With two locations in the heart of Sydney, Paddy’s Market is quickly becoming a must-visit for visitors to Sydney.
Flemington Paddy’s Market is the place to go for local produce. If you’re after some of the best fruit and veggies in Sydney then visit the Flemington location. As well as Paddy’s Market, there’s a flower market in the area. Visit on the weekend to see Sydney’s Paddy’s Market come alive with clothes, gifts and souvenirs vendors, as well as a Swap and Sell Market selling second hand goods.
The Haymarket location is the one most people think of when they think of Paddy’s. The Haymarket market near Chinatown has a flea market vibe with clothes, souvenirs, some produce, jewellery, flowers and more. Haymarket Paddy’s is easier to get to, plus it has the added benefit of being next to some of Sydney’s best Chinese restaurants.
Getting to either location is relatively simple. Haymarket is a five minute walk from Town Hall or Central Station, and Flemington has its own station just a couple of minutes’ walk away. Entry to both markets is free, though what you spend once inside is up to you! Haymarket is open 9-5 every day. The Flemington location is open Friday – Sunday, though it has a different opening time every day, so it’s best to check the market’s website.