The Markets by
the Harbour Bridge

The Kirribilli Markets were first held on January 21st 1976 in the back yard of the then newly opened Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre. Today, The Kirribilli Markets is one of Sydney’s oldest and most popular Markets. Featuring over 220 stalls selling,ย New and recycled fashion and accessories, Emerging local Fashion Designers, Home and Gift wares, Arts and Craft, Jewellery, Plants, Gourmet foods and a whole lot more!

Here's where
you'll find us

Meet Our Sellers

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Wolf Bear Collective

Juicy Chemistry

Bidinis Bags

Emporium of Chocolate

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Sell at our Markets

The Kirribilli Markets were first held on January 21st 1976 in the back yard of the then newly opened Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre.

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Thank you to our fabulous stallholders and to everyone who came to our markets today. It was a fantastic market! Your support means the world to us. Our next market is Saturday 25 March. We look forward to seeing you then ๐Ÿงก. Have a lovely Sunday afternoon. #kirribillimarkets #community #stallholders #markets ...

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The Kirribilli Centre

The Kirribilli Markets were first held on January 21st 1976 in the back yard of the then newly opened Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre. Today, The Kirribilli Markets is one of Sydney’s oldest and most popular Markets. Featuring over 220 stalls selling,ย New and recycled fashion and accessories, Emerging local Fashion Designers, Home and Gift wares, Arts and Craft, Jewellery, Plants, Gourmet foods and a whole lot more!

The Kirribilli Markets acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live and recognise their continuing connection to land, sea and culture. We pay respect to Elders past, present, emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.