Best Farmers' Markets in Sydney's Northern Beaches
Before you head out to the surf, why not feed your inner hippie with some locally grown produce and browse some handmade hidden treasures? Here are some great farmers’ markets to check out on the Northern Beaches.
No visit to the Northern Beaches is complete without seeing its most iconic surfing destination. And what better place to host a bi-weekly market featuring fresh produce, vegetables and gourmet foods than Manly. Located at the Manly Plaza, be sure to grab some healthy treats after taking your afternoon dip.
Take a trip out of the ocean and into the green with Frenchs Forest Organic Food Market. Hosted every Sunday at 8am, feast your eyes and tastebuds on organic and conventional produce, cheese, fish and baked delights. Once you’re stocked up on goodies, the market also hosts the community’s best homemade fashion, homewares and sustainable, eco-friendly trade.
If you’re not fortunate enough to live near Manly and travelling there is a bit of a hassle, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the markets. The Beaches Market is your one-stop shop for all your local produce and it’s located in the heart of Warriewood. Hosted every Friday at 8am at the Pittwater Rugby Park, enjoy local delights direct from the farmlands or other worldly treats from cheeses to coffee.
With more than 70 stalls, there’s plenty to do at Palm Beach Markets. Held on the fourth Sunday of every month, the venue is host to a variety of foods and beautifully handcrafted clothes and furniture. Starting at 9am at the Governor Phillip Park, there’s never been a better excuse to head to Palm Beach.
Berry Reserve plays host to the Blue Sky Markets. As the title suggest, the open skies act as the backdrop to this event held every third Sunday of the month, showcasing its finest produce, arts and crafts, jewellery and more. Free Parking is available at the venue and is a great way to spend the day with family and friends.
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