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Sydney Fish Market (SFM) is the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the world's second largest seafood market in terms of variety outside of Japan. A working fish market, SFM sources product both nationally and internationally...more
Glad there are new plans forged for this old and very run down looking shed. The car parking area is uneven and rough road surfaces. The venue isn't where you want to enjoy an expensive seafood lunch. You need to invest and revamp the whole...More
This is a must go if you are travelling to Sydney, go in the morning and enjoy the sunshine with amazing seafood. You will be able to try Oysters, Lobster, Salmon, Scampis,Scallop and so much more!!! But watch out off the birds which can get...More
A totally unsatisfactory experience. Over priced precooked food that's completely desicated. Terrible coffee and stacks of tourists taking pictures of food. God talk about just beyond awful. If your a local give it a miss.
We came in the middle of the week at 12:30 pm and it was packed. 99% of the clientele were Asians.
It was cold and rainy and it was hard to find a table inside.
The seafood selection was astronomical. I could not even fathom...More
Place - not that crowded on weekdays, kept clean and not smelly at all.
Seafoods - lots and lots to choose from, fresshhh and look at those Lobster and Crabs
You can either just buy fresh seafoods ask them to cook, buy ones that are...More
No much to choose from.great veraty!
Little bit of everything yiu can try
For a affordable price.
If you around 10 AM it's not too crowded.both times that we went it got crowded by noon.
If you sit outside be prepared to chase those hugh...More
We discovered this safood market during our last visit to Sydney.
For seafood lovers this is a must visit.
One can either purchase fresh Australian seafood at one of many outlets or purchase a huge selection of cooked seafood meals.
We had an enjoyable cooked...More
FRESH! There are so many awesome fresh seafood choices you can purchase and eat at the harbour side, love the oyster and seafod platter.
Tips: Beware of the birds, they will steel your food if you didnt keep an eye, and remember to find a...More
I go the fish markets at around 8:30 am during the weekdays to avoid the lunch time rush and buy what I need to take home. For those wishing to have lunch, no later than about 11:00 am would be a good time to look around to... More
I go the fish markets at around 8:30 am during the weekdays to avoid the lunch time rush and buy what I need to take home. For those wishing to have lunch, no later than about 11:00 am would be a good time to look around to see what’s on offer, find a seat and then order your meal. Sitting outside, breathing in the fresh salty air, with the harbour with the fishing boats view and a tasty seafood lunch accompanied by a great Australian white wine will be remembered as a heavenly outing for years to come. Bon Appétit.
For those who seek a unique experience why not try the Sydney Fish Market Wholesale Auction which commences at 5:30 am every week day apart from public holidays. Please note, public access to the wholesale auction is via Behind the Scenes Tours only,
Sydney Fish Market Behind the Scenes Tours are held every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 6.40 am - bookings are required to avoid disappointment. Click here for further information on tours or phone +61 9004 1108
The wholesale auctions are an event in itself. The amount of seafood exhibited (second only to Tokyo) is enormous. The Dutch auction is where the retailers bid on the seafood. The seafood is fresh off the boats and the bidding atmosphere is exhilarating. This is a once in a lifetime experience and never to be forgotten.
Response from traveller22015 | Reviewed this property |
Dear GGG.....I don't have a favourite so I will not make a suggestion of the best place 😎 There are plenty of choices in the markets. All are within easy walking distance (50/100 metres) so you can walk from one outlet to... More
Dear GGG.....I don't have a favourite so I will not make a suggestion of the best place 😎 There are plenty of choices in the markets. All are within easy walking distance (50/100 metres) so you can walk from one outlet to another to find what you think is the best and make your choice. Clams are not a big thing in Australia but I am sure you will find something to your preference. The choices are extensive...so take it easy and enjoy.