The Market Tales is back with a star studded line up of pop up restaurants and a newly curated team of quality makers and merchants across home-wares, fashion, design, art, jewellery, furniture and vintage memorabilia.
Reminiscent of Portobello Markets and NY Williamsburg Market and sprinkled with the mercados of Spain, The Market Tales finds its home amongst the laneways of Sydney’s best kept secret, Precinct 75 in St Peters. Dubbed Inner west’s design central and a key entertainment hub, the Precinct has retail homeware gems Design Twins, The Society Inc, Atolyia and boutique alcohol artisans Willie The Boatman and Urban winery as residents (open across both market days!).
The Market Tales is upping the ante in the culinary stakes, taking a lead in the food and beverage journey to showcase more of Sydney’s finest eateries. Be entertained by local musicians and if learning something new takes your fancy, we have an eclectic program of workshops and demos.
Expect the not-so-traditional stalls at every market with alcohol tastings, mo-trimming barber, braiding and a bike and repair shop doing the rounds of the quarterly offering.
The Market Tales is proudly kid, puppy and bike friendly too!
Admission is $2
Getting to the Markets: WE STRONGLY SUGGEST PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO THIS EVENT
Pedestrian Entry is through either our 70 Edith Street or 75 Mary Street entries. We suggest using public transport to visit the markets - Sydenham station is only a 6 minute walk away, St Peters Station is a 10 minute walk if you feel like stretching your legs. Buses run regularly along the Princes Hwy and stop near Edith St, a short walk from there to Precinct 75.
For cyclists, peddle through the 70 Edith Street entry and we have dedicated bike racks located near the main carpark, in between Buildings 9 & 10…….you can’t miss them.
Taxis and Hire Cars can drop you off at either our 70 Edith Street or 75 Mary Street entries. Taxis and hire cars are always close by, simply choose 70 Edith Street or 75 Mary Street, St Peters when you order a pick up.
If you are driving, we have limited on-site parking. Our main car park entry is off Edith Street and clearly sign posted (no vehicle access from Mary Street on Market days).