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5 Reviews

  1. lilyardenlao
    Philippines 75 Comments
     -  27 Apr 2018

    Best for quick souvenir shopping

    If you want a one-stop shop for typical souvenirs like t-shirts, keychains, etc., this is the place to do that. The prices are affordable and there are lots of choices. If you’re looking for more unique finds, then maybe head to The Rocks.

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    Nemanja Popović 45 Comments
     -  26 Aug 2017


    This was a lot larger than I had expected. There were a lot of stalls. Good place if you want to look for t-shirts and other souvenirs. They also had the typical flea market stuff like leather goods, key chains, etc. It seemed like most of the stalls had the same merchandise. They did have a good farmers market with a lot of fresh produce and a few places selling food, drinks, and desserts.

  3. EleanorH
    United Kingdom 43 Comments
     -  18 Jul 2017

    Not a good experience

    I expected this market to be like the other markets I’d visited in Australian cities, which were full of live music and interesting stalls full of locally made goods. It wasn’t. It’s a huge hall chock full of stalls selling cheap tat, low quality electronics, and Sydney hoodies & hats. This market could be something of real value to the city but instead it’s just a naff experience. I’d give it a miss.

  4. MarijaA
    MarijaA 10 Comments
     -  17 Mar 2017

    It was good

    The market is located in the center of the city and it’s great if you wish to buy souvenirs or decorative pieces, however they are extremely cheap and made of low-quality materials. If you have a lot of friends and family perhaps dying to get boomerangs, for example, then this is the perfect spot for quantitative shopping.

  5. Karlics
    Karlics 10 Comments
     -  12 Feb 2017

    Fantastic attraction

    Looking for souvenirs? This is the place. Better get there early when is not crowded, you can negotiate the price with most of the sellers

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