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6 August 2019We had a ball last Saturday at the Malak Marketplace! Jimmy Shu, Darwin Restaurateur of the popular Hanuman, Darwin, visited our market to film Darwin Delicious! Darwin Delicious is an SBS series out in January 2020. Wooo hooo, we can’t wait!
6 August 2019We had the pleasure of attending the 10th Australasian Ornithological Conference at the Botanical Gardens, it was a spectacular evening! If you would like to hire Malak Marketplace for your Conference or Private Event please contact us!
6 August 2019Did you see us at the Health and Wellness Festival at the Darwin Waterfront last weekend? It’s so nice to meet a new side of town, and tell them all about our amazing markets!
6 August 2019Are you being zero waste, yet? 🌏 The times of plastic straws, plastic cutlery, plastic bags and cling wrap are long gone! ⠀⠀ So, how can you contribute? ⠀⠀ 🌱 Use an alternative to cling wrap! Cling wrap is hard to recycle and risks leaching chemicals into groundwater. Instead, use a Beeswax Wraps from Little... (read more)
6 August 2019Visitors, locals and tourists can now catch the shuttle bus from the CBD to Malak Marketplace thanks to our Partnership with Ethical Adventures! https://ethicaladventures.rezdy.com/303101/malak-market-shuttle
3 July 2019As you’re probably aware, we are a plastic-free market. Yep, our market go-ers have the choice to bring their own containers or use our compostable containers. The thing is: Darwin has no designated recycling place to compost these containers. So although we are one step closer towards a greener market, the containers aren’t getting recycled.... (read more)
25 May 2019We are absolutely thrilled to be mentioned in the UK’s Food and Travel Magazine this month as part of their 48 hours in Darwin feature!
14 April 2019Malak Marketplace’s stallholders for the 2019 season are super excited about starting up again on the 4th of May! With some exciting new vegan, vegetarian and gluten free offerings from our amazing food stalls, we will be focusing on quality and showcasing the best local and organic produce available from our own farmers. Some of... (read more)
16 October 2018Proud as punch! These Indigenous ladies created this masterpiece last week. ? Learn about the different types of objects made from plant fibres – such as baskets for collecting food, knotting for everyday tools and nets for fishing. Maybe even purchase something for yourself. Caroline, Joy, Alice and Helen Guyula from Elcho Island collect their pandanus... (read more)
21 September 2018We had a blast last weekend with the talented Manunda Terrace Primary School and Tara Academy Darwin performing! Also a big thank you to our local singers Dein Cantrill Music and Caleb Sandford! Pssttt.. Would you like your school to perform at Malak Marketplace? It’s open for anyone that can sing, dance, joke or perform!