Glebe Markets, Sydney
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A city vibe of alternate and affordable clothing; new, vintage and pre-loved. Jewellery, handmade crafts, live music and a variety exotic foods to try every week. We're open on Saturdays all year round, so come down and experience culture on the fringe for yourself.Using our world travel planner, Sydney attractions like Glebe Markets can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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The second hand clothing here (vintage clothing as the yuppies say) can be found at Vinnies or Salvos for an eighth of the price, having said that there are some talented crafts people and artists but... read more »
It's always buzzing at the Glebe Markets. Plenty of stalls and we bought a few books, trinkets and clothes. Good choices for food - I enjoyed the South American sausage and the Brazilian BBQ smelt yum... read more »
A lovely Saturday morning out, great craft stalls, second hand goods and live music to help you eat from the many food stalls available . These cater for meat lovers Spanish, Asian etc to the health c... read more »
Great markets, and right opposite the little cafe where I hang out on a Tuesday night with the Lyrikin people, the local songwriting workshop. I get a sense of neighbourhood in this part of Glebe that was missing in university days :) though I still miss the amazing tripe and onion sanger you used to get from the little cafe up the road. These days I make do with a laksa from the Pamakon as it's the quietest and has a garden. Makes a welcome break from market foraging :) (and PS: try the bikkies at the gluten free stall. They're amazing!)
I went on a Saturday with my daughter and had a fun outing. Many stalls with a good mix of items, food, hand made candles and jewelry, used books, leather goods, recycled clothing and leather goods, essential oils and certainly the "one mans junk is another mans treasure" category. Definitely a good place to spend a couple of hours on a weekend.
Not sure what the hype is about. Pretty messy and below average stalls selling rubbish. Lots of ppl visiting and walking around. But definitely some thing you can check out if u going through Glebe.
Jeremy Shannon Allen
Friendly market, busy and bright; good food options, lots of little craft stores, you'll like it. My favourite of the inner west markets.
A mediocre market in Sydney. A tad of relaxing, ostentatiously fashionable, and pretentiously hippy feeling. Bearable to kill sometime there on a sunny Saturday afternoon if there's no better things to do and you love cheap second hand clothes. But Asians should beware of the Hungarian bread roll guy who treated Asians like invisible.
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