You haven’t fully experienced any city until you’ve checked out its lively markets—and Sydney will give you plenty to explore. To truly feel the vibe of Australia’s biggest city and experience it as a local, make sure to put these three markets on your travel itinerary.
Paddy’s Market Haymarket
If you’re a passionate market-dweller visiting Sydney, Paddy’s is the place to be. This iconic market right beside Chinatown offers a wide array of souvenirs, clothes, and other goods, but you don’t even have to buy anything to enjoy it.
The Rocks Market
The Rocks is one of Sydney’s historic neighborhoods that offers beautiful harbor views and countless historic pubs, restaurants, and one of the city’s most iconic markets. Spend your weekends in this city exploring the local crafts and street food that the Rocks Market has in store.
Paddington Market is one of the best places to check out if you want to feel at home in Sydney. Locals and tourists alike flock here every Saturday to explore clothing, accessories, décor, and other items from local craftspeople and designers.