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Sydney Fish Markets are located in Pyrmont just 10 minutes from the centre of the city by taxi, or a leisurely 20 minute walk. Sydney Fish Markets are open everyday of the week.


Most people miss out on the real hustle and bustle of the fish markets at dawn when the fishing vessels dock, unload their nights catch and this is taken to the wholesale auctions for the restaurants and fish merchants to buy their fresh seafood produce.

Their is public viewing areas though you would need to be at the Sydney Fish Markets at 5am and see the good selling. Though there is still plenty to do at the Sydney Fish Markets during the normal hours of day for the general public.

There are quite a few fish merchants selling everything from prawns, lobsters, salmon, oysters and every other type of seafood you could image that come from the sea.

Along with some speciality delicatessen, fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh bread shop and a bottle shop selling a great variety of Australian wines, beers and spirits. There is everything here for you to buy to take home to cook the best seafood meal.

And if you are not so keen to cook yourself there are plenty of places that serve the seafood already prepared and cooked. A choice of fresh seafood platters, freshly shucked oysters, sashimi and sushi and the good old deep fried fish and chips.

Fresh seafood platter

There are also a number of great restaurants at the Sydney Fish Markets. Doyle's (owned by the famous Peter Doyle's) as well as upstairs at the Fisherman's Wharf Seafood Restaurant serving Yum cha daily.

You can either eat inside the fish markets or take your food outside and eat in the fresh air overlooking the wharf with the fishing boats.

If you are unsure of how best to cook seafood the Sydney Fish Markets hold cooking classes upstairs. For more information and a schedule of the classes see the Fish Markets Cooking School website

The Sydney Fish Markets are located at Bank Street Pyrmont. Either catch a taxi there from the city, walk across the Pyrmont Bridge and along Pyrmont Bridge Road or catch the Sydney Light Rail from Central Station

Sydney Fish Markets.


Last Updated 26th January 2010

Fish Merchant at Sydney Fish Markets

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