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Markets in Darwin

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Published September 5th 2018
Fresh produce, local products and lot of fun
Markets in Darwin are not only about selling goods or services but are about sourcing local products and rekindling community connections. From buying locally grown products to tasting deliciously cheap eats from around the world, you can find it all at Darwin's markets.

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Locally grown fresh produce

There are seasonal markets in Darwin, usually during the dry season from April to October, such as Mindil Beach Markets, Malak Markets and Palmerston Markets. But some markets can be found all through the year, such as Parap Markets, Nightcliff Markets and Rapid Creek Markets.

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Spectacular sunset at Mindil Beach Markets

Each market has its own character. Malak Market is well-known for organic produce, Mindil Beach Markets is famous for its spectacular sunset over Arafura Sea, Rapid Creek Markets is well loved because of its fresh Asian greens, such as kangkung, water spinach, lemongrass, basil, kaffir lime and pandan leaves, and City Boutique Markets is distinguished by its high-end products.

markets, Darwin, Northern territory, shopping

If you are willing to do a bit drive out of Darwin, there are some markets that worth to visit, such as the Rural Coolalinga Markets, Palmerston Markets, Fred Pass Rural Markets and Berry Springs Markets. There's also seasonal market such as art and craft markets, market for Christmas and baby/kids products.

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Free entertainments

Darwin's markets bring people together, with plenty of hand-shaking, back-slapping and cheek-kissing. With so many markets to choose, you can go to market that is convenient for you, either on Saturday or Sunday, in the morning or evening, outdoor or indoor.

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Outdoor massage anyone?

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