Christmas will come to life at locations across Sydney when Cambridge Markets hosts a  serious of fabulous festive markets this November and December. 

The market operator will hold markets from Pittwater to Cronulla as well as in the CBD,  with the Martin Place Christmas Market lighting up the city centre. 

“It will be our biggest season of Christmas markets yet,” said Cambridge Markets founder  and director Madelienne Anderson. “We are so excited to bring these markets to locations  across the city and introducing new and existing audiences to a brilliant range of small re 

tailers. Everyone loves a good Christmas market and these will be the best on offer in  Sydney, and across Australia.” 

The Cambridge Markets Christmas events are: 

The Cronulla Christmas Market, Cronulla 

Saturday 18 & Sunday November 19, 10am-4pm 

Martin Place Christmas Markets, Martin Place, Sydney 

Friday, Saturday and Sunday November 24-26 then Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays un til December 23, 11am-8pm 

The Ultimate Christmas Market EQ, Moore Park 

Sunday December 3 2023, 10am-4pm 

The Pittwater Christmas Market, Mona Vale 

Saturday December 9, 10am-4pm 

The Ryde Christmas Market, Meadowbank 

Sunday December 10, 10am-4pm 

Anderson said each market would have a different feel and flavour, with a particular focus  on hyper-local retailers and global food producers at each event. The markets will offer  shoppers a diverse shopping experience, with goods on offer including fashion, gifting,  homewares, plants, festive goods, art, craft, photography, toys, children’s goods, food and  plenty more. 

Each market will also have a beautifully curated hot food experience, with global stalls of fering everything from Moroccan to American cuisine.  

There will also be a focus on festive goods, from wrapping paper, puddings, Christmas  cakes, gingerbread houses and gingerbread biscuits, cards, cherries, wreaths, decorations  and Christmas flowers and candles.. 

Live music will also be a feature of each market, with a special appearance by Santa 

Each market will have different stallholders, with some at the Cronulla Christmas Market  including Scylla Distilling Co (prepackaged alcohol in bottles), LiliPani (vegan and organic  makeup), Bowerbird Jewels (modern handmade jewellery), Tiny Solar Homes and Kris tine’s K9 Treats (100% natural dog treats). 

Stalls at the Martin Place Christmas Markets include Finder’s Distillery (locally made arti san spirits), Mumchiki (boutique children’s clothing), Nougat Limar (gluten-free nougat),  Yum Yum (Swedish candy and Lördagsgodis and AHHA Jewellery. 

At the Ultimate Christmas Market EQ expect Kari Foundation (a First Nations charity sell ing clothing for children and adults), Scent Staples (diffuser oil blends), Flowers by Fran  (hand-made wreaths) and Nora J (pearl jewellery). 

Pittwater’s stalls include Joseph Pawley Ceramics (bespoke pottery), Sent Studio (soy  wax candles), Sea Shells Surf (surfboard covers and combs) and Soka Pantry Co (chilli  oil, dukkah and smoked salt). 

The Ryde Christmas market will have a particular focus on fresh food for all your pre Christmas entertaining needs, as well as speciality gifting stalls. 

“Each of these events is different in its own way,” Anderson said. “The beach markets have  a very chilled coastal vibe, while the city markets are quite arty and urbane.” 

“We encourage shoppers to try more than one market so they can get a good look at the  cream of Sydney’s small business and artistic community. People are making amazing  products, the sort of things you can’t get in shopping centres. These are the best places to  buy for people who are difficult to buy for.” 


The Cronulla Christmas Market, Don Lucas Reserve Cronulla, Sat & Sun, Nov 18-19

Martin Place Christmas Markets, Martin Place, Sydney, November 24 to December 23

The Ultimate Christmas Market EQ, Lang Rd, Moore Park, Sunday December 3

The Pittwater Christmas Market, Winnererremy Bay, Mona Vale, Saturday December 9

The Ryde Christmas Market, Anderson Pl, Meadowbank, Sunday December 10 

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