Since its beginnings as the noodle markets in 1990, Friday evenings from October to March have been a fun family affair at North Sydney’s Ted Mack Civic Park.
Regulars have enjoyed thousands of delicious meals under the shade of the jacaranda trees and have been treated to live music and other entertainment, making this event a popular and relaxed way to kick off the weekend.
Held every Friday evening during the warmer months, each market has an array of international food stalls, live music and free children’s entertainment at one of North Sydney’s favourite parks. Follow Twilight on Facebook to stay in the loop about the weekly line-up of food vendors and entertainment.
The Twilight Food Fair runs from Friday 27 October to Friday 1 December 2023, then breaks over the New Year period before returning again from Friday 2 February to Friday 8 March 2024
There will be a range of international cuisines available for purchase. Many stalls provide gluten free (GF), vegetarian (V) and vegan (VG) options for everyone to enjoy.
Music and Entertainment
Live music is a big part of the Twilight Food Fair experience. BYO picnic rug, friends and family and enjoy great entertainment while you taste the flavours of the world. Stay tuned for more information on the entertainment program.
Transport and Accessibility
By train: North Sydney Station is approximately a 10-minute walk northbound on Miller Street to Ted Mack Civic Park and the Twilight Food Fair. The station has accessible facilities. For more information, visit Sydney Trains website.
By bus: There are bus interchanges at Neutral Bay and North Sydney for buses to all areas of Sydney and beyond. For full details of timetables, stops and fares, visit Transport for NSW.
Driving and parking: Metered and unmetered parking is available in surrounding streets. Ridge Street car park is located next to Ted Mack Civic Park (fees apply). Its clearance height is 2.1m.