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LOCAL AND ORGANIC FARMERS' MARKET, Chambers Crescent Car Park, Malak. Opens every Saturday throughout the Dry Season (from end of April to end October), 4-9pm. Local produce, organic food, cooking workshops, yoga, arts and crafts, entertainment.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Chambers Crescent Car Park, Chambers Crescent, Malak, Darwin, Northern Territory 0812, Australia
This small farmers market at the north of Darwin Airport is a good place to eat. You can reach it by bus, and of course easier by car. It is a pleasant way to spent the evening. Much smaller than Mindil Beach Market, but enjoyable...More
Beautiful food with a big variety, Cabbage Rolls, Paella, Spaghetti Meatballs, Curled Ice Cream, French Crepes, Fresh fruit and veggies plus heaps more. One guy was selling Black Garlic! If you love a cheese platter, this is perfect to add to it, very yummy.
Great variety of food freshly prepared. Live music. You can buy and eat at the market at provided tables or do as we did, take you food back home to eat. You can bring your own containers.
Only runs Saturday from 4-9pm from Late April...More
so much of fresh veggies, eggs etc, particularly impressed with the quality and selection of raw cakes there! must try ! love the large sitting area , it is not a grab and go market but plentiful room to sit down and relax :)
I love how ALL of the produce and items for sale are all local (supporting locals is 'key' to any community) AND...
Absolutely love that there in NO Plastic or Soft Drinks available here... It is great to see a local market FINALLY "cracking" into...More
As regular visitors to this little gem of a market, we love that we get an evening out without needing a babysitter. Happily entertained kids AND grown up music! That we can all eat beautiful healthy food - from crepes to vegan bowls, yup we...More
So we regularly go to the malak markets when they are on and always have several sessions of crepes. Tonight, a bad experience of lack of food hygiene. The guy who puts food onto the crepes was wearing gloves. Good, right? But he also wore...More
Hmmmm... I turned up with great expectations because I had heard good things about these markets, only to find a rather disappointing old car park, no available tables and are you meant to bring your own chairs? In any case, because there was no where...More