The Gilles Street Market is generally held on the first and third Sunday of each month at Gilles Street Primary School. Be aware, these dates can vary during the winter and busy Christmas period, so make sure you check their website for exact dates before hopping down.
If you do make it there though, you will not be disappointed. To be fair, it is probably more catered to the females as there are a lot of female vintage clothing and jewellery stalls. Add in shoes, handbags and clothing for the children, and you can see why the females flock there on market days. However, all is not lost for the males! There are still some male clothing stalls to be found as well as general bric-a-brac.
If you happen to not find any stalls that meets your needs, you will probably still enjoy the experience with a DJ pumping out funky tunes and the vast selection of food on offer. There is plenty of coffee, cakes, and fresh juice but I must say personal favourite is the Chinese food! In fact, I could go for some chicken skewers with some fried rice right now - and maybe a spring roll or two while I'm at it.