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Bondi Beach Community Market

The Bondi Beach Community Market has been operating since February 1994, making it one of the longest running community markets in Australia.

Bondi Beach Community Market is located in a truly fantastic position in the heart of Bondi Beach’s shopping zone surrounded by restaurants and is opposite the main pedestrian crossing to the beach overlooking the ocean.

Bondi Beach Community Market – Trading hours
  • September, October, November, March and April: From 12.30 pm till 9 pm on Saturdays and Sundays; and all Public Holidays.
  • December, January and February: From 12.30 pm till 9 pm on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays; and usually all Public Holidays.
Bondi Beach Community Night Market – Location

Bondi Beach Community Night Market is located in Carl Jeppesen Place (formerly Roscoe St Mall) near the bus stop on Campbell Parade & in front of the main pedestrian crossing facing the beach.

Bondi Beach Community Market – Getting there

You can easily get to Bondi Beach Community Market by Public Transport. You can catch a train to Bondi Junction Station, which is where the main bus terminal is. Go to Bus Stand A3 where you can catch the 333 (the fast bus) or Stand A1 where you can catch the 380, 381 or 382 to the beach.Ask for the stop after Hall Street.

Bondi Markets at Bondi Beach Public School every Sunday

Established in 1993, the Bondi Markets are open every Sunday in the wonderful, beach front grounds of Bondi Beach Public School.

Come to the Markets and you’ll find original designer clothing, exotic imports, handmade jewellery, arts, crafts, home wares, retro furniture, vintage clothes and so much more. Keep your eye out for up and coming designers. Mix it with the locals and shop to the sights & sounds of Australia’s most famous beach. The Bondi Markets are a place to mix it with the Bondi crowd, shop for bargains and take up the atmosphere.

The Markets provide local designers, artists and craftspeople the opportunity to sell their work direct to the public. They act as a launch pad for budding entrepreneurs and anyone working in the creative industries.

The School Canteen operates on every Market Day and raises funds for the School and other local community groups by doing Sydney’s best sausage sizzle and offering light meals and cold drinks to Market visitors. The Markets also generate revenue for the Bondi Beach Public School which uses the funds for many of its educational programs, equipment and facilities.