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Malak Marketplace Top 10 Farmers Market in Australia!

25 April 2018

TOP 10!!! We’ve just been named one of Australia’s Top Ten Best Farmer’s Markets by Qantas Travel Insider! In Darwin, they keep it seasonal as a matter of necessity – it wouldn’t do to have your stallholders and shoppers washed away in the wet season. But if you’re around during the dry, stop in at Malak... (read more)

Nothin’ Like The ‘V’ Thing, Baby!

2 April 2018

The food at Malak Marketplace is getting naughty this month. Martin Wildman and Kelly Ready from Needle In a Haystack – Street Bistro are bringing the dirty burger craze to Darwin with a vegan edge for their new stall Nothin’ Like The ‘V’ Thing, Baby! Wildman says the idea has been brewing since being introduced... (read more)

Malak Marketplace Stallholder Applications for 2018 OPEN!

1 February 2018

The Malak Marketplace Committee invites you to become part of a very special market in Darwin. Our 2018 Season runs every Saturday afternoon and evening from Saturday 28th of April to Saturday 27th of October 2018 (27 weeks of business, promotion, conversation, community!) We look forward to hearing from the wonderful stallholders of 2017 and welcoming... (read more)

Australia Day Awards!

25 January 2018

We are so thrilled to have received a Nomination for Community Event of the Year 2017 and our Chair, GM and Co-Founder Lina Paselli was a Nominee Finalist for Darwin’s Citizen of the Year Award in recognition of her passion, drive and dedication as a volunteer in creating Darwin’s most authentic locals market with an artistic and... (read more)

Malak Marketplace Celebrates its Season

10 November 2017

The Malak Marketplace family of volunteers and stallholders celebrated the end of their third and most successful market season with a special dinner on Saturday. Along with a delicious mostly plant based dinner, guests and stallholders enjoyed a presentation of all that the market achieved during the Season including its sustained focus on organic, healthy... (read more)

Clean Living Takes a Tour of the Market

5 October 2017

Join Malak Marketplace’s General Manager and co-founder of Clean Living in the Tropics, Lina for an informative and personalised, small group tour of Darwin’s award-winning Malak Marketplace on Saturday 7 October (6pm), meet the extraordinary farmers and stallholders, learn how to shop differently and kick-start your clean living lifestyle. You will receive a FREE Malak... (read more)

An Authentic Eco Tourist Destination – Malak Marketplace

22 September 2017

Malak Marketplace is the only market in Darwin that has significantly committed its management practises and stallholders to eco-friendly and sustainable development. A visit to Malak Marketplace from interstate and overseas visitors and tourists supports ecotourism. It can help inform and inspire ecotourists through Malak Marketplace’s promotion of cultural awareness and commitment to environmental responsibility.... (read more)

Grocery Shopping, Malak Marketplace Style!

20 September 2017

Everything you will every need all in one spot, including recycled toilet paper! 

More Transparency when shopping @ Malak Marketplace

21 August 2017

Malak Marketplace is working really hard to make a difference by encouraging organic/local produce and products and sustainable environmental practices.  Clean Living in the Tropics has devised the Clean Living Frond Rating as a way of making clean living, sustainable, environmentally friendly and/or organic approaches taken by businesses and individuals apparent to consumers. Frond Ratings are displayed in our guide... (read more)

Getting Snapped at Malak Marketplace

8 June 2017

When you enter Malak Marketplace at Chambers Crescent Carpark on Saturdays during the Dry Season, events or programs held at Malak Marketplace, you enter an area where photography, audio, and video recording may occur. The photographs that capture so beautifully the spirit of Malak Marketplace are taken by a team of volunteer photographers, including the... (read more)