Welcome

Welcome to our Market Shops

Sands Creations at Ettalong Markets, NSW
Sand's Creations
Home Decor & Gifts
Ladies Fashion
Haberdashery from Hers
Spirit Connections
Come to hear the future from Psychic Sandy Cee

These are just some of the many shops we have here at Ettalong Markets. We welcome you to come and visit us. We are open every weekend of the year as well as holiday Mondays. Each and every store is managed by the business owner.

When you come along on Sundays, we also have a lucky door prize which changes every week. The entertainer will draw the winning ticket out at 1.00pm and let us all know who the lucky visitor is.

We have cafes, restaurants, and a multi-screen cinema complex within the resort so there is a great deal to do and see. Why not make this weekend the weekend to visit. Click here to see how to find us.

Set  beneath Ettalong Beach Tourist Resort, brick paved walkways meander through a  bustling Market, open every weekend & Public Holiday Mondays.

Discover clothing, shoes, jewelleryhomewares, kitchenware, arts & crafts, antiques, curios, rugs, luggage,  electrical items, plaster fun, leatherware, imported  bargains, fruit & vegies, massasge therapist, psychic readers, watches & more.  The Central Coast’s premier undercover markets was established in 1979.

Children’s entertainment & live singing performances add to the atmosphere daily. Accommodation is available & cinema complex as well to enjoy the whole weekend here!

NO PARKING HASSLES-WE HAVE A CARPARK WAITING FOR YOU!

Ettalong Markets, as review by Dora Bona of WeekendNotes.com 27th July 2011

“If you’ve never been to the Ettalong Markets, you’re missing a real treat and a fabulous day out. Ettalong is a quiet village near Umina and Woy Woy, and is home to the largest undercover market on the Central Coast.

If you live on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, the quickest and easiest way to get to Ettalong and add to a delightful day, is to drive to Palm beach, park your car and take the half hour ferry ride over to Ettalong. Ferries leave frequently, and if you happen to get there early, you can enjoy a stroll or a cup of coffee around Palm Beach wharf.

Every Saturday and Sunday – plus public holiday Mondays, the sleepy little village of Ettalong comes to life with a bustling market.

But it’s not just market stalls at Ettalong Markets. The venue is set amongst restaurants, cafes, a 6 screen cinema called the Cinema Paradiso, and an outdoor cinema as well”….Read the rest of Dora’s review here.