Visit Sydney’s Fabulous Fish Market

Visit Sydney’s Fabulous Fish Market

The Sydney Fish Market

The Sydney Fish Market

Located on the shore of Blackwattle Bay, the Sydney Fish Market is the biggest fish market in Australia and the second largest in the world after Tsukiji Market in Tokyo. It was founded in the middle of the 20th century. At first, the market was managed by the local government but in 1994 it was privatized and gradually developed into a tourism spot. There is a saying that to get a sense of a new place, visit its market. Here you can find its cultural features, its specialities and lifestyles; all the aspects of the life are best presented at their market. Like others, the Sydney Fish Market reflects how Australian people enjoy their life.

Inside The Sydney Fish Market

Inside The Sydney Fish Market

One thing that visitors should not miss is a visit to the Sydney Fish Market in the early morning. At that time, like many others fish market, it is crowded with fishing boats. Hundreds of species of fish are on display. According to estimations, about 20 tons of freshly-catch seafood is sold every hour. It is an unbelievable figure. Touring around the market, you will be marveled at the professional seafood industry and the tourism business. The market has a cooking school, a sushi bar, a florist, a vegetable and fruit market and even a gift shop for visitors to buy some souvenirs of their trip. Almost everything can be found here. It seems like that the market, in an attempt to satisfy costumers’ demands, offers best services for its visitors. You can take a tour to see the seafood auctions, a feature of Sydney Fish Market, meet fishermen, watch processing of seafood or learn how to cook some famous dishes here. On the weekend, local people often come here to buy fresh food. They are very friendly and are always willing to introduce the fish market and their specialities to visitors. They are extremely proud of their fresh and delicious seafood.

Rock Oysters From Coffin Bay

Rock Oysters From Coffin Bay

There is a variety of dishes that visitors should not miss when visit the fish market. Don’t lose a chance to try freshly catching rock oysters from Coffin Bay and raw salmons; it will be a great experience in your eating diary. Although it is not easy to have a seat to eat in this market, it would be a fool to leave there without trying some food. You can eat standing or sit with other people in a single seat. It is not really comfortable, of course, but it will be an unforgettable memory in your journey. Sydney has many attractions, together with Opera House, Sydney Bridge, Darling Harbor, the Rocks and Taronga Zoo, the Sydney Fish Market must be added to the must-see list for a perfect trip this city.

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