The dizzying markets of Sydney

November 21, 2009 at 1:02 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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Come weekends, the Sydney markets are alive and bustling with shoppers hunting for souvenirs, antiques, crafts and jewellery as well as clothes, books, footwear and whatnot!

The markets of the Rocks, Surry Hills, Rozelle, Bondi, Paddington, Glebe and Balmain are vibrant with its vast array of wares that include the special and the funky, the quirky and the odd, the casual and the ceremonial, the conventional and the bizarre…You name it, Sydney has it!

Recycled and handmade goods are the specialty of Surry Hills and Rozelle Markets. There are priceless varieties of these goods to choose from. Some of these stalls offer second-hand but exclusive stuff at steal-away prices!

Shoppers are constantly baffled by the dilemma of choosing between designs of the morrow and the reigning labels of today!

The delightful ethnic collections at the night markets of Chinatown have been a constant source of attraction for visitors.

In fact these markets are a fair reflection of the attitude, lifestyle, culture, and aesthetics of the people of Sydney!

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  1. Oh I love markets in Sydney!

    I also recommend the Kirribilli markets but don’t forget to check your calendar first because the general Kirribilli marrkets (where you can pick up lots of secondhand and handmade goods) are only on the last Sunday of each month!

  2. Reading this makes me want to go to Sydney. Particularly when it is winter time everywhere else.


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