PEDESTRIAN.TV has partnered with How To Drink Properly to help y'all reclaim your Sunday. Lay off the sauce a lil' and use their Smug Sunday Planner (which you can find below) so you can live your most productive life.
Sundays when hungover? Deliveroo, bathing to Enya, head throbs, general self-loathing.
Sundays when not hungover? World’s your oyster.
There’s nothing like a smug Sunday to just get shit done and feel really bloody proud of yourself for not wasting yet another day hung-daddy in the process. (Especially when you remember curling yourself up in foetal position for an entire day while waiting for the mental and physical pain to subside)
You know what’s a goer for the productive days when you’re not guiltily in the undesirable state of post-drinking? The markets. They’re outdoors, you can find something new for the wardrobe / house / fridge, and sometimes even get to soak up serious ~vibes~ like music, interesting people, what have you. It’s an all-round winner.
Check what our land that’s girt by sea has to offer you on that front below.
CAMBERWELL SUNDAY MARKET
Every Sunday, 6.30am-12.30pm
Station Street Car Park, Camberwell
Every Sunday, 8am-1.30pm
2-14 Logan Road, Evandale
47 Cribb Street, Milton
Every Sunday, 6am-12pm
ROZELLE COLLECTORS MARKET
Every Saturday + Sunday, 9am-3pm
663 Darling Street, Rozelle (Rozelle Public School)
OLD BUS DEPOT MARKETS
Saturday + Sunday, 10-4pm
21 Wentworth Ave, Kingston, Canberra
GILLES STREET MARKET
Every third Sunday of the month, 10-4pm
91 Gilles Street,Adelaide (Gilles Street Primary School)
Corner South Terrace & Henderson Street, Fremantle
MINDIL BEACH SUNSET MARKET
Sundays 4-9pm (April-October)
Mindil Beach, Maria Liveris Drive, Darwin
Going to the markets isn’t the only way to spend it. Whether you use your hangover-free Sunday to go on a hot date, get life admin sorted, do the Bondi to Bronte, hang out with the family you haven’t seen in months or, you know, binge a Netflix show without falling asleep / into your kebab every five minutes, we all know they’re better spent when fresh as a daisy.
If you have a few waters between drinks the night before, you can enjoy a smug Sunday and take in the sights your city has to offer. Use this quiz to get some inspiration.
The Smug-Sunday Generator
It's safe to say that big Saturdays lead to very quiet Sundays. Ever thought you could do with a Sunday to feel smug about? Use this quiz to help figure out exactly what your city has to offer this Sunday.