Sydney welcomes a new farm fresh market to its inner west with the launch of Summer Hill's Flour Mill Markets. Taking over the forecourt of the historic Mungo Scott building, part of the almost-complete Flour Mill of Summer Hill residential and food precinct, the markets will run every second Sunday from September 15.
Food, flowers and other high-quality produce will, of course, be front-and-centre at the new biweekly market. Expect stalls from Brickfields Bakery, Hugo's Coffee Cartel, Pastries de Paris, The Grate Cheese Co and Hartley Harvest. There'll be lots of small goods and non-edible items — such as ceramics and decorative flowers — from a host of local vendors, too.
With a focus on sustainability and environmentalism, the market will be a plastic-free zone, with biodegradable packaging provided and discounts for those who bring their own keep cup.
The 100-year-old Mungo Scott building, once a functioning flour mill, has been renovated as part of the Flour Mill of Summer Hill precinct and will host more food and restaurant pop-ups, art shows and workshops in the near future. We'll let you know when they're announced.
Flour Hill Markets runs from 9am–1pm
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