Browse through some of Sydney’s finest locally made homewares, food and sustainable fashion when The Makers and Shakers Market comes to town next month. The two-day market will feature a curated lineup of over a hundred top-notch stalls showcasing the best of what the city has to offer. Read on to know why you should be stoked about it.
The Makers and Shakers Market
For starters, the market is being held at the picturesque White Bay Cruise Terminal. So as you stuff your bags, you’ll be surrounded with panoramic views of the harbour and the city skyline. But the shopping experience itself promises to be stellar. Over a 100 handmade stalls feature, including homewares and sustainable fashion. Support local brands like Outer Island, Lost Collective, The Social Outfit and more.
Naturally you’ll work up an appetite with all the browsing and walking around. Grab delicious donuts from Donut Papi or get your fill of buttered bagels from Brooklyn Boy Bagels. You’ll also find Portugese tarts and drinks including a licensed outdoor bar by White Bay Beer Co. on the venue.
Creative workshops by MakerSpace & Co, product tastings and crafty installations will also be on site, so it promises to be a holistic shopping experience.
The Makers & Shakers Market is a mixed indoor and outdoor event with a focus on Australian made products. Given the last few years, this is a great opportunity to show up and support our local brands while also getting our hands on some excellent knick knacks.
Entry is $5 for adults and $2 for kids. Head to their official website to grab your tickets.