An open-air Aboriginal arts, crafts and bushfood market is coming to Barangaroo (Sydney)

Aboriginal arts, crafts, bushfoods and entertainment are heading back to Sydney’s stunning harbour headland park at Barangaroo Reserve on Sunday 24th September. Blak Markets, a dedicated pop-up market showcasing many aspects of Aboriginal culture, will pop-up at Stargazer Lawn on the day, kicking off at 10am and wrapping up at 4pm.

The open-air market will be made up of over 20 stalls selling a diverse range of products and food by Aboriginal makers and producers from around NSW, sitting alongside an opening smoking ceremony by Margaret Campbell from Dreamtime Southern X and a program of live music, dance performances, workshops and traditional Indigenous games.

“We’re excited to invite Sydney locals and visitors back to Barangaroo to soak up free, family-friendly entertainment and browse an eclectic range of handmade items, accessories, jewellery, art, photography, and bush tucker as part of a vibrant experience of Aboriginal culture”, said Peter Cooley, CEO of organisers First Hand Solutions. “The Black Markets is a great chance to buy locally made, one-of-a-kind gifts and products directly from the people who made them in the knowledge that 100 per cent of the profit goes to Aboriginal communities”.

For more information on what’s in store throughout the day click HERE.

Blak Markets at Barangaroo

Where: Stargazer Lawn, Barangaroo Reserve, Barangaroo, NSW
When: Sunday 24th September; 10am-4pm