Danish Christmas Market
Snack your way through Danish open sandwiches, pancakes and hotdogs while you shop for the perfect Christmas gift.
November 25, 2022
The Danish Christmas Market is returning for another year of authentic eats, tunes and gifts. Each year as the festive season kicks off, the Danish Church in Australia brings a big dose of Scandinavian cheer and culture to north-west Sydney.
The market hosts a range of stores selling wares and knick-knacks destined to be wrapped and placed under the tree, as well as Danish Christmas tunes bringing a heap of festive spirit. The highlight of the market, however, has to be the food.
Alongside an array of take-home eats like Danish lollies, chocolates, bread and condiments, there will be stalls on-site serving up northern European favourites for you to devour on the day. Take your pick from the smørebrød (open sandwiches topped with the likes of smoked salmon, eggs and deli meats), æbleskiver (round Danish pancakes paired with jam and icing sugar), and a staple of the Danish culinary world — hotdogs with crispy onions, pickles and remoulade.
This is the first time since 2019 that the market has been able to take place IRL due to the pandemic, so expect extra cheer from the organisers and volunteers. The market will kick off at 9am, running until 3pm, and entry is free.