Blue Mountains Markets

Blue Mountains Markets

For both visitors and locals alike, the Blue Mountains Markets are an important part of any weekend.

In this comprehensive guide we list every regular Blue Mountains Market we know of, give details of their location and timing and will be adding a short review to give you a taste of what to expect.

Please remember that Markets change and evolve. The “must have” coffee roaster that we rave about, may have moved on by the time you visit the market or by the time we get to return to the market. Please feel free to leave comments on your favourite Blue Mountains Markets and individual stall holders in the comments below.

Our local network of Blue Mountains Markets is important for many reasons.

It give visitors a chance sample some local produce, get some art or craft as a special memento of their trip and for many people, it’s often their first stop after driving up from Sydney.

For locals, Blue Mountains Markets often have elements of a community event , a time to catch up with your neighbours and grab some supplies or bargains.

Many community groups use these events to raise funds for their important work or attend them to spread their message.

For many artists and craftspeople, it’s an important economical outlet for their work, and one in which they can get instant feedback from the general public.

Blue Mountains Markets Overview.

We have divided the regular monthly Markets into which weekends they are held on, so you can easily work out which ones are on the particular weekend you want to “hit the Markets!”

There are also a number of more infrequent events like the Springwood Artisan market etc. We have listed these at the end and will update the document as required.

Please note, while all care was taken with the details, we can often only rely on what event organisers provide to us. Some Markets do not take place in January. Some markets can be cancelled in severe weather.

Also, some Markets do not operate in January. We try and note this where possible.


The Events team at the Blue Mountains Council have recently forwarded me a Downloadable Market Calendar. It lists most of the Mountains Markets, Dates, Locations, Email and Website/Facebook. You can either Download a Copy or view it below.

Download the PDF here.



First Weekend of the Month

Rotary Farmer’s and Gourmet Food Market
Glenbrook Infants School, Ross Street, Glenbrook.

1st Saturday of the Month    8 am – 12 noon

Comments –

Also run on the Third Weekend of the Month.

They alternate a Grow, Bake & Make with a Hand Made & General Market, with the Farmers Market on this the First Saturday, but  you might want to check out their regularly updated Facebook Page for more details.

Ideally located in the first village you get to as you start up the Mountains, this is a great first stop for many people.

You can also visit the brand new visitor Center  if you  want some maps, advice or a toilet stop.

Leura CWA Hall Markets
137 Megalong Street, Leura

1st & 3rd   Friday & Saturday

Head down bustling Leura Mall and turn left into Megalong Street. The small CWA Hall is right across the road. It’s a bit of a mixed lot but worth a look. Note – The CWA rents out the space to other groups to run their fundraising efforts there.

Leura First Sunday Market
Leura Public School
Cnr Mount Hay Rd & Willow Park Ave, Leura

1st Sunday of the Month

9am – 2pm

Katoomba Stamp Fair
Girl Guides Hall, 17 Station Street, Katoomba
1st Full Weekend  Sat & Sun    9am – 4pm

Oberon Community & Farmers Market

Oberon Showground
Ross Street

First Saturday of the Month


Second Weekend of the Month

Blackheath Mountain Craft Markets

Blackheath RSL
Bundarra St  Blackheath

Every Weekend         (Not Dec / January)

Blackheath Growers Market
Blackheath Community Centre
Cnr Gardiner St & Great Western Highway  Blackheath

2nd Sunday of the Month    (Not January)

Comments – A very popular Market with around 60 stalls. It was the first Growers Market in the Mountains starting up in 2003.


Third Weekend of the Month

Glenbrook Rotary Markets
Glenbrook Infants School
Ross Street, Glenbrook

3rd Saturday of the Month     (Not January)

8am – 2pm

As mentioned in their First Saturday listing, this one is more of a General and Handmade Market as opposed to the Farmers Market they run on that weekend.

You can check out their Facebook Page for more details –

Magpie  Markets Lawson
Lawson Public School
Great Western Highway Lawson.

3rd Sunday of the Month   (Not January)

9am – 2pm

Comments – This is a very popular Mid Mountains Market held on the school playgrounds. You can’t park on the Highway but there is usually parking available in the surrounding streets. But please be mindful of exactly where you park.

Food, Craft, Books, Plants, Coffee and a great cross section of Mid Mountain folk doing the Sunday morning thing.

Leura CWA Hall Markets
137 Megalong Street, Leura

3rd Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Blackheath Mountain Craft Markets
RSL Hall, Bundarra St, Blackheath

3rd  Sunday of the Month  (Not January)


Fourth Weekend of the Month

Springwood Growers Market
Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub
104 Macquarie Rd, Springwood

4th Sunday of the Month

8.30am – 12.30 pm

Blackheath Mountain Craft Markets
RSL Hall, Bundarra St, Blackheath

4th  Sunday of the Month  (Not January)


Bilpin Community Market
Bilin Community Hall
Bells Line of Road

10am – 12 Every Saturday

Fruit & Veg , Art & Craft.

Please note, while all care was taken with the details, we can often only rely on what event organisers provide to us. Some Markets do not take place in January. Some markets can be cancelled in severe weather.


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