The market which was to have been held in Don Lucas Reserve, Wanda the weekend before Easter will now take place on May 15-16.
Sutherland Shire Council stopped the event proceeding on March 27-28 because of the damage that could have been caused to the grounds following the deluge which hit Sydney during the preceding week.
The Autumn market, as it is now being called, will feature 180 stalls, rides and activities for children and live music.
The market will also offer global eats and hot food stalls with a wide range of cuisines on offer including Thai, American, Vietnamese, Spanish, Israeli, Chinese, Italian and South American.
There will also be handcrafted, locally grown and produced foods.
Cambridge Markets, which held a successful series of markets in Sutherland Shire in 2019 and 2020, is staging the event.
Director and manager Madelienne Anderson said the market would be "Covid-safe and a fresh and friendly way to shop, eat and be entertained in a safe, alfresco environment".
"More and more we are finding that shoppers are wanting to re-engage with shopping in the hyper-local fashion that markets offer," she said.
"People like to meet the people who make their goods, to buy fresh local foods that are lovingly presented and have a great experience while at it."
Ms Anderson said markets such as this were "a very friendly place for the community to come together, meet, catch up and make a contribution to small business people".
"By supporting the sort of micro business people who sell at our markets, they are helping a wide network of families to thrive, and buying things they can't get elsewhere."
Micro brands attending the market include Eastern Suburbs fashion designers Saint Jane, with sustainable women's fashion; Pop About Design, offering illustrated framed prints inspired by local areas; Bands of Courage, featuring handmade bands; Bondi-based TLV with homemade vegan dips; Savannah Estate Winery from the Hunter Valley; and distillery companies Buffalo Vale from Ryde and Mobius from Marrickville.
Madeline Tynan, of principal sponsor Tynan Mercedes said, "We highly value being a part of the shire community and love to see people coming together in such a friendly and wonderful space".
"This huge market will be a real asset to the area and a great day out for all."
Ms Anderson thanked Sutherland Shire Council for supporting the market.
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