As Sydney hosts many Australian designers headquarters, there's more people who work in the Fashion industry that live here. Some lucky people get their designers gears for free, or heavily reduced (up to 80% off retail price for faulty items). That explains why many fashionistas brace the cold weather to come here as early as 7AM, hoping to get their hands on designer pieces at such a low price. One time when I was there few months ago I bought few designer items things off the ladies from the biggest Fashion PR company in Australia, Marie Claude Mallat :)
It's in Milson Pt, next to Luna Park. Conveniently located underneath Milson Pt train station, it can be easily reached by train (catch a North Shore line). It can be a challange to find a car spot there though. Below I took a picture with Luna Park in the background. Bought the vintage sunnies for $5.
List of my favourite food stalls:
- The Dutch poffertjes/ Dutch pancakes dessert $9 for pancakes with the lot (cream & ice cream)
- The Japanese Okonomiyaki (savoury pancake), the stall run by the Japanese as they're 2 of them selling the same pancake
- Indian pancake, with curried potato & cheese inside, dipped in sweet chilly sauce.
- Sugar cane juice (very rarely available though)