All The Markets In Brisbane That You Should Hit-Up

Did someone say local food and live music?

By Guest Styler | 6th September 2018

With weekends come the energetic Saturdays and lazy Sundays – or the other way around depending on you. That’s why we’ve taken the time to make a list of Brisbane markets that not feature everything from farm-fresh produce to handmade trinkets. These days, market hours range from early morning to later at night, ensuring both us early birds and night owls are covered. Who said that you can’t have it all?

Brisbane Twilight Markets | Friday, 7 September

There’s nothing quite like a fairy-tale market night, which is exactly why we love the Brisbane Twilight Markets. Filled with 100% Brisbane-made goodies, the handmade products themselves are sure to leave you reeling. Not only can we count on one-of-a-kind market stalls, but the atmosphere is set with live music and local food vendors that’ll curb every craving. Be sure to add it in the calendar – the Brisbane Twilight Markets only hit us four times a year!

When: 7 September 4pm-9pm
Where: King George Square, Brisbane City
More information: Here

Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets | Every Saturday

It’s always good to know where your produce is coming from, and in times like these, we’re encouraged to support our local farmers. The Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets is certainly no exception. Find your in-season produce, or have a walking brunch with a range of stalls featuring local cooks, chefs, juicers, baristas and more.

When: Saturdays from 6am-12pm
Where: QUT campus, Beams Road, Carseldine
More information: Here

Pets at the Gabba | Every Saturday

Times have changed from our four-legged friends simply joining our usual market hunt, to a market that’s specifically dedicated to them. Head down for a one-off Saturday with your best friend, or make it a Saturday ritual with different stalls every weekend! But don’t forget to include your other critters left at home, the market caters to treasures for every adored pet!

When: Saturdays 3pm-8pm
Where: Woolloongabba
More information: Here

Davies Park Markets | Every Saturday

Located along Montague Road in West End, Davies Park Markets is the perfect spot to grab your fresh groceries or to simply enjoy a stroll surrounded by lush greenery and with a coffee in hand. With local, live music weekly, don’t forget to follow the market through to the end – you never know what’s around the corner!

When: Saturdays from 6am-2pm
Where: Corner of Montague Road and Jane Street, Davies Park, West End
More information: Here

Jan Powers Farmers Markets (Powerhouse) | Saturday

The Powerhouse doesn’t only deliver our entertainment in the form of live performances, but every Saturday we bear witness to the golden jewel of all markets. More focused on the fresh produce side of things, you can choose to grab your weekly goods or even settle down with your produce for a picnic at New Farm Park. You can also check out Jan Powers Farmers Markets on Queen Street in the CBD every Wednesday from 8am-6pm!

Where: Powerhouse, New Farm
When: Saturday 6am-12pm
More Information: Here

Satori Organics Market | Wednesday & Sunday

With produce entirely spray-free and locally-sourced, you couldn’t get any more health conscious if you tried. The Sunday markets specifically include artisan breads, pastries, and fresh flowers that’ll continue to inspire you throughout the week. Be sure to keep updated with their market information, with future markets expected to include local creations and artistic luxuries.

When: Sunday and Wednesday 7am-11am
Where: 198 Seymour Street, Sandgate
More information: Here

Brisbane Vegan Markets | Sunday

If you’re after something entirely different to your usual market haul, check out the Brisbane Vegan Markets and see what this years’ hottest craze is all about! With more of a ‘come for the food’ vibe, have a relaxed Sunday afternoon with plenty of vegan-friendly eats to choose from. Proceeds from many of the stalls go towards animal supporting charities, all with the ambience of a little live music.

When: Every second Sunday of the month, 9am-3pm
, Every fourth Sunday of the month, 12pm-8pm
Where: 56 Russel St, West End
More information: Here

Sunday Discovery Market | Every Sunday

From plants to vintage clothing and furniture, the Sunday Discovery Market is our opportunity to turn someone’s trash into someone else’s treasure. With over 380 stalls to explore and 5,000 bargain hunters weekly, be sure to get up with the sun at 6am now that the cooler months are turning to Spring. You have until midday to explore and hunt for collectables or simply enjoy the food stalls with the company of live music.

When: Sundays 6am-12pm
Where: Sherwood Road, Rocklea
More information: Here

Eat Street Northshore | Friday, Saturday & Sunday

For those foodies out there, we haven’t forgotten about you! A market entirely devoted to food? Yes, please! For those of you who haven’t yet had the chance to check out this incredible location, you’re missing out on an entirely new meaning behind the word Heaven. Created from shipping containers and with so many delicacies to decide from, you’re better off grouping with friends and enjoying the shoreline with a range of treats from multiple stalls. Did we mention there are three bars onsite?

When: Friday & Saturday, 4pm-10pm, Sunday, 12pm-8pm
Where: 221D Macarthur Avenue, Hamilton QLD 4007
More information: Here

The Collective Markets | Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Located in the centre of Southbank, the Collective Markets are perfect for a Friday night stroll or a weekend browse. With a tribe of creative individuals, there’s a selection of brand new goodies that you’re sure to be blown away by. Not only does the market include clothing and jewellery, but it ranges all the way to candles and gift-giving ideas.

When: Friday 5pm-9pm, Saturday 10am-9pm, Sunday 9am-4pm
Where: Stanley Street Plaza, Southbank
More information: Here

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