Don't just take our word for how great Bondi Markets are.... 

“Bondi has talented, young student designers offering great deals as well as vintage furniture and knick-knacks.”

Akira Isogawa, The(Sydney) magazine  


“Sass & bide were selling at the Bondi Markets when I first stocked their range”.

Louise Eselin - The (sydney) magazine 


“A chance encounter at Bondi Markets in 1994 led to her first retail range being stocked by Bracewell”

Peggy Dickson, City Magazine


“Kylie Minogue bought something off us at Bondi…….”

Martin & Craig - The Big Issue


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“Bondi markets are fantastic because you find things there that you’ll never see in the shops – and a girl’s gotta love a bargain.”

Madeline West, The Sun-Herald


“Realising they were onto a winner, the pair…..hired a stall at Sydney’s Bondi Markets. Within two hours, they had sold 80 T-shirts and Rockyourbaby was born.”

SMH Good Weekend


Top shopping spots around the world and in Australia?

"I love Milan and Bondi Markets”

Colette Garnsey (General Manager of Women's Fashion, David Jones)  Sydney Morning Herald


“Bondi Markets are good for some 50’s and ‘60’s style furniture, second hand clothes, books and records, designer fashion and jewellery, as well as a good bit of star spotting You may see Bondi residents like…….as well as everyone who works in magazines and fashion in Sydney!” 



“If you can get in early to beat the crowds, it’s well worth a look. You’ll find a mix of new and old and if you’re lucky you could discover the next big thing – a few of our brightest designers started there, including Sass & Bide and Lover.”

Leona Edmiston, The (sydney) magazine


“Pick up a refurbished antique clock, a retro 80’s record or some imported Eastern furniture while you weave through the busy crowd, stopping at brief exhausted intervals to admire the silk-screen stencil art and designs of the local community.” 

City Search  


"A number of designers made their start at the markets including Susien Chong, founder of fashion label Lover, which is now stocked in stores across Australia and overseas"

The Sun Herald 


“The rich diversity of people and lifestyles, which make Bondi so unique, is nowhere reflected more obviously, than in the wares here on sale.” 

Bondi Visitors Guide 


“Imagine finding the perfect pair of black velvet flares-the exact ones you’ve been desperately searching for in every city store for weeks and instead of paying $200, they’ve been marked down to $5! Impossible? Welcome to the wonderful world of the flea market!”

Eliza O’Hare, Cosmopolitan 


“Here’s what turns Sydney on……BEST shopping: Oxford St, Paddington followed by Bondi Markets and the The Strand Arcade.”

The Daily Telegraph  


“Somewhere to be seen while snapping up beachside bargains. Up-and-coming designers and artists tout their wares here as the funky set snaps up chic street wares such as fashion t-shirts, hip bags and unique jewels."

The Sun-Herald


“Shopping here on a sunny Sunday morning for clothes, art works, handmade soaps and furniture is what it’s all about. Enjoy the laid back vibe, and then check out your purchases at one of the cafes nearby." 



“Think Bondi glamour meets bohemia at this market, This is where bikini girls, soapie starlets, film producers and beautifully tanned people come to shop for funky clothing, homemade jewellery, organic stuff and baby clothes. There’s also a great line of in original homewares, quirky knick-knacks, and used furniture....The key word here is definitely funky”

Stephen Lacey, The Sun Herald 


“And finding that fabulous cashmere ‘60’s number at the Bondi market for a snip is – you guessed it – a luxury!” 

The Fashion Handbook


“One of the hugely popular weekend attractions at Bondi Beach are the eclectic, bustling and colourful Bondi Beach Markets.” 

Bondi Visitors Guide  


“Clothes, objects d’art, bric-a-brac and crafts are the stars at this longstanding Bondi attraction.”

Qantas (magazine) 


“The Bondi markets are also a great place to find unique pieces.”

Bondi ballerina, Vicki Attard. Daily Telegraph