A locals guide to markets in the Blue Mountains
With its clean air and reputation as an artists’ haven, the Blue Mountains is a market lover’s nirvana.
From community halls to parks and school grounds, every weekend you can browse fresh produce and handmade items in one of the region’s numerous markets. Here’s our guide to some of the best.
With an art gallery next door, tables overflowing with fresh produce and friendly stall holders, Springwood Growers Market is well worth the short detour off the highway.
Held on the third Sunday of each month in the mid-mountains township of Lawson. these markets are a treasure trove of second hand items, quirky artisan creations and fruit and veg.
Stock up on fresh delights from local institution, Schwarz Patisserie and browse the wares of local artists at this great market in the charming mountains village of Wentworth Falls.
Located just a short stroll from Leura Mall, this market has a great mix of local produce, antiques and collectibles, homewares and unique items such as wooden spoons featuring pyrographic art.
Fancy a hand knitted tea cosy or a piece of chocolate cake like your Nan used to bake, then this is the place for you.
This market is all about sustainability, recycling, upcycling and creative artisans. From local natural honey, to native seedlings, handmade soaps and hand dyed yarn, this is the place to have a chat to the locals and enjoy the mountains vibe.
With over 60 growers and producers to tantalise your tastebuds you’re bound to experience a Masterchef moment. Be sure to leave room for a Trunkey Creek bacon and egg roll, it’s the best $8 you’ll ever spend.