on April 16th, 2018

If you’re looking for something to do in Perth, why not check out one of our marketplaces? From souvenirs and artisan handcrafts, to fresh produce, food trucks and live entertainment, there’s something happening in every corner of the metropolitan area.

Fremantle Markets 

The Fremantle Markets have been running for over 100 years and celebrate Western Australia’s culture and heritage. Open year-round on every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday Public Holidays, these markets have everything from homewares, fashion, souvenirs and art, to coffee and fresh produce. Make sure you check out the food stalls, which serve numerous cuisines including Indian, Japanese, Turkish, German, vegan, barbecued meats, pastries, cupcakes and chocolates. There’s also live entertainment and events celebrating Australia’s native wildlife and Indigenous culture. These markets are located on the corner of Henderson Street and South Terrace in Fremantle.

Inglewood on Beaufort Monday Night Markets

This market features food trucks, marquees and shops along Beaufort Street – including restaurants, bars and cafes. With over 70 vendors participating in the event, there are countless cuisines on offer including: Japanese, Filipino, Malaysian, Mexican, Spanish, Argentinian, Brazilian, Moroccan, French, Thai, Italian and Vietnamese. There’s also live music and stores selling artisan gifts. This market runs every Monday evening until the end of April – so get in quick as there’s only a couple of weeks left!

Mount Hawthorn Hawkers Market

Featuring over 15 different food vendors and live music, this is the perfect way to wind down on a Friday evening. The cuisines range from Italian, Spanish and Turkish, to Argentinian, Dutch, Thai and Malaysian. These markets are located in Axford Park, Mount Hawthorn – they finish on April 27, so there are only two more dates left this season!

Mt Claremont Farmers Market

This farmers market is held at Mt Claremont Primary School every Saturday morning, no matter the weather. Start your weekend off with a breakfast from one of the many food stalls, including coffees, fresh juices, sausage sizzles, bacon and eggs, French pastries and crepes. Predominately a fresh food market, there’s an array of gourmet produce available, including fruit and vegetables, fish, meat, eggs, dairy and local condiments and olive oils.

Canning Vale Markets

This market runs every Sunday year-round and boasts over 300 stalls selling everything from furniture, tools, clothing, books, music, plants, and fresh produce. Make sure you visit the small selection of food stands to get your hands on hotdogs and fairy floss! They’re located on Bannister Road in Canning Vale.


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