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Glebe Markets: A Market With Traditional Twist

Glebe Markets

Looking for a great buy? Or eyeing for that fashionable vintage clothes? Or scouting for that unique ornament for your house?

Glebe, a suburb in the inner west of Sydney, transforms their public school into a lively and colourful traditional market every Saturday. The stalls that abound the four corners of Glebe Public School offer distinct and unusual treasures.

Treasures that will undeniably spark delight amongst the fashionistas, collectors and seekers of handmade crafts.  From vintage clothes to quirky jewelleries and accessories, this market is a haven for those who are passionate about fashion. Stylish bags of all sorts and sizes are also readily available. Collectibles like CDs and books are amongst the staples in the market. Crafts that are painstakingly made by artistic hands and creative minds flourish in some booths.

Besides artsy things, shoppers get to taste a variety of different gastronomic delights. Foods from diverse cultural background are sold at reasonable prices, which are not just amusing to see but delectable in taste as well. Sampling these countless gourmet pleasures from numerous kiosks in the market will make you ask for more.

Glebe Markets is open every Saturday from 10 in the morning to 4 in the afternoon. It is a market that fuses the unconventional and traditional twist to your usual typical bazaar.

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4 thoughts on “Glebe Markets: A Market With Traditional Twist

  1. They’ve got really nice pieces of bangles there. Love to own some of those.

    Posted by Sally W | August 7, 2012, 5:04 PM
  2. I love Glebe Market! I stayed in Glebe for a couple of weeks at a hostel called Rooftop Backpackers and really fell in love with Glebe. There are so many quirky little cafes and cute restaurants as well as the great market.

    Posted by Monica Stott (@TheTravelHack) | August 8, 2012, 11:10 PM
  3. hi friend..
    nice your blog..
    i like it and interesting.

    Posted by wirman | August 10, 2012, 5:51 PM

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