We are famous for our wonderful community Blue Mountains markets. They bring great fun and atmosphere to our weekends, whilst supporting local businesses and communities. This Spring, many markets are open, whilst some remain closed until further notice. Please check each market’s Facebook Page and website for updates.

For the markets that are on, each has a COVID plan in place and everyone should practise social distancing.

Use the quick links below to skip straight to your local market or enjoy reading about all the fabulous markets happening in the next few months. Blue Mountains Mums hope that you enjoy shopping locally this Spring!

Glenbrook Rotary Markets
Mountain Marketeers – Blackheath Craft Market
Springwood Growers Market
Blackheath Growers Market
Leura Local Markets
Richmond Good Food Market
Bilpin Community Markets and Cafe
Virtual Wollemi Artesian Markets

GLENBROOK ROTARY MARKETS

Next markets on Saturday 31 October 2020

One of our most popular Blue Mountains Markets, Glenbrook Rotary Markets are still running two markets a month. Both will have over 70 stalls, plus their famous Book Fair store. The Glenbrook Rotary Market offerings are diverse enough to ensure you have a gloriously full basket and belly. Fashion, homewares, giftware, food, fresh produce, flowers and live entertainment.

Date: 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month
Time:
8am – 1pm
Address:
10 Ross St Glenbrook NSW 2773
Contact:
0400 698 828; info@glenbrookrotarymarkets1@gmail.com
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Social Media: Facebook
Cost: FREE ENTRY

MOUNTAIN MARKETEERS – BLACKHEATH CRAFT MARKET

Next Markets on Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 October, 2020.

Mountain Marketeers is a community based and not-for-profit Blue Mountains markets co-op organization. They provide opportunities for local art, craft and handmade producers to introduce and market their products. Come and support locally produced art, craft and handmade products. Check their Facebook Page for all future dates on Saturday and Sundays.

Date: Various Saturdays and Sundays.
Saturdays for 2020: September 12 & 26; October 10, 17, 24, 31; November 14, 21, 28.
Sundays for 2020: September 20 & 27; October 18 & 25; November 15 & 22; December 13 & 20.
Time: 9am – 2.30pm
Address: Blackheath-Mt.Victoria RSL Sub-Branch
2 Bundarra St Blackheath NSW 2785
Contact: 0409 339 473; rahimisa76@gmail.com
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Social Media: Facebook
Cost: FREE ENTRY

SPRINGWOOD GROWERS MARKET

Next markets on Sunday 24 October 2020

Join Springwood Growers Market for their first Spring market on Sunday 27 September, 2020.

Date: 4th Sunday of the month
Time: 8am – 12pm
Address: Springwood Hub 104 Macquarie Rd, Springwood NSW 2777 & The Oriental Hotel
Contact:
0414 733 400; springwoodgrowersmarket@outlook.com
Visit Website
Social Media: Facebook
Cost: FREE ENTRY

BLACKHEATH GROWERS MARKET

Next markets on Sunday 8 November 2020

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Blackheath Growers Market has been going for over 17 years. This Blue Mountains growers market supports local and regional farmers and producers.

Date: 2nd Sunday of each month
Time: 8am – 12pm
Address: Blackheath Community Centre – Cnr Gardiner and Great Western Highway, Blackheath NSW 2785
Contact: 0422 582 773; blackcastle.events@bigpond.com
Visit Website
Social Media: Facebook
Cost: FREE ENTRY

LEURA LOCAL MARKETS

Next markets on Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 October 2020.

Leura Handmade & Produce Market @LeuraLocal Every Month: 1st Sunday, 2nd Saturday & Sunday, 4th Saturday & Sunday. A boutique collection of arts, crafts, jewellery, fruit, vegetables, bread & much more.

Date: Every Month – 1st Sunday, 2nd Saturday & Sunday, 4th Saturday & Sunday.
Time: 8am – 4pm
Address: 137 Megalong St Leura NSW 2780
Contact: 0431 879 215; leuralocal@gmail.com
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Social Media: Facebook
Cost: FREE ENTRY

RICHMOND GOOD FOOD MARKET

Markets on every Saturday

Food grown and produced in and around the Hawkesbury region is some of the finest in the country. You’ve probably heard stories from local growers about how food from the region often travels thousands of kilometres to distribution centres around the country only to end up back at one of the region’s supermarkets. What if there was a way to cut out this unnecessary cartage, remove the middle man, source fresher produce, pay less for your food, and help local farmers earn a decent return? Well, there is.

Richmond Good Food Market is a place for local farmers and quality food producers to showcase their wares and interact with the community.

Date: Every Saturday
Time: 8am – 1pm
Address: Richmond Park – 180 Windsor St, Richmond NSW 2753
Contact: admin@richmondmarket.com.au
Social Media: Facebook

Website
Cost:
FREE ENTRY

BILPIN COMMUNITY MARKETS AND CAFE

Markets on every Saturday

Bilpin Community Markets are a community-run market in Bilpin where locals get together. The markets are an opportunity to buy freshly picked local organic produce, fruit, veges, freshly baked cakes, in-season fruit pies, plants, flowers, handmade woolen items, local honey, home made jams, chutneys, rocky-road, biscuits, local crafts, bric-a-brac, environmentally friendly cleaning products, so much more!

Come and enjoy a chat with the friendly local community while sampling great coffee, produce, a delicious brunch and sweet treats.

Date: Every Saturday
Time: 10am – 12 pm
Address: Bilpin Hall, Bells Line of Road, Bilpin NSW 2758
Contact: bilpinblooms@iprimus.com.au
Social Media: Facebook
Cost:
FREE ENTRY

VIRTUAL WOLLEMI ARTESIAN MARKETS

Blue Mountains Market

The popular Wollemi Artisan Markets are moving online to bring you a virtual marketplace experience. Browse a range of products from talented Blue Mountains artists, designers and food producers. Showcasing art, jewellery, homewares, accessories, toys and more, the market is the perfect opportunity to shop local and find unique, artisanal products.

Date: Saturdays (ongoing)
Time: 10am
Social media: Facebook
Visit Website

Markets coming back in the future

BLACKHEATH COMMUNITY MARKET

Suspended until further notice

These Blue Mountains markets encourage sustainability, recycling, upcycling and creative artisans.

Date:  First Sunday of every month
Time: 9am to 1pm
Address: Blackheath Public School, Blackheath NSW 2785
Contact: 0429 041 704; boxladysydney@gmail.com
Social Media: Facebook
Cost: FREE ENTRY

OBERON COMMUNITY AND FARMER’S MARKETS

Suspended until further notice

A fantastic range of locally grown produce, locally made goods and a great place for the community to buy and sell. There are a diverse range of stallholders selling locally grown fruit, vegetables, meat and eggs; locally made art, craft and specialty goods; vintage and second-hand goods plus scrumptious food, great coffee and fabulous entertainment. These Blue Mountains markets also welcome local community groups or associations to set up a stall for promotion or fundraising purposes. 

Date: First Saturday of every Month
Address: Oberon Showground – Ross Street Oberon, NSW 2787
Contact: marketsoberon@gmail.com
Social Media: Facebook
Cost: FREE ENTRY

MAGPIE MARKETS LAWSON

Suspended until further notice

blue mountains market guide magpie markets lawson

The Magpie Markets is a treasure trove of bargains and great buys. You’ll find collectibles, second hand goods, local arts and crafts, books, jewellery, plants, food, coffee and more! Street parking is plentiful and it’s easy walking distance from trains. Always a relaxed atmosphere, take your time to browse and chat with friends and locals. A great day out for people of all ages. If you’re looking for something, there’s a great chance you’ll find it at the Magpie Markets! Family-friendly and accessible.

Date:  3rd Sunday of each month (excluding January)
Time:  9am – 2pm
Address: Lawson Public School – corner of Wilson St & Great Western Highway, Lawson
Phone: 0416 652 679
Visit Website
Social Media: Facebook
Cost: FREE ENTRY

Please note, while we took great care to provide up to date, accurate details in our Blue Mountains Spring Markets Guide, please check the organiser’s Facebook Page and website to check whether the markets are definitely on, particularly in inclement weather. Some Markets do not take place in January and are cancelled in severe weather conditions.

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