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Welcome to Meat ++++ and Homebush Markets Meat

Flemington Markets is the hub of local distribution to clubs, pubs, restaurants, cafes, major hotels and caterers.

Homebush Export Meat , Homebush Wholesale Meat, Meat ++++ also consolidate its location to enable provisions of fruit and vegetables, flowers , with all meat and poultry purchases.

We supply many of Sydney's finest restaurants, bistros, cafes and local businesses.

MEAT ++++ is at Shop 20 Flemington Markets Shopping plaza.

Homebush Markets Meat - Trading every Friday and Saturday (Building D).

Friday and Saturday Paddy's Markets stalls are the lively sites to pick up the best bargains.

Every week we offer super specials on all excess export stock, including beef, pork, sheep, lamb, goat, smallgoods, and other items. Halal approved and Kosher meat also available.

We guarantee to beat all genuine recognised quotes from other butchers, and supermarkets. You cannot lose by shopping at the markets.

Friday - Find us down opposite the fish stalls

Saturday - Door 5 and Door 9 - MARKETS MEAT.

For all local orders contact:
Peter McDonald, +61 2 9325 6777 or email: peter@hem.com.au

Location:
Shop 19-20
Flemington Markets Shopping Plaza
Flemington Markets NSW 2129

**How to get to Flemington **

By Train
Catch the train to Flemington Rail Station and Paddy's is a 3 minute walk from the station

By Bus
Catch the STA #408 bus from Burwood to Flemington rail station and 3 minute walk to Paddy's.

By Car
Follow the Sydney Markets signs along the M4 Motorway or Centenary Drive.
Free parking for over 2000 cars undercover.
Close to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Park site. Off Parramatta Road.

Find directions for Flemington at Where is
(choose Hammersmith Street Flemington as your destination - and we are in the Plaza underneath the head Office - see pink building)

Flemington map

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