Once you’ve recovered from the fact that it’s already December, jingle your way to these Christmas markets happening throughout the month in Brisbane. Bring your Christmas bellies and your biggest stocking to fill up on all things festive and food!
Newstead | Friday 10 December, 5pm to 9pm
Hosted by The Market Folk, Gasworks Plaza is presenting an exciting 70 stall Christmas-themed market for you and your four-legged bestie. Explore all things fashion, art, homeware, and beauty at Gasworks’ biggest market event yet.
Coorparoo | Sunday 12 December, 9am to 1pm
Thinking of hosting brunch with the gals? Then head down to Coorparoo Plaza for an assortment of fine coffee and delicious lunches. 45 small independent Brissy businesses will be there to offer you home goods, organic skincare, homemade clothing, and more.
Tarragindi | Sunday 12 December, 10am to 4pm
All I want for Christmas is…to go barefoot bowling! Wellers Hill Bowls Club is hosting holiday markets for you and your mates. Enjoy craft tap beer, a good ol’ bowl, and the tastiest burgers while shopping for cheeky Christmas knick knacks.
Everton Park | Saturday 18 December, 9am to 1pm
Whether you’re looking for a loved one or treating yourself to a prezzie this Christmas, the line-up from The Market Folk at Everton Plaza has you sorted. More than 40 stallholders will be slinging art, fashion, homewares, plants, ceramics, children’s goods, beauty, and more to the tune of local pop-folk singer Jess Irvine.
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South Brisbane | Sunday 19 December, 9am to 1pm
The iconic Fish Lane will be shutting down the road between Hope and Grey Street to offer you city-lovers a festive market event. Browse the likes of 40 artisan stalls that will sell locally designed goods. If you’re in need of unique Christmas gift ideas, run don’t walk to Fish Lane!
Milton | Thursday 23 December, 7am to 12pm
If you often find yourself being a last-minute Lucy, then the Milton Markets Christmas Pop-up will be your one-stop-shop this holiday season. Hosted just two days before the big day, you can find an array of food, gifts, and other treats for you to stock up on.
These markets will be sure to jolly up your mood in time for the big day. But if you’re still in search for things to do in Brisbane, we’ve got you covered with our picks here.