About Thomson Street
- General Interest – public tours held on the first Friday of each month
- Educational and Study – local and international secondary and tertiary students of agriculture, floristry, domestic science, economics and commerce, geography, etc
- Technical – farmers and growers, food industry personnel, wholesalers and retailers
- Foodie – home chefs and those interested in fresh and exotic produce
- Special Interest – tours held a specific times of year to coincide with seasonal specialities such as tomato bottling, Chinese New Year, Christmas, etc
Thomson Street tours provide fully-trained tour guides and interpreters.
Thomson Street believes in Quality Assurance and has conducted site audits and has a Risk management plan, OH&S plan in place.
About Sydney Markets
Sydney Markets has undergone remarkable transformation since its humble beginnings over 200 years ago on the wharves of Sydney. Today, Sydney Markets is recognised internationally for its world-class fresh produce and community markets. These markets play a significant role in the horticultural industry, and the economy of New South Wales and Australia.
A "One-Stop Shop"
Sydney Markets offers choice, with an extensive range of produce and merchandise variety, quality and price. It has the infrastructure to maximise time efficiencies and minimise cost for trading and distribution. Sydney Markets is a "one-stop-shop" with produce, packaging, exporters, providores, food processors, warehouses, unloading services, cafés and agricultural supplies all on site. Industry associations, banks, shops, a post office, commercial offices and other goods and services are also available in the Sydney Markets Plaza, the business and shopping centre at Flemington.
Sydney Markets operates from two locations: Flemington and Haymarket. All tours currently concentrate on the Flemington site.
For further information on the Sydney Markets visit the Sydney Markets Website