Christmas is around the corner and Sydney is already getting in the holiday spirit with festive markets, neighbourhood lights and more. Now Circular Quay is getting in on the action with its popular French-inspired Christmas village. Complete with cosy wood huts, lights, candles, snow flurries and jazz music, you’ll be transported to Europe right here at home. The market comes to town courtesy of the team behind the hugely popular Bastille Festival. Dubbed Le Jolly Market, you can expect all the European Christmas vibes, wine and food this December.
Le Jolly Market, Sydney
The night market has been set up at the central location of Customs House with excellent holiday treats and all the twinkly Christmas vibes. Fill your bags with locally sourced artisan products including jewellery, toys, distillery, Christmas snow globes, clothing, organic tea, and French gourmet goods.
5 wine bars and 40 food vendors will be at the venue dishing out everything from lobster rolls to Sydney rock oysters, pasta in a cheese wheel, melted cheese offerings and so much more. It wouldn’t be a Christmas market without a giant Christmas tree, lots of twinkling lights and festive tunes.
Le Jolly Market returns from December 15 to 22 for 8 nights. Read more about this enchanting Christmas market.