Is there a more beautiful setting to seek out the perfect antique treasure than in the world famous Bondi Beach? White beaches and glorious sunshine provide the perfect backdrop to rummage through the exquisite vintage stalls and beautifully stylish arts and crafts. Located on Campbell Parade, Bondi Market delivers a positively memorable experience.
Hand made products, arts and crafts and high quality homewares are the main focus here at Bondi Market and if you have the desire to purchase unusual and rare vintage clothing then you won’t be disappointed. There are new and exciting designer stores displaying luxurious and lavish outfits ideal for your next party and to keep you ahead of the trend. Keep your eyes peeled for Cirkel who’s pop culture references and passion for sustainability certainly help it stand out from the norm.
If you are a tourist in the area of Bondi Beach, there are a multitude of vendors ready to supply you with a fascinating trinket to remember your trip. The options are of a much higher quality than the usual tat offered to tourists and the eye catching, panoramic photographs available will dazzle the family back home with the view of the paradise world you have just visited.
Bondi Market is a great location to discover oddities not found elsewhere. The vintage clothing is second to none when it comes to the quality available. The retro furniture and homeware items are as rare and unique as the surrounding area. Due to its multicultural location, Bondi Market can often throw up a few surprises with the interesting and sometimes plain weird exotic imports on display.
A small number of food stalls are interspersed around the market if you are in need of a quick refreshment, but more importantly within touching distance there are hundreds of cafes and restaurants along Bondi Beach which offer a much more suitable option for relaxing in the sun – a local favourite is Trio Cafewhich offers ‘Boss Eggs’ – truffle, prosciutto and avocado.
Bondi Market offers a delightful and relaxing Sunday afternoon stroll – even if you are not particularly interested in buying something, walking through the marketplace is the most quintessential of Sydney experiences. Mixing with the locals before hitting the surf and grabbing a beer is a sure fire way of living the true ‘Aussie’ life. Even if it is just for the one day.
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