Sydney’s famous vegan markets are back but with a cool, new twist.
While the Sydney Vegan Market is traditionally a sunny, day-time affair, the team behind the uber-popular markets is now switching things up a bit by hosting Sydney’s very first vegan night markets.
On Saturday, June 5, the Sydney Olympic Park will play host to the sprawling markets from 2-9pm.
You can expect crowd favourites like I Should Be Souvlaki, The 3 Amigos, and Plant Based Eatery among others to make a return. You will want to carry your own cutlery and cups and perhaps a jacket or two given the cold weather lately. Entry is free and you’ll have loads of delicious vegan treats and plant-based goodies to dig into.
Make a day of it by arriving to the venue early. You can laze around in the sun while live music strums away in the background. Come evening, the markets will transform into a vegan wonderland with heaps of vegan treats and entertainment to choose from. It’s just the ambience you need to unwind after a long week and dive into delicious food without any guilt. Expressions of interest are also open for vegan stall holders.
If you are planning on reaching the vegan night market by public transport, you’re in luck because the markets are right next to the Olympic Park train station. If you’d much rather drive, you can score $7 parking by heading to the P3 parking station.
Head over to their official website for more information.
What: Sydney Vegan Market Nights
When: June 5
Where: Sydney Olympic Park, Cnr Herb Elliott Ave & Showground Rd, Sydney 2127
(All images: Supplied/ Sydney Vegan Market)