Paddington Markets

Rain or shine, this expansive outdoor Saturday market has something for everyone

Shoppers browse the wide range of goods at Paddington Markets
Shoppers browse the wide range of goods at Paddington Markets cc licensed photo by Jez Arnold

Rain or shine, Paddington Markets, not to be confused with Paddy's Market, has something for everyone ranging from handcrafted jewellery to trendy fashions, unique artwork and food. This longstanding outdoor marketplace is open every Saturday starting at 10am where vendors have been plying their wares from up to 250 stalls since the early 1970s.

Located on the grounds of the historic United Church on Oxford Street in Paddington, this lively market place bustles with activity. You can browse through 1000s of unique Australian made items that you won't see in the shopping malls while buskers entertain the crowd with their live music. Merchandise includes trendy fashions, jewellery, artwork, perfumes, hand made pottery, books, flowers, food, all kinds of knick-knacks and more.

You will find plenty of choices for eating at the Market with the option of sitting outside or in.

Nearby attractions: Sydney Football Stadium and Centennial Park.

Facts For Your Visit

Fee: No

Paddington Markets Hours:
Opening hours may differ on holidays

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: Closed
  • Saturday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed

Address: 395 Oxford St, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia

Phone: 0402 666 272

Official Website: Paddington Markets

Paddington Markets Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 Star Rating

3 Star Rating I visited Sydney 1st time for a week and I dedicated my Saturday for this market. However, the market wasn’t big as I expected and things were really expensive. It was a different experience but I regretted going there instead of doing something more interesting. I’m from Darwin and I find our markets (specially Mindil) here are lot more interesting.
Ashi Fernando - 4 months ago

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4 Star Rating small scale market focusing more on accessories and clothing. 1-2 stores selling fresh fish/meat. Walk from city is about 3km or you can take bus service 333
Seng Seng - 3 months ago

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4 Star Rating Lovely markets in the school grounds, selling vintage goods, homemade crafts, jams and preserves. Fresh fish, butchers and fruit and veg. Great array of food stalls, from Mexican to french and Japanese....all the way to a snag on bread. Something for everyone!!
Sian Edge - in the last week

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5 Star Rating The best Sydney korean kimbap shop is here! The phrase “This is not sushi, this is kimbap” was also very funny. That was amazing. It's cheap and so fresh so delicious I want to go there every week👍
전민철 (뭐든도전) - 2 months ago

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5 Star Rating A fabulous market which was established in the 1970s. The products offered are unique and of high quality such as flowers , indoor plants, fashions, food , vintage vinyl records etc. Well worth a visit. With background music payed by a DJ.
Phil Lindsay - 10 months ago

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Directions

Train Line Nearest Station Walking Time
Bus 333Circular Quay, Martin Place, St. James, Museum Station1 minutes

How to get to Paddington Markets by Train

Bus 333: Bus Route 333 from Circular Quay, Martin Place, St. James, Museum Station or from anywhere along Elizabeth Street in the CDB will get you to Paddington Markets more by train bus combo. Disembark at the Paddington Public School Stop and walk back to the market. The total bus trip from Circular Quay takes under 25 minutes.

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