Every Saturday from 10am… rain or shine Paddington Markets has been open since 1973!
Started as a market to encourage local fashion designers, craftspeople, jewellery makers and artists, the market has over 150 unique stalls filled with creative fashion and accessories, beautiful smelling soaps and candles and pictures that inspire.
You will not find these Australian designed and crafted products in any shopping mall and many of our products are exclusive to Paddington Markets.
Take a look at our Emerging Designers Section in the Courtyard of the Market or try our regional cheeses and local bread. Relax under the trees with your coffee and lunch and then buy some flowers or a bonsai to brighten up your home.
Paddington Markets is a community based market supporting local people passionate about their craft and the local community.
At Paddington Markets we believe …
That people matter and their passion and creativity should be encouraged.
It’s worth supporting small Australian business and designers.
Unique good quality local products should be promoted.
That with a generous heart and a passionate spirit you can change the world.
PADDINGTON MARKETS IS A NOT FOR PROFIT ORGANISATION
When you visit and buy a product from Paddington Markets you not only support local and emerging designers and their products, you also contribute to providing a warm meal and support for Sydney’s homeless and disadvantaged through the Eddie Dixon Centre which is totally funded by Paddington Markets. Paddington Markets is an initiative of Paddington Uniting Church encouraging faith, justice, inclusiveness and creativity.
As Sydney’s original art and craft market Paddington Markets celebrates 39 Years of trading and continues to attract edgy designers and artistic traders.
We are at 395 Oxford St, Paddington. Sydney.
Telephone: 02 9331 2923 Fax: 02 9331 4864
Email us at: email@example.com (see ‘contact us’ page).
Check out our old black and white photos below, Paddington Markets celebrates 39 Years of trading. For more current photos see our photo gallery page.
Credit: Photographer, Michael Mangold