The Good Food Month Night Noodle Markets are back for another year! That means plenty of delicious food, including Peking Duck fries and special edition Messina creations, plus a ton of fun activities for everyone. Whether you’re there for the dragon dances, the food, the drinking, or the family fun times, you’ll be sure to enjoy yourself at the Night Noodle Markets.
The nitty gritty
Where is it?
Hyde Park, Sydney
When is it on?
October 8th to October 25th, 2015.
Fri 5pm–11pm, Sat 4pm–10pm
When is the best time to visit?
With family: Sunday to Wednesday nights
With friends: Thursday to Saturday nights
What’s entry cost?
It’s free! But you will get your bag checked upon entry. Strictly no alcohol allowed in.
There are a ton of food stalls, with everything from noodles (duh!), ice cream, chips on a stick, dumplings, and probably anything else you can think of. Mmm… chips on a stick = deep fried goodness.
I really liked the lit up trees. So pretty.
Plus, there’s drum players and light up dancing dragons throughout the night! This is the dragon before it turned into a rainbow of neon.
There are also plenty of brands at the Night Noodle Markets, many with super cool set ups.
One of the best brands at the event is Harvey Norman, who have a Fitzone at the Night Noodle Markets.
At the Fitzone, you can try on the range of Fitbits, or maybe you just want to chill out in a giant Fitbit.
This was one of the busiest places in the Night Noodles Markets that wasn’t food-oriented. Know why? Because there’s a DJ people, a live DJ and a dance floor, so you and your family and friends can burn off a few of those Night Noodle Market calories.
Plus, there’s plenty of seating so you can eat your food and listen to tunes in comfort.
Lastly, you can register to win your very own Fitbit Charge HR. Just register online or at the event and participate at one of the hourly dance offs. Dance offs occur from 7pm every Thursday to Saturday, so there’s plenty of chances to win! When you register you’ll also get a Harvey Norman/Fitbit sweatband in either orange or purple. I saw a lot of kids rocking the sweatband when I went, so even if its not your style, your kiddies might love it!