The Surry Hills Markets are a must-visit for all – ask the locals! Vintage fashion, valuable antiques, books, hand-made beauty products and designer labels – our markets have it all.
We specialise in handmade, second-hand and recycled goods. We are open regardless of the weather, and over Christmas and New Year the normal schedule is maintained.
The Markets have been an integral part of the Surry Hills community since 1981. In response to community consultations, the Markets were set up to trade in recycled, second hand or handmade goods, distinguishing them from other community markets.
The original concept was to offer a focus for Surry Hills which was experiencing rapid changes in local population, and to provide an opportunity for local low-income earners to make additional money. Over the years, Surry Hills has continued to be ever-changing, and the Market now provides an opportunity for locals and visitors to experience the unique diversity of our area. A visit to the Market, either as a buyer or seller, is a reminder that the notion of a community market is still viable in the rapidly changing inner-city environment.
See photos of the beautiful Market goods and trinkets on our Facebook page
When: 7:00am to 4:00pm on the first Saturday of every month
Where: Corner of Crown and Collins Sts, Surry Hills, in Shannon Reserve, Surry Hills
On the day you can take a break from shopping and enjoy delicious treats at the Surry Hills Community Cafe. Our café is a unique addition to the strip of trendy Crown st cafes and eateries. The Café is run by volunteers and aims to provide fresh home-style food accessible to all.
We have a range of sweet and savoury meals to choose from, including such classics as Devonshire teas and Vienna coffee. Simply cross the road and go up to Level 1 (stairs or lift) of the Surry Hills Library and Community Centre. We are family-friendly, so bring the kids!
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