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Middle Head Market

arrow UPDATE: Market recommences 22 July
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Hours

From 8am to 2pm, every Wednesday

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Transport
  • Car
  • Bus
  • Ferry
  • Foot 
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Meeting point
  • Car Park 3, 1110 Middle Head Rd, Mosman NSW 2088, Australia
  • Located next  to Middle Head Café

 

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Complete your weekly grocery shop at the Middle Head Market – a country-style bazaar, set within coastal bushland on Mosman's peninsula.

Operating every Wednesday from 8am to 2pm, the market is an opportunity to stock up on fruit, veggies, gourmet cheese and other produce, or purchase artisan products including homewares and fashion. While you’re perusing the stalls, enjoy live acoustic music and keep your energy up with a coffee, ice cream or hot bite. See you there!

Plan ahead

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By car: Drive along Middle Head Road, Mosman until the road intersects with Chowder Bay Road at the HMAS Penguin roundabout. Continue through the roundabout for parking facilities at Middle Head.

By bus: Sydney Buses operate buses to Middle Head on weekdays. The 244 service, which departs from Wynyard, stops along Middle Head Road and Chowder Bay Road.

By ferry: Sydney Buses operate the 238 services, which collects passengers who arrive by ferry at Taronga Zoo’s Athol Wharf from Circular Quay. Once aboard the 238 service, alight on Middle Head Road near Beaconsfield Road and walk 15 minutes to reach Middle Head.

By private boat: Vessels (including water taxis) can drop off visitors at Clifton Gardens Wharf, adjacent to Chowder Bay, and may anchor off the beach. To reach Middle Head by foot, head along Chowder Bay Road until it intersects with Middle Head Road.

For public transport information, including timetables, visit the Transport NSW website.

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There are currently no disruptions at Middle Head. 

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Paid and accessible parking is offered at the Middle Head Parking Area and the Clubhouse Parking Area, off Middle Head Road. Parking meters accept coins (Note: No change facilities available) and MasterCard or Visa (Note: Minimum transaction amount is $4). Hourly and daily rates apply, and there is a surcharge on the weekend (Note: parking rates and time limits are subject to change). Subject to sign-posted time limits, parking is free of charge for motorcycles and drivers with Mobility Scheme Permits.

Parking permits issued by Mosman Council and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service are not valid in Harbour Trust parking areas.

Fact sheet: Paid parking facilities – rates

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Public toilets, including an accessible toilet, are located near Middle Head Oval. Many areas of Middle Head are accessible to wheelchairs, mobility scooters and strollers; however, there are some uneven surfaces and bushwalking tracks include stairs and low to medium inclines.

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The park is patrolled by rangers from 8am to 4pm and by security personnel from 4pm and 8am. In the event of an emergency, dial 000 or 112 if mobile reception is poor. To contact a ranger during an emergency, call 0432 750 714 (8am to 4pm). Alternatively, to contact a security officer, call 0433 631 572 (4 pm - 8 am).

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For your own safety, and to protect the park’s flora and fauna, please remain on the dedicated walking or bike tracks when exploring the bushland and observe the following rules, enforceable by our rangers:

Conditions of entry: Do not feed wildlife; keep dogs on a leash; do not litter, dump rubbish or leave dog waste; do not camp overnight; do not erect gazebos or marquees (without a permit); do not operate remote-controlled vehicles (including drones); do not smoke, light fires or use portable barbeques; remain on dedicated bush tracks; do not play amplified music (without a permit) or create excessive noise; do not undertake commercial activities (without a permit); do not hold private functions (without a permit); do not disturb plants, soil and rocks; do not ride bikes, skateboards or scooters on footpaths or walking tracks; do not climb walls, fortifications, sculptures or cliffs.

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As the situation unfolds, our priority is the health and safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers. Currently, Harbour Trust sites remain open to the public; however, we are monitoring the situation vigilantly.

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