Nightcliff Markets

On Sunday morning the Nightcliff Markets provide an entertaining venue for a stroll among local art and craft stalls, with fresh cooking, coffee and music.

Markets Stalls on Progress DriveMarkets Stalls on Progress Drive

The markets are located in Nightcliff mall, spilling out along Progress Drive at one end and Pavonia Place at the other end.

Local art, crafts and food stalls serve customers while live entertainment is provided by various musicians and bands playing different music styles through the year.


Esther's JewelleryEsther's jewellery
Esther's JewelleryHandmade Jewellery

Inspired by nature, Esther Kingston individually handcrafts her jewellery.

She uses a variety of materials, including fresh water pearls, silver, gemstones and coloured glass.

Body soaps on displayNightcliff Body Soaps

Voted as the 2004 Australian Gift of the Year, Solid Perfume Balms made by Viva La Body are just part of a range of all-natural, totally handmade bath, body & skincare preparations.





Galah on mans shoulderYou might meet a visiting Galah.
Orchid displayOrchids are among the many plants available for local gardeners.
Nightcliff Community Bank®Nightcliff Community Bank®

Although there are no banks open on a Sunday morning, Nightcliff Community Bank® has an ATM available in Progress Drive on the corner of the Mall.

Bank opening hours
Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 12am

For more Information
ph 8948 4485







For more information on Darwin Art & Craft Markets;
Darwin Markets

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Darwin Sunday Markets

Palmerston Markets

Coolalinga Rural Markets

Darwin Craft Fairs



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