COME SEE The Glebe Market, Sydney, Australia.
COME SEE THE GLEBE MARKET, SYDNEY.
|BEST TIME TO VISIT|
Spring – Autumn
30 mins +
400m one way
Let me just start off by saying.. Glebe is a straight VIBE. The main street is filled with gems. I’m talking vintage bookstores with secret bars tucked away in the back, Spanish tapas bars, chill bars with sweet live acoustics (ok I didn’t just notice all the bars) – also lots of delicious coffee spots and big red Autumn trees but one of the best additions… an awesome market that’s on every Saturday! That’s what we like that’s what we like.
Being on the outskirts of the CBD, the inner west definitely has more of a chilled feel. You could say more alternative too. The Glebe Market is pretty diverse. We saw multiple stalls with pre-loved items selling for dirt cheap, vintage up-cycles, records and books, handmade jewellery, every kind of sunglasses you could imagine and the food… So much deliciousness.
We easily found a park just two side streets away from the market which was so handy! The market is located on the corner of Derby Place and Glebe Point Road and is held in the grounds of Glebe Public School every Saturday 10am – 4pm.
When we arrived, we got the gist that Glebe Market was well known for locals holding stalls selling their pre-loved items. I enjoyed even just walking by and admiring people’s different unique styles. It reminded me of the suitcase rummage we went to in summer where people bring a suitcase filled with things they want to sell and literally open their suitcase for people to look through and purchase from. Similar to Glebe Markets, some people were selling items for $5 and under! madness.
The food stalls are great for lunch. We tired a combo of three of the tastiest salads and a freshly crumbed chicken fillet on top. Then we tired a Mexican beef roll which was also delicious. Overall, the day was sweet. That’s the word I want to use. Sweet vibes, sweet sun, and a SWEET market. Do yourself a favor and check out The Glebe Markets then go for a stroll down the street, you’ll be surprised at what you just might find.