The Rocks Markets, Sydney

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  • The Rocks are great as it is, but the markets offer an added value. Lovely to stroll around, see, buy, surprise someone with a present.  more »
  • If you are in Sydney, make sure you include a weekend, as that's when the Markets are open in The Rocks area of Sydney. What a great selection on stalls; jewellry, woodwork, local crafts, food, drinks...  more »
  • Time was not what are you going to do to kill you might go to this market in particular attracted. It might be good to kill time while enjoying the atmosphere is crowded with vistas of the rocks and the market. The booths offering food and drink rarely, there are booths of crafts and accessories and art (painting and photography). Booth was perhaps why sells the hat was ready crowd. Things aren't lined up in the booth are cheap, rather high then nothing here I don't buy these. I feel that the place to go for you to taste the atmosphere by going to do.
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  • The Rocks Market is a chilled way to spend a couple of hours when in Sydney. Set in the heart of the cool end of the city, parts of it are literally in the shadows of the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and you are a stones throw from Circular Quay... The market has a great blend of private stalls holders who patiently pedal their wares. We bought some great leather bags that were too hard to pass by, some fresh cherries, some coffee and cake. Listened to some music and hung out in the shade doing some people watching, finishing with a light lunch.... Perfect. Highly recommend
  • This was one of our favorite stops that we made in Sydney! We were there on a cruise ship day and so it was super busy which added to the fun! We found some nice Australian souvenirs, ate some great food, and enjoyed all the stalls. Afterward we took a walk along the Sydney Harbor Bridge, which was just a block or so away. We found some paid street parking nearby which was fairly reasonable.
  • Artisan market from 10am till at least 6pm, with some stalls staying longer. Really good place to support local producers and artists, offering a wide variety of beautiful goods, great for gifts! Great food, drink, handmade artist clothes, jewellery and all manner of exciting decor and artwork - you could browse for hours - really enjoyed this!
  • Came from Melbourne for a weeks holiday, gorgeous city. Amazing market place. 'Almost' a hidden gem. So much to see & do here. Brilliant markets stalls with some unusual items for sale. Lot of work setting this up each weekend, well done.
  • It is a street market in Sydney, near Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia. It has many hand made products on sale by local people of Australia. It has good number of restaurant in the vicinity. One can spend half day in exploring the local hand crafted products and purchasing what you like. Then cooling of in the residents for meals, liquor or coffee.

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