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Quay Quarter Lanes Markets

Circular Quay is home to the first monthly fresh produce market this close to the Sydney CBD.
By Alec Jones
October 31, 2022
By Alec Jones
October 31, 2022

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The Cambridge Markets team behind the Ryde Wharf Markets and the Entertainment Quarter Markets is introducing a newcomer to their happy family of fresh produce providers – in the CBD, no less. Just a stone's throw from the Circular Quay ferry terminal and train station, the Quay Quarter Lanes will be adding this new Market to their already expansive dining precinct (of two city blocks and a 49-storey tower), opening for the first time on Wednesday, November 9.

You might be familiar with the Customs House/Quay Quarter precinct as a food festival venue (the Bastille day market in particular), but this is the debut of a fresh produce market in Sydney's CBD. The recently-renovated Loftus Lane creates a buzzy enclosed setting where you can get up close and personal with the markets' 40 stalls and vendors.

Speaking of vendors, look for Quay Quarter locals like Zini Gelato, Adora Chocolates, Grana and Bubble Nini Teas; joined by market mainstays such as Farmer and Son produce, Berliner Bakery, Stephen Hodges Fish, Savannah Estate Winery, Brother Mountain Macadamias, Le Saucier pasta sauces and Bacca cured meats. Plus, calorie-intensive delights from Jeery's Tacos and Thicc Cookies.

Starting on Wednesday, November 9, the Quay Quarter Lanes Market will take place outside Customs House and stretch out and back to Loftus Lane on the second Wednesday of every month. See the website for more information.

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