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Cashew milk infused with lavender, orange, and mint. Just-picked flowers. Breakfast burritos. Not what you’d expect opposite Sydney’s most famous beach, but these Saturday morning markets serve up local, artisanal, and flavourful in a truly memorable location. Both locals and visitors need to experience this—it’s an exercise in what makes Sydney, Sydney. Bring an empty stomach for a moving brunch degustation: stalls serve home-grown, handcrafted, and beautifully fresh bites, from organic flat whites and scrambled ethical eggs to baked-that-morning trays of muffins. Wash the crumbs off with a dip in that turquoise water—it’s just across the road.
Sunday Markets. Great for gifts Saturday Markets. Till 12 o'clock, grab a snack from the many wonderful eateries, be a local and sit on the grass and enjoy the bustling atmosphere.
Saturday morning food markets. Opens at 9 and closes around midday. Lot's to choose from for breakfast or brunch & coffee snacks. It's also the place to shop for organic produce from surrounding farms that come to you.
Saturdays is the grocers market - get your organic locally grown fruit & veg to juice in the juicer in the kitchen. Sunday’s is great for jewellery, clothes and gifts. Both mornings the markets are great as a breakfast destination, although many more food stalls on Saturday.
Every Saturday morning the Bondi Markets sell a wide range of organic fruit and vegetables, meats and other produce as well as delicious breakfasts and snacks. There's also lots of vendors selling interesting hand-crafted jewelry, ceramics and other objets d'art. It's a couple of blocks from The…
Saturday its a growers market. Go for a snack and chai or pick up your fruit, veg and a fresh bouquet. Sunday its a flea market with offering from local vendors and craftspeople. It's heaven.
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“Ok if you want to get involved in the local debate of who does it better, go to Messina icream on Hall street than Anita ice cream on Campbell parade. Warning , they are rich in flavour so perhaps not back to back .. enjoy! :-) I say Anita and Mikael says Messina.... ”
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“Fantastic walk on the coastline. It gets a bit crowded, early walk recommended.”
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“If you're after a night out, stop or start at Beach Road, offering dining and dancing and games. Indoors and outdoors ”
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“On a hot beach day, nothing beats a refreshing cocktail or nachos, after your swim..”
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“Great view and prefer spot to enjoy some sundowners. North Bondi fish is just a 3-5 minute walk and the perfect spot to enjoy a late lunch and enjoy the stunning view.”
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