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Balmain Attractions

OUR TOP 3 ATTRACTIONS

As well as exploring streets of historic buildings, great coffee shops, unique restaurants, fascinating little shops and galleries… we love these.


BALMAIN MARKET

St Andrews Church
217 Darling Street Balmain
8am to 4 pm Saturdays
Ph 0451 637 701
www.facebook.com/balmainmarket

“140 stalls with high quality art and craft, jewellery, bric-a-brac, books, clothing, footwear, antiques and collectables, organic fruit and vegetables.”

Balmain Markets, Balmain. Photo © Destination NSW

ROZELLE MARKETS

Rozelle School 663 Darling St Rozelle 2039
Ph 02 9818 5373
Email rozellemarkets@yahoo.com.au
rozellecollectorsmarket.com.au

Every Saturday and Sunday 9am to 4pm.
Collectors on Saturday and Farmers & Collectors on Sunday.

“Everything from bric a brac, furniture, records and books to vintage clothing and jewellery. Garage sale stalls are a specialty as are antiques and collectables. All the ingredients The Rozelle Collectors Market is Sydney’s favourite outdoor second hand, bric-a-brac and antique market. Stallholders have been selling their pre-loved wares to an ever expanding audience in the grounds of the Rozelle Public School for over 20 years and the Rozelle Markets have developed a reputation as a brilliant spot for a poke about, a catch up with friends and place to bag some unique finds.”

“Fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables, organically grown meat and poultry, flowers, artisanal breads, homemade jams, cheeses, seafood, olive oils, herbs, spices… and so much more.”

“Alongside our farm-fresh local produce on Sunday, our market is also promoting sustainable living and presenting a selection of vintage, pre-loved recycled, upcycled fashion and general merchandise.”


GOAT ISLAND

Simmons Street
Balmain East, NSW 2041
www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/historic-buildings-places/goat-island

“Rich in history and a fascinating and important part of Sydney’s Port Jackson. Tours are available.”

“Goat Island has long been a significant place in Port Jackson. The island, known as Me-mel by the local Cadigal people, was once inhabited by Bennelong and Barangaroo.”

“Since European settlement, Goat Island played an important and fascinating role in the development of Sydney’s cityscape. In the 1800s, the island was used as a home for convict work gangs and as a gunpowder storage depot.”

Inner City photos © Destination NSW


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Photo by Erik Scheel
Historic Buildings Goat Island – Photo © Collywolly

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