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.
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
Curled is a 100% Darwin developed, owned and operated. They put on a mini show as they create ice cream on a -20 degree cold… more
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Serving fresh live mussels direct from the farmer. All served freshly cooked to order. Also available live mussels to take home.