KIRRIBILLI MARKETS,

A SYDNEY INSITUTION. 

 

The Kirribilli Markets were first held on January 21st 1976 in the back yard of the newly opened Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre. The Market quickly grew in size and popularity spreading into the adjacent yard of the then Kirribilli Public School.When Kirribilli Public School was sold the Markets moved to the park along Alfred street South beside the Bridge and then for a short time to Bradfield Park under the Bridge. When North Sydney Council acquired the Milsons Point Bowling Club the Council kindly gave permission the Markets to conducted on the old bowling green and in the Burton street tunnel. This allowed the Markets to expand to it's present 220 stalls. All monies raised by the Market go to fund the programs of the Kirribilli Centre.

The Kirribilli Markets is now one of Sydney's oldest and most popular Markets. Featuring stalls selling, 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.

There are two Markets held each Month:

 The Art, Design & Fashion Market which is held on the second Sunday of the month is a boutique Market with Artisan made goods in the Tunnel and Fashion, food and more on the Green and Gravel areas.

The General Market which is held on the fourth Saturday of the month has everything you could want from Artisan goods to secondhand cloths and more.

Each Market has two eating areas, Eat Street which is on Burton street and Gourmet Corner which is located on the Gravels area of the market.

As well we have live entertainment all day long in Burton street.

 

' KIRRIBILLI MARKETS, A LITTLE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE,

                                                 COME AND EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES.'


 

An early Market in the back courtyard of the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, c.1983

An early Market in the back courtyard of the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, c.1983

An early Market in the old kirribilli public School yard, c.1983.

An early Market in the old kirribilli public School yard, c.1983.

Kirribilli Markets today.

Kirribilli Markets today.