Malak Market is a unique market situated on Chamber Crescent car park, Malak, Darwin 0812.
Malak Market has some very special health and wellbeing stalls where you can buy your wholefoods, stock up on organic tea and learn everything about living and eating clean. You can find the Bellesa by Tam stall for essential oils, Pantry at Triskele for organic goods, specialty store/co-op The Organic HairStylist for non-toxic ingredients and natural hair advocacy and Vanessence Care for bush-inspired herbal medicine and health products. A pop-up flea market and beautiful arts and craft also can be found here as well.
Malak Market offers a wide range of food from different countries, including Indonesian, Japanese, Vietnamese, Congolese, Italian and Pacific Islander food. The food is fantastic but the real deal of this market is the people. Don't be shy to ask them about their food and have a chat with them. You can listen to live entertainment from local artists as well.
Check their website for special events that will be happening at the market. On Saturday 27 May 2017, the Green Bus is coming to Malak Market for The Mad Food Science Fair. There will be interactive quirky experiments to teach children to take responsibility for what they put in their mouth, to taste food with their tongue, to know why their body needs a rainbow of fruit and vegetables, to learn how to read food packet labels and to know why real food is so much better for them.
As a parent, you also can learn about how food can affect your child's concentration and behaviour, how to start positive conversations about healthy food at home and how to make better choices together at home.
The Mad Food Science Fair is a free family event that will start from 4pm until 5.30pm. The Mad Food Science Fair will be held at DCA Theatre, Malak Community Square, 16 Malak Crescent Malak, NT 0812 Australia, just opposite from Malak Market. Organiser for The Mad Food Science Fair is The Root Caused. To find more information about The Mad Food Science Fair, please check their website.
Beside The Mad Food Science Fair on Saturday 27 May 2017, you can watch free screening of That Sugar Film. That Sugar Film will be start on 8pm until 10pm. The Sugar Film is about Damon Gameau's unique experiment to find the effects of a high sugar diet on a healthy body, consuming only foods that are commonly perceived as 'healthy'. This movie will forever change the way you think about 'healthy' food. It features guest cameos from the likes of Stephen Fry, Isabel Lucas and Brenton Thwaites, interviews with Gary Taubes, Michael Moss and Dr Kimber Stanhope plus a rocking soundtrack featuring Depeche Mode, Peter Gabriel and Florence and the Machine.
Malak Markets will be open every Saturday from 29 April to 28 October 2017 from 4pm to 9pm. The relaxed atmosphere at Malak Marketplace with seating under the red lantern trees encourages great conversations. The red lanterns and umbrellas give the atmosphere an almost picnic-like feel. Come to Malak Market and support the local people who bring yummy food, art and craft, fresh produce and live entertainment just for you.