Markets

Going to markets near to you is a great way to meet locals and enjoy your local community vibe. Market stallholders are often small, independent sole traders and artisans and family-owned and operated businesses who offer handcrafted, handmade, locally-sourced, locally grown products and services.

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Adelaide River Market – Coomalie

This small local market sits right alongside the Highway and you never quite know what you’ll find there. The market offers unique handmade crafts and… more

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Fred’s Pass Rural Markets – Bees Creek

You’ll find Fred’s Pass Rural Markets ‘under the big shed’ at Fred’s Pass Reserve, Bees Creek Road in the Top End. This long-established rural market… more

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Malak Marketplace – Darwin

Malak Marketplace opens in Malak in Darwin at Chambers Crescent Car Park, from 4pm until 9pm every Saturday of the Dry Season with approx. 70… more

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Mindil Beach Sunset Market – Darwin

Mindil Beach Sunset Market opens on Thursdays and Sundays 4-9pm during the Dry Season (May to October). Darwin’s largest night market, Mindil Beach Sunset Market… more

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Nightcliff Markets – Darwin

Nightcliff Market was started in 1996 at the Nightcliff Shopping Village. It consists of fifteen food stalls selling fresh, local fruit and vegetables, delicious fruit… more

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Parap Village Shops & Saturday Market – Darwin

Where the locals (and visitors) go to shop – village shops and eateries open all week and the community celebrates the weekend at the markets… more

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Rapid Creek Markets – Darwin

Rapid Creek Markets are a part of Northern Territory tradition and Darwin’s oldest market.   And with more than 100 market stalls and stores, there’s… more

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Rusty’s Market – Cairns

Rusty’s Market has over 40 years, developed into one of the largest, most successful and best known markets in Cairns, Queensland, Australia and overseas.  … more

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