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Bondi Markets: Sunday

It’s finally upon us! The month we’ve been waiting for, the end of winter!

(Unless you watch Game of Thrones, in which case, winter is finally here!)

With the end of winter comes the welcoming of spring… a new season where the mercury notches a little bit higher and has you thinking that summer’s only just around the corner.  The sun is rising a little bit earlier, the birds are starting to chirp a little louder, trees are bursting into life and there’s a fresh new feel in the air.

At Bondi Markets, the spring season means fresh new ideas and styles and fresh new flavours.

Every weekend is a market doubleheader down on the beachfront grounds of Bondi Beach Public School, a stone’s throw away from the glass doors of QT Bondi.  

This week we’re looking at Bondi’s famous Sunday set-up.

Established in 1993, the Bondi Markets have set up shop every Sunday from 9 till 4 on the colourful grounds of the School and have since become a local weekend ritual and tourist attraction simultaneously.

This year’s spring edition has original clothing from local up-and-coming designers, handmade jewellery, exotic imports, retro furniture, vinyl records, one-off vintage pieces, art and much more that you can get your hands on.

It’s a treasure trove of unique pieces from budding entrepreneurs right on the doorstep of Sydney’s most iconic beach.

Our Hit List:

Lost Lorelei
Created by Lorelei Bookluck, the Aussie fashion label explores romance and drama in its bohemian and beach collections that are on display every Sunday this spring and on Bondi chicks every day this summer. Every piece is made with quality material and careful craftsmanship all with a story to tell, a story that is so Bondi.

Toby and Rosie
These legends have created a wonderful range of natural skincare and soaps that are made of the best local ingredients and are a gift for your skin.  With zero chemicals or synthetics, the entire collection is handmade and homemade with love from Toby and Rosie, a girl from Guatemala and a bloke from Bondi that seriously care about your skin.

The school canteen is open every Market Day raising coin for the kids of the school and the local community. If you’re thinking about food, though, make sure you get down to the Bondi Farmers Market on Saturday. More on that next week.

words by james phillips

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