One of Sydney’s biggest tourist attractions after the Opera House, this spot retains the integrity of a genuine fish market. There are fish on ice displays, barrow boys in gum boots lugging around tubs, several seafood retailers, and cafes where you can slurp down freshly shucked oysters or buy live lobster and have it wok fried at the stall. Get down there early, between 7 and 9 am. It’s not as frantic, and the range at the shops is always at its peak. Plus, you might spot a rockstar chef shopping for menu items on their way to work.
Amazing fresh seafood, eat on the spot or grab some seafood to take home and cook.
Sydney Fish Market (SFM) is the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the world's second largest seafood market in terms of variety outside of Japan. A working fish market, SFM sources product both nationally and internationally and trades over 14,500 tonnes of seafood annually -…
Sensational variety of fresh seafood, I would also enjoy the Mud crab vermicelli with XO sauce in Fisherman’s Wharf Australia.
Peruse the Sydney Fish Market and enjoy fish and chips or have mud crab cooked up fresh. Maybe fancy a hand at cooking classes at the Sydney Seafood School.
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“Great place to go in the city to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy city. Nice place to go for quiet meditation, very photogenic and all around a lovely place to go. Many Australian water dragons run around here. ”