|An informal produce market is created.
|Prohibitions on trade are relaxed and "surplus" produce is allowed to be sold under market conditions.
|The first organised market is established by Governor Bligh at The Rocks.
|A market wharf is built in Cockle Bay and the marketplace is relocated to the current site of the Queen Victoria Building.
|Sydney City Council assumes control of the markets.
|Fresh fruit and vegetable markets open in Campbell Street.
|New market complex opened at Haymarket.
|The Sydney Farm Produce Market Authority is established to manage the markets.
|Work begins on constructing a new market facility at Flemington.
|Sydney Markets moves to Flemington.
|Sydney's Paddy's Markets cease trading at Haymarket and move to Redfern while the Market City development is under construction.
|Sydney's Paddy's Markets return to Haymarket.
|The NSW Government transfers ownership of Sydney Markets from the Sydney Market Authority to Sydney Markets Limited a newly formed, industry-owned company.
|Sydney Markets celebrates 25 years of trade at Flemington.
|Sydney Markets Limited purchases the Flemington site and infrastructure from the NSW Government.
|Sydney Markets Limited
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