazim Altan on: (02) 9682 1670
Mobile 0418 412 371or (02) 6351 2020 Mobile: 0418 637 682 or (02) 6331 1349

 

North West
 
Gunnedah Country Markets
3rd Saturday of each month. Home-made, hand-made, home-grown, arty, crafty or second hand. Site $15. Come & join us. For information & bookings phone Sarah: (02) 6742 2565
Mobile: 0439 467 646 Email: sarah.ferguson@ozemail.com.au
Inverell Sapphire City Market
3rd Sunday of the month, Campbell Park (2nd Sun in Dec). Public Liability Insurance available on the day. Phone: (02) 6721 0593
NORTH WEST REGIONAL FARM & LIFESTYLE MARKET NORTH WEST REGIONAL FARM & LIFESTYLE MARKET
Your monthly community market opportunity. 2nd Saturday of every month 9am – 3pm assisting the Salvation Army. Location: Salvation Army Hall, Sydney Rd, Tamworth.
Phone: (02) 6768 9239 Mobile: 0409 795 492
E: jimguider@westnet.com.au
South West
 
Tocumwal Market Saturay 8am – 1pm, along the foreshore of the Murray River. Next Makerts for 2007 are March 10th, April 8th, May 12th & June 9th – Phone: 0428 627 538
Yanco Village Market

Last Sunday each month, (Except Dec which is 2nd Sun only) 9:00am – 1:00pm, held in Yanco Memorial Hall. Traditional village fair atmosphere, homemade jams, arts & crafts, bric-a-brac. Phone: (02) 6955 7416

 

WEBSITESBlue Sky Markets

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Coonabaraban Market

Cronulla Markets

Dapto Markets

Farmers & Gourmet Food

Kirribilly Market

Markets & Fairs Mag

Menangle Markets

North Sydney Market

Pole Depot Markets

Warnies Market

MARKET WEBSITES www.blueskymarkets.com.au

www.bondibeachmarket.com

www.coonabarabran.com/market

www.cronullamarkets.com.au

www.stallholders.com.au/daptomarket.htm

www.blackcastleevents.com.au

www.kncsydney.org

www.marketsandfairs.com.au

www.menanglemarkets.com.au

www.northsydneycentre.com.au

www.poledepot.org

www.warnies.com.au

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Sticky Bar

Italian Wine

I visited Sticky Bar at the weekend. It’s located above Table for 20 (see links). Beautifully done. Go with a group of close friends and enjoy!!

Sydney – fogged out

Fog in Sydney

What an amazing picture, courtesy of www.thetransitcafe.com