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Chinese New Year at Sydney Fish Market

SYDNEY FISH MARKET TO CELEBRATE CHINESE NEW YEAR WITH INAUGURAL NIGHT MARKET

To ring in the Year of the Dog, Sydney Fish Market is hosting its first ever Chinese New Year Night Market, where visitors will have the opportunity to celebrate this annual tradition and feast on an array of seafood options throughout the evening.

WHAT: Chinese New Year Night Market at Sydney Fish Market

WHEN: Friday, 16 February. Sydney Fish Market opens at 7.00am, with the Night Market officially opening from 4.00pm – 10.00pm

WHERE: Sydney Fish Market, Bank St, Pyrmont

PARKING: Free parking from 4.00pm

When:
16/02/2018
Where:
Bank St, Pyrmont, NSW, 2009
How Much:
$0
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