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Craft and Farmers Markets in Brisbane Queensland Australia

Markets in Brisbane

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  • The Bardon Market – 4th Saturday of every month, 9am to 1pm at 247 Simpsons Rd, Bardon (overlooking Bowman Park playing fields). Stallholders present unique or hard to find items for all the family.
  • Boutique Markets – Formerly Designer’s Emporium. Stallholders are South-East Queensland designers, stylists and artists. Second Sunday of the month. 8.00 am to 1.00 pm at Portside Wharf, Hamilton.
  • Brisbane City Farmer’s Markets – Every Wednesday 10.00 am to 6.00 pm at the bridge end of Queen St Mall.
  • Brisbane Market Place – Weekly markets. Trading hours are seasonal, see the website for details. Sherwood Rd, Rocklea. Entry $1 per person, or $3 per car. markets include
    • Saturday Fresh Market – Expert talks, plants, fresh seafood, breads, pasta, yoghurt, fruit, vegetables, lifestyle products and more.
    • Sunday Discovery Market – Plants, antiques, new and 2nd hand goods, food and entertainment.
  • Brisbane Vintage Fashion Fair – Fashion and accessories from the 1920s through to the 1980s. Held at the Souths Rugby Clubhouse, Davies Park, Cnr Montague Rd & Jane St, West End. For upcoming fair dates, check the website.
  • BrisStyle Indie Designers Market – Various dates throughout the year at St Augustine’s Church, Racecourse Rd, Hamilton.
  • Bubz ‘n’ Kidz Market – An indoor market with second-hand, handmade, and new items for babies and kids. Entry is $2. Held every two months at Hilliard State Primary School Hall, Alexandra Circuit, Alexandra Hills. For dates and more information visit the website.
  • Car Boot Sale – Craft supplies, pre-loved toys, books, bric-a-brac, clothes and more. Held on the fourth Saturday of every month. Money raised will go to local charity. 7.00am to 11.00am (with the exception of December and January) Silky Oaks, 218 Manly Rd, Manly.
  • Carseldine Farmers Markets – Cnr Beams & Dorville Rd, Carseldine – on the old QUT campus at Carseldine. Every Saturday morning.
  • Chandler Markets – Sundays at the Sleeman Centre, 1763 Old Cleveland Rd, Chandler.
  • Chinatown and Brunswick Street Markets – Also known as The Valley Markets. Iconic Brisbane market with vintage and new clothing, jewellery, accessories, Chinese goods, massage stalls and art. Saturdays and Sundays, 8.00 am to 4.00 pm, Chinatown and Brunswick Street Malls, Fortitude Valley.
  • Church Yard Markets – Arts and Crafts, locally grown plants, clothing, woodwork, flowers and produce.  2nd Saturday of every month. St Paul’s Anglican Church, Mt Samson Rd, Samford Valley.
  • Cleveland Bayside Markets – Arts and crafts, clothing and accessories market beside Moreton Bay. Sundays 7.00 am to 3.00 pm, Bloomfield St, Cleveland.
  • Cleveland Harbourside Community Craft Market: Sundays 9.00am to 2.00pm, Cnr Middle & Wynard Sts, Cleveland.
  • Eagle Street Pier Art & Craft Market – Art and craft market with fashion, accessories, gourmet deli products, health & lifestyle products, music, tarot and pottery. Sunday 8.00am to 3.00pm, Eagle St Pier, Eagle St, Brisbane.
  • EarthnSun Farmers Market Great variety of organic, spray-free fresh produce from real farmers as well as gourmet cheeses & meats and a wide range of other natural products Every Sunday 7am-12pm @ Balmoral State High School
  • Eumundi Markets – Arts and crafts, music and food. Saturdays 6.30 am to 1.30 pm, Wednesdays 8.00 am to 1.00 pm. Memorial Dr, Eumundi, Sunshine Coast.
  • Forest Lake Markets – Plants, antiques and collectables, art and craft, home wares, clothing, computers, games, books, garden products, kids rides and more. Sundays at the Forest Lake Shopping Centre on Forest Lake Blvd.
  • Good Buy Baby Mega Market – Pre-loved children’s items for ages 0 to 10 years. Entry is $2 for adults and free entry for children. North Leagues and Services Club, 1347 Anzac Ave, Kallangur.
  • The Handmade Expo – A monthly market selling handmade items and fresh produce from local farmers. 8.00 am to 1.00 pm at the Ipswich Turf Club, Brisbane Rd, Bundamba. For market dates visit the website.
  • Hotel Broadway Grower’s Markets – Fresh produce such as meat, bread, fruit, honey and more. Saturday, 6.00am to 12.00pm at Hotel Broadway, 93 Logan Rd, Woollongabba.
  • Ipswich Showplace Markets – See the Ipswich Show Society. Trash and treasure, fruit and vegetables. Every Sunday 6.00 am to 11.30 am at the Ipswich Showgrounds, 81 Warwick Rd, Newtown.
  • The Jetty Markets – Fresh produce, crafts, clothes, plants, jewellery, homewares, international foods and music. Sundays, 8.00 am to 2.00 pm Anzac Pde, Redcliffe.
  • Kelvin Grove Village Markets – 90+ stalls including fresh fruit and vegetables, organic foods, gourmet stalls, plants, herbs, flowers, pre-loved clothing, bric-a-brac and buskers. 6.00 am to 1.00 pm, Blamey St, Kelvin Grove Urban Village.
  • Logan Fresh Farmers Market – Fresh produce, art and craft, seafood, and more. Held on Saturday and Sunday from 6.00 am to 12.00 pm at 3896 Pacific Hwy, Loganholme.
  • Manly Creative Markets: Art and Craft market. Sundays 8.00 am to 3.00 pm at Little Bayside Park, Esplanade, Manly.
  • Manly Farmers Market – Fresh produce. 3rd Saturday of each month, 6.00 am to 12.00 pm, Manly Esplanade (between Cambridge & Cardigan Pdes), Manly. To apply for a stall, see website.
  • Mapleton Market – Held four times a year at Fishtales Seafood Cafe, Cnr Obi Obi and Delicia Roads, Mapleton.
  • Marina Boardwalk Markets – Held every Saturday at 8.00 am at Horizon Shore Marina, Woongoolba. Marine markets with fresh local produce, second hand clothes, artwork and boating goods. Visitors can take a tour of the marina on a Sea-Tow/VMR boat for a small donation.
  • Mathilda’s Market – Handmade clothes, toys, birthday cards, costumes, jewellery, books, pyjamas and more for children and babies. See the website for specific dates, times, and venues.
  • McWhirter’s Indoor Markets: Every Thurs, Fri and Sat 8.00 am to 4.00 pm McWhirter’s Building, 292 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley.
  • Mitchelton Farmers Markets – Open air market selling fresh produce and unusual food products.1st Sunday of every month, 8.00 am to 12.00 pm (unless there is reason to stay later), Blackwood St, Michelton. To apply for a stall, see website.
  • Moggill Markets – Farm-fresh vegetables and fruit, meats, deli products and cheeses, breads, and wines. Brookfield State School Car Park.
  • Noosa Marina Markets – Art, craft and local produce. Sundays from 8.00 am to 2.00 pm. Noosa Marina, Parkyn Crt, Tewantin.
  • North Lakes Farmers Market launches Sunday 3rd August 2014. Every Sunday morning at Bounty Boulevard State School
  • North Pine Country Markets: Handmade arts and crafts market with emphasis on traditional products and methods. Sundays 8.00 am to 2.00 pm, North Pine Country Park, Petrie.
  • Northey Street Organic Markets– Fresh certified organic produce (fruit, vegetables, bread, drygoods, meats, and plants) Chemical free. Edible Landscapes & Permaculture displays, Nursery and Farm Cafe. Saturdays 6.00 am to 10.30 am, Northey St, Windsor.
  • Peregian Beach Markets –  Local fresh produce, vintage and imported products. After the markets enjoy live outdoor music, gas BBQs, skateboard park, basketball court and large shaded playground. 7.30 till 12.30, 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month. Surf-Side of the Peregian Surf Life Saving Club.
  • Powerhouse Farmers Markets – 100 stalls of fresh produce, organic foods, plants, poultry and wine. 2nd and 4th Saturday each month, 6.00am to 11.00am Powerhouse, Lamington St, New Farm. To apply for a stall, see website.
  • Riverside Markets Craft market with clothing, jewellery, furniture, homewares, local produce and plants. Sundays 8.00am to 4.00pm, Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle St, Brisbane.
  • Samford Valley Markets – Organic tea and coffee, plants, herbs, spices, farm fresh produce, gluten free products, cakes and preserves, quality handmade items, massage, designer clothing and accessories. Second Saturday of each month. 7.00am to 12.00pm at the St Paul’s Church, Cnr Serendipity and Mt Samson Rds, Samford Valley.
  • Sippy Downs Central Markets – Hosted by the Centre for Peace. Held each Sunday from 6.00 am to 1.00 pm at the Sunshine Toyota Carpark, Sippy Downs.
  • ST WILLIAMS MONTHLY CRAFT MARKET – Second Saturday morning of each month. Something for everyone. St William’s Parish Halls, (behind church) 67 Dawson Parade, Keperra. All funds raised go to St Vincent De Paul for use in the local area.
  • Sunday Computer Markets – 20+ traders and individuals selling new & used computer equipment. Venue changes each week, see website for details.
  • South Bank Lifestyle Markets – Diverse markets with Australian handcrafted goods such as arts, crafts, home wares, collectables and new designers. 5.00pm to 10.00pm Fridays, 10.00am to 5.00pm Saturdays, 9.00am to 5.00pm Sundays (Extended trading days for certain public holidays).
    • South Bank Growers Market – 40 stalls of produce, wine and products from the Granite Belt Region, south west of Brisbane. 10.00am to 3.00pm Sundays, South Bank Parklands, Between Grey and Little Stanley Streets.
  • South Bank Market – Brisbane designers and artists sell their pieces direct to the public. Fashion, accessories, homewares and art. Held at South Bank Parklands, Between Grey and Little Stanley Streets.
  • West End Markets – With a focus on fresh fruit and vegetables. There is also hot food to order, buskers, handmade clothing and jewellery, seafood and more. Every Saturday from 6.00am to 2.00pm at Davies Park, Montague Rd, West End.

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