3 Reasons to Check Out the Potts Point Markets
Potts Point Markets, also known as King’s Cross Organic Market takes place every Saturday and Sunday morning in Fitzroy Gardens surrounding the dandelion fountain, (aka the El Alamein Fountain) on Macleay Street in Potts Point.
With many markets to choose from on any given weekend in Sydney, you might be wondering why it’s worth it to check out the Potts Point Markets. So, here, we’re giving you 3 reasons to make your way there on Saturday or Sunday morning.
Stays Open Until 2 p.m.
Whether you stayed out a little too late enjoying Potts Point’s local bars or you simply enjoyed your luxurious hotel bed a little too long, making your way to the Potts Point Markets doesn’t require waking up at the crack of dawn.
The markets stay open until 2 p.m. where you can enjoy a late brunch, do some shopping, and take in everything the Potts Point has to offer. But, if you’re an early bird, the Potts Point Markets are for you as well, opening bright and early at 8 a.m.
An Eclectic Community
Potts Point is nothing if not eclectic, vibrant, and totally unique. The people-watching alone makes Potts Point Markets a must-do while in Sydney.
Sprinkled in between rare artisan crafts and market staples like homemade jam, don’t be surprised if you see street artists and drag queens in the mix.
With far fewer tourists walking around, you can be sure that at the Potts Point Market, what you see is what you get. It’ll be filled with people who live right up the street, instead of those who may have travelled to “see the sights” of Sydney.
If you’re staying with us at Sydney Lodges, you probably want to experience Sydney like a local, right? If that’s the case, Potts Point Markets are not to be missed.
Smaller Than Other Sydney Markets
Sydney boasts some of the biggest, most epic markets in the world like the Sydney Fish Market, the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere. However, sometimes you want an experience something that’s a little more local and low-key.