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Surrounded by Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Potts Point, Kings Cross itself is vibrant and full of cafes, art-deco buildings and bars with numerous people streaming in from all corners of the globe daily to get a taste of this unique suburb.
However, if you're near Kings Cross on a Sunday – Make sure you stop by the Kings Cross Flower Markets, hosted by Organic Food Markets for your fix of fresh organic produce. It's a lovely way to start your Sunday, surrounded with the scent of fresh-cut flowers.
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The markets are located around the picturesque El Alamein Fountain in Fitzroy Gardens, on Macleay Street, every Sunday, from 9:30 am till 2:30 pm.
The El Alamein Fountain – A refreshing meeting point and market location:
Robert Woodward designed the fountain, which opened in 1961, affectionately knows to some as the Dandelion. If there is a slight breeze the wind changes the look of the fountain, and the spray creates rainbows when hit with sunlight.
Flowers, plants and herbs: Pick up a fresh-cut bunch of flowers like a Cala Lily, Roses, Poppies, Gerberas, or a bunch of Australian natives. If you're after more exotic plants you'll find Bonsai house plants, succulents, potted fruit trees, seedlings, climbers or a quirky cactus or two. Pots are also available to buy for your purchases.
Pick up some colourful bunches of Gerberas - Image facebook.com/pg/Kings-Cross-Sunday-Flower-Market
If you get peckish while wandering the stalls, you will be surrounded by plenty of food options just a few steps away in any direction. Grab yourself a passionfruit Portuguese custard tart or for something a little more substantial like a burger or gozleme.
Try a Passionfruit Portuguese Tart while you enjoy the stalls - Image facebook.com/Kings-Cross-Sunday-Flower-Market