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Malak Marketplace

Darwin Region Community

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Open Hours: 4pm - 9pm Saturdays

A unique, community market for Darwin full of food, flavour and fun Malak Marketplace opens in Malak at Chambers Crescent Car Park, from 4pm until 9pm every Saturday starting from Saturday 28th of April to Saturday 27th of October 2018 (27 weeks) with approx. 70 stallholders attending.

Description

Do you want to know what is it about Malak Marketplace that keeps bringing locals and visitors back? It’s the chance to:
• Meet growers selling locally-produced, organic, fresh produce
• Buy fruit, veges, meat, eggs, flowers and more direct from the farmers
• Eat your way around the world without leaving Darwin
• Shop for handmade products presented by local artists and crafters
• Learn about health, beauty and lifestyle products inspired by nature and clean living
• Find out about the market’s unique frond rating and sustainability policy
• Enjoy great live music from local bands and talent
• Keep the kids entertained with juggling, clowns, face-painting, arts and craft activities
• Discover new treasures including antiques, clothing, plants and people…
… just sit back under the shaded umbrellas and unwind from the week.

Map & Directions

Chambers Crescent Malak NT 0812

Directions

How to Find Malak Marketplace

Easy to reach by car, bus or foot.
Malak Marketplace, Chambers Crescent Car Park, Malak Darwin, Northern Territory.

Head towards the Airport on McMillans Road until you you reach the sign Malak Shopping Centre. There is ample parking, although you may have park your car and build up an appetite with a short walk during the market’s busiest times.

Go By Bus

Save your fuel money to spend at the market and hop on a bus. Bus service 12 stops at the Marketplace leaving from Casuarina Interchange at 15:17, 16:27, 17:27 and 18:57.

View Route-4 (Casuarina-to-Darwin) timetable and Route-4 (Darwin-to-Casuarina)

View Route-10 (Casuarina-to-Darwin) timetable and Route-10 (Darwin-to-Casuarina)

View Route 12 timetable and bus route map.

Phone 0421955282

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News

Information for market-goers, stallholders and community members is posted on the www.malakmarketplace.org.au website - includes information about the market, its sustainability policy and use of the frond rating, blog and free recipes featuring organic and clean eating.

Special Events

Saturday 28th April is Opening Night at Malak Marketplace - The market opens for the Dry season and features its unique multicultural vibe and organic focus with street bistro from around the world of the highest standard, handmade arts and crafts from established and emerging local talent, live entertainment suitable for all the family and buskers. There are also presentations, cookery classes, craft workshops and special community events this year during market hours.

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