Artisans Market Glebe

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Artisans Market Glebe


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140 Glebe Point Road (cnr Bridge Road), Glebe NSW 2037


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  • Event: Artisans Market Glebe
  • Address: 140 Glebe Point Road (cnr Bridge Road), Glebe NSW 2037
  • Dates: 13 March, 12 June, 11 September, 11 December 2021.
  • Entry Cost: Free

Artisans Market Glebe (formerly known as Glebe Artisans Market) grew out of a couple of informal craft markets attached to the Glebe Art Show. It was recognised that there was a real need for opportunities for local artisans to showcase their goods to the community.

The Market is organised by a non-profit community group dedicated to promoting the unique and beautiful products created by individual designers and artists.

Glebe is a charming suburb with fine heritage buildings, many of architectural significance. Its bustling main street leads to the waters of Rozelle Bay and extensive walkways and parklands around the harbour foreshores.

Artisans Market Glebe (formerly known as Glebe Artisans Market) is held quarterly in lovely Dr H J Foley Rest Park on the corner of Glebe Point Road and Bridge Road. There are ample cafes and eating places in the near vicinity offering a great range of coffees, food and snacks.

Since it’s commencement in 2016, the Market has grown from strength to strength. From its humble beginning of about 30 stalls it now caters for in excess of 60 creative artisans and is fast developing a reputation as one of the best true artisan markets in Sydney.

In 2018 the Artisans Market Glebe became fully incorporated as a non profit Association. We are proud to say that the Market has been able to make local donations to schools, a women’s refuge, a youth club, a rehab centre and an indigenous education college.

Being a carefully curated event, the emphasis is on bringing you the best in handmade Australian creations. From a high quality mix of homewares, fashion, jewellery, art, beauty products and more, everything is created by the stallholders.

Come and meet the makers and support Australian designers, artisans as well as the local community.