1. The Beaches Market, Warriewood
Every Friday from 8am-1pm, head on down to the beach to stock up on fresh fruit and veg, while also sipping on some quality coffee and sampling the goodies from local bakeries.
Operating at Carriageworks every Saturday morning, Eveleigh Markets have won a ton of awards for their fresh produce, and sell everything from flowers, to smoked fish and olive oils.
3. EQ Village Markets, Entertainment Quarter
Open every Wednesday and Saturday from 8am-2pm, these undercover markets will provide you with literally anything you'd need to cook an organic and tasty homemade meal. There's also a picnic area and a playground for the kids.
This Saturday morning market has a huge array of tasty breakfast options alongside their wide variety of organic fruit and vegetable stalls.
This Sunday market is open from 8:30am-3pm and is very ~boho~. With a bunch of different stalls selling fresh produce and a few also selling clothes and homewares, you won't be disappointed.
The Bondi markets are just as trendy as you'd probably expect. Open on Saturday mornings, they're overflowing with flowers, fruit and veg, tasty treats, dairy products, and of course, delicious coffee.
These markets are open on Thursdays, and are all about the organic fruits and vegetables. They also have a number of stalls selling baked goods and hot food. Yum.
This market, open on Wednesdays and Sundays from 8am-2pm, is only a few months old, but still delivers everything you could possibly need. It's a great place to stock up before a picnic on the beach.
These markets run on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month, from 8am-12pm. There's a stall that serves up delicious bacon and egg rolls that you can munch on as you stroll through the stalls filled with delicious produce.
If you want organic veggies, artisan bread and pastries, and French cheeses, then head down to Kings Cross on a Saturday between 8am and 2pm.
11. Sydney Sustainable Markets, Darlinghurst
These markets, open on Saturday mornings, are all about promoting sustainable living, and allowing small, organic farms to sell their produce.
On the first Saturday of each month, a bunch of stalls selling delicious and organic produce set up along the harbour. There are often also demonstrations from chefs, using the market's offerings.
Woollahra is home to Sydney's poshest markets. On Saturday mornings, you can get all different types of artisan and organic food, as well as different handmade crafts.