Sydney’s favourite waterside market is back, with the Watsons Bay Summer Market heading to Robertson Park on Sunday 5th February from 10am-4pm.

The 120-stall market, held on the Watsons Bay foreshore at the ferry stop, will bring together the best Sydney micro retailers and chefs in one spot for a great day of summer shopping and dining.

The market, now in its 7th year, is one of the biggest market events on Sydney’s annual calendar, with more than 10,000+ people expected to attend across the day.

Cambridge Markets director Rebecca Fox said the market group was excited to be bringing the event to this picturesque location for another year, with an even better selection of stallholders than previous years.

“The Watsons Bay market is always a favourite event for Cambridge Markets each year and the summer market is a great day out,” Fox said. “We love bringing this unique mix of retailer, chefs, producers, artists, craftspeople, importers, and traders to Watsons Bay.

“We work very hard to create an interesting blend of stalls so there is literally something for everyone at the market.

“It is also a fabulous place to get together and sit and have something to eat and drink by the sea. The February date is a great timeframe for people who haven’t seen each other since last year to reconnect, catch up and have a great time in a beautiful outdoor setting.  Bring a picnic blanket and your swimmers and enjoy a day out by the water at Watsons Bay.

Stallholders attending the event include:

Azteca — non-alcoholic take home marg mixes, custom salts, chips and salsa Pacifico Optical — hand-crafted sustainable eyewear

Bondi Liquor Company — gins and vodkas distilled in Bondi

Fils De Pomme Australia — French & Australian organic cider, craft beer, wine & seltzer Lilipani — vegan and organic makeup

Wuli Grooming — Australian-made men’s grooming products

I Am Threads — Australian-made, organic cotton children’s clothing

Bottega — boutique Italian gourmet organic food products

Gazal Ceramics — handmade ceramics

DOG by Dr Lisa —luxury dog skincare/lifestyle products by Dr Lisa Chimes, a veterinarian

World food on offer will include Haloumi Me, Damaskis Greek souvlaki, Sizzling Tandori Shack, Sofrito Paella, Authentic Turkish Gozleme, Vietnahnese and the Gnocchi Way

“Markets are always a fantastic community event,” Fox said. “It’s an opportunity for shop pers to get outside and shop and socialise in a wonderful alfresco setting. And the Wat sons Bay setting is one of the most beautiful spots in all of Sydney. You can even go for a dip after you’ve been to the market and catch the ferry home for a true Sydney experience.”

The Watsons Bay Summer Market kicks off a big year of market events for Cambridge Markets, which will be hosting markets across the city all year, from Cronulla to the Pittwater. These seasonal events will be in addition to Cambridge Markets’ regular line up of markets that include:

Cambridge Markets EQ

Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8am-3pm

Entertainment Quarter Lang Rd, Moore Park

Eat Drink Nights

First Friday evening of every month, 5pm-9.30pm (next market: Friday February 3) Marina Square, Wentworth Point

Ryde Wharf Market

Second and fourth Sunday of each month, 9am-3pm (next market: February 12) Anderson Park, Meadowbank

Wentworth Point Market

Third Sunday of each month, 9am-3pm (next market: February 19)

Marina Square, Wentworth Point

“It will be another great year of Cambridge Markets and we are kicking it off in style at Watsons Bay,” said Fox. “We are really looking forward to seeing all our customers and stallholders back for 2023.”


Sunday 5th February 2023, 10am-4pm

Robertson Park, Watsons Bay