A Charming Market With Pre-Loved And Vintage Treasures Is Hitting Sydney In July • Round She Goes

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A Charming Market With Pre-Loved And Vintage Treasures Is Hitting Sydney In July • Round She Goes

Shopping lovers, you’re in for a treat at Round She Goes.

If you’re after a designer handbag or clothes and vintage memorabilia, Ebay isn’t your only option. Round She Goes, a market for pre-loved designer fashion is coming to town in July. Featuring over 60 stalls, you can find a number of fashion treasures right from retro fashion, designer clothes, handmade jewellery and several other quality knick-knacks.

We love our markets here in Sydney and there’s something exciting about rummaging through a vintage shop and getting your hands on something cool and retro. If you’re after a bit of retail therapy and want to skip the crowds at malls and boutiques, you’ll want to add this event to your calendar.

Started back in 2008, Round She Goes has earned a steady popularity amongst bargain hunters especially due to their sustainable values and several wonderful steals.

Vintage fashion connoisseurs will find Round She Goes all the more alluring thanks to its extensive collection which boasts of great quality. You can get your hands on a number of quality accessories from the 1940’s (yes, really) and timeless fashion pieces. Whether you prefer your clothes high-end or understated, there’s something to suit everyone’s needs.

The market has recently moved to a much larger space at PCYC Marrickville. Entry is only $4 and parking is free. If you’re taking public transport, you’ll have to walk for about 13 minutes from Marrickville Station. Speciality coffee is available at the venue as well.

Find more information about the market here.


What: Round She Goes
When: Saturday, July 3
Where: PCYC Marrickville, 531 Illawarra Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204
Timing: 10am-3pm


Price: $4 entry fee

(Images: Supplied/ Round She Goes)

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