From Sydney Tower to #Sydney Fish Market #, the subway to the Central Station, transfer to the light rail to the fish market, although the journey is fortunate, there is no limit to eating goods!
Sydney's fish market ends at 4 pm, although it is open at 7 o'clock in the morning, but you can participate in the behind-the-scenes tour at 5:30, and experience the process of selecting materials. Australians are very responsible, almost all mail, will definitely reply to you the next day.
All prices will be marked on the fresh, you can take a trip to plan a meal and then a single order.
The oyster concentration camp at the gate - the basic standard is the Australian dollar, 6 one dozen prices.
Tip: Need to talk about it here, because the lobster is divided into Australian dragons and non-Australian dragons, you have to buy expensive ones. If you want to eat raw, go to the peter next door to buy a living.
Tip: Specially recommended New Zealand's prawn, almost a dozen Australian dollars, more fresh than the domestic, full, must not miss.
If you are in trouble, you can choose an platter. A hearty meal is really satisfying. #
The Sydney Fish Market is the largest fish market in Sydney and Australia with a mix of wholesale, retail and catering. It ranks second in the world in terms of seafood and is the largest fish market in the Southern Hemisphere. It sells more than 100 kinds of seafood products every day, about 65 tons of fresh seafood that has just been salvaged. This is a colorful and vibrant fish trading venue. The fresh fish market is open to customers at 7:00 in the morning for sales. The batch of fish market transactions starts at about 5 o'clock in the morning and starts to dock a variety of fishing boats near the Gulf Pier. The freshly harvested fresh seafood comes ashore and some are to various places. Since we didn't do the Raiders beforehand, we went in the evening, and only a seafood dinner could be made. The harbor of the fish market is also unique. The sunset, the fishing boats and the bridge constitute a beautiful landscape.
The Sydney Fish Market is a combined wholesale, retail and catering market. If you are a seafood lover, the Sydney Fish Market is definitely a must for Sydney. There is a variety of seafood from Australia and abroad: huge Australian lobster, king crab, oysters, salmon, squid and more. Many seafood stores sell already processed seafood, or you can have it processed in other locations within the market which should be less expensive and very fresh. In addition to trying delicious food in a restaurant, you can take it outside and enjoy a delicious picnic.