The Streets of Barangaroo are going to be hosting their Artisan Markets again this year on Saturday 13 May (Mother’s Day weekend).
From 10am to 4pm, The Streets will come alive with over 40 stalls boasting carefully curated artisanal wares. Visitors will be able to peruse aisles of ceramics, prints, homewares and jewellery, while supporting local businesses and enjoying free live music.
Amongst the many stallholders are:
  • Amber’s Food Wraps: Aboriginal designed, owned and made using Dreamtime fabric designed in the Northern Territory – the perfect solution to end single-use plastics
  • Bel & Brio: selling alcoholic and non alcoholic hampers filled with a diverse selection of gourmet food & fine wines.Their team will be creating bespoke hampers for gifting
  • Mama Liu’s: a Sydney based small family business, specialising in a small batch Chinese chilli oil. We believe food is a labour of love, our chilli oil is handmade and hand bottled in south west Sydney
The markets have a large focus on sustainability, with CandleXchange (high quality fragranced candles in reusable glass and ceramic containers), Dula Australia (swimwear and activewear crafted from recycled materials), 4evaeco (family-owned small business who’ve created family friendly, sustainable tableware) and Amber’s Food Wraps amongst many.
Of course, there’s also a great range of delicious eats along The Streets of Barangaroo for when the hunger hits. Further info and full list of stallholders here

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