Brisbane Markets

05 May 2022

From food to fashion, the markets of Brisbane offer something for every taste, style and budget!  Here’s just a few you might like to check out -

Eat Street Northshore

Friday + Saturday 4pm to 10pm. Sunday 4pm to 9pm.

MacArthur Avenue, Hamilton Wharf.

Located on a disused historic wharf and made from 180 repurposed shipping containers, these foodie markets features over 70 traders including 5 themed bars, micro restaurants, eclectic shops and more. 

The Collective Markets  

Friday 5pm to 9pm. Saturday 10am to 9pm. Sunday 9am to 4pm.

Little Stanley Street, South Bank.

Live music, trending fashion, vintage clothing, photography and art, unique collectables, food stalls and more.

Milton Markets

Sunday 6am to Noon.

Milton Green, Cribb Street, Milton.

Food, farmers and lifestyle markets featuring farm direct produce, meats, seafood, eggs, honey, gourmet food stalls, arts + crafts, and more.

Riverside at the Gardens Markets

Sunday 8am to 3pm.

Corner Alice and Albert Street – Brisbane City Botanic Gardens.

Arts + crafts, unique clothing and fashion, food stalls and more.

Brisbane Vegan Markets

Pop up markets.

Check their website for upcoming locations.

Nundah Farmers Markets

Sunday 6am to Noon.

Station Street, Nundah.

Local produce including gourmet meats, fresh seafood, eggs and herbs and spices. Along with flowers and plants, handmade gifts, as well as health and lifestyle products and services.

Northey Street Organic Markets

Sunday 6am to 11am.

Northey Street City Farm, 54 Northey Street, Windsor.

Certified organic fresh local produce including fruit and vegetables, honey and preserves, fresh baked breads, sustainable seafood, local meats, cheese and dairy products, chocolate, organic coffee and a whole lot more.

West End Markets

Saturday 6am to 2pm.

Davies Park, Corner Jane Street & Montague Road, West End.

Over 150 stalls selling farm fresh produce, boutique fashion and handcrafted gifts, plus delicious food stalls and live music. 

Jan Power’s Farmers Markets

Saturday 6am to Noon.

Brisbane Powerhouse – 119 Lamington Street, New Farm.

Fresh produce including handmade pasta, artisan breads and cheeses, fruit and vegetables and more. Along with a selection of food trucks and vendors for ready to go eats, smoothies, acai bowls, etc.

Brisbane City Markets - Reddacliff Place

Wednesday 8am to 6pm. 

266 George Street (end of Queen Street Mall), Brisbane.

Premium farm-direct produce including trawler direct seafood, authentic baked goods, local meats, and other gourmet goodies.

Brisbane City Markets – Cathedral Square

Thursday 8am to 2:30pm. 

410 Ann Street. The Corner of Wharf and Ann Street, Brisbane.

Premium farm-direct produce including trawler direct seafood, authentic baked goods, local meats, and other gourmet goodies.

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