Bastille Market: a French market in Sydney to buy all your Christmas gifts

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You can buy all your Christmas gifts at the Bastille Market on 28 and 29 novembre at Willoughby in Sydney. Did you realise there are less than 40 days until Christmas? How crazy is that?!

From the same organiser and at the same place as Le Marché Willoughby , the Bastille Market is an altogether different market. 

Bastille Market – Costumes et chateaux


Whereas Le Marché Willoughby is about 90% food, and has a mix of French and Australian stands, the Bastille Market will have about 45 sellers this time around, selling solely French food and French artisanal products.  


The Bastille Market will have as many food stalls as it will artisans. You will find artisanal products such as French jewellery, flea markets, Provençal tablecloths, Marseille soaps, hats, bags etc….

Image: Jacadeaux


Among the stalls at this market, you will find the following:

  • Saucissons Australia
  • French Affair
  • 2 ducks trading 
  • Holala French homewares
  • Mate in France
  • Frencheese
  • La Truffière
  • Sacrebleu
  • Jacadeaux 
  • Le van du livre




This outdoor market is the perfect place to do your Christmas gift shopping and to also catch up with friends in a “COVID-19 safe” environment.

Provencal tablecloths

WHAT: Bastille Market, a French food and artisanal product market (perfect to buy your Christmas gifts)

WHEN: from 9am to 3pm on both Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 November 2020

WHERE: Club Willoughby, 26 Crabbes Avenue, Willoughby

HOW MUCH: Entry to the market is free!


You may also like to follow the market via its Facebook page for more info.


Have you started your Christmas gift shopping yet? Which artisanal products are you giving as gifts for Christmas this year? What’s on your wish list for this Christmas 2020?


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