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All The Markets You Need To Check Out This Month

By Brooke Falvey - 10 Jan 2017

Brisbane markets

There’s no better way to start 2017 than with a wander around one of the many Brisbane markets. With a basket in hand, stuffed full of fresh goodies you’ll be armed for the week ahead. Whether you’re after cool crafts, vintage treasures or just want to gorge on delicious foods, there’s a Brisbane market with your name on it.

Here are 12 Brisbane markets not to miss this January. 

Eat Street Markets 

Bring your appetite because Eat Street Markets has an insane range of international cuisines to choose from! Crowd favourite Chocolate Komberry Co. have already wowed us with their Golden Gaytime Cronut creation, and don’t forget MKR winner Matt Sinclair’s Ten Piece Cutlery truck serving up the goods! Note to self: don’t come here looking for salad… here is not the place for moderation.

When: Every Friday and Saturday, 4pm–10pm
Where: Northshore, Hamilton

Boggo Road Market

Boggo Road Urban Village comes alive every weekend with a farmers market full to the brim with great food and fashion. Add to the mix perfect coffee, street performers and live musicians and the Boggo Road Markets are ideal way to find that perfect gift or cut down the grocery bill in a fun and festive atmosphere.

When: Every Sunday, 6am–1pm
Where: Boggo Rd Urban Village, Dutton Park

Northey Street Markets

If your New Year's resolution was to eat healthy, the Northey Street City Farm Organic Market for you! Located beneath the shady fig trees on Northey St, Windsor, these Sunday morning markets are a foodie's paradise with the best range of organic food available in the city. Be sure to visit the Edible Landscapes Nursery. Those with a sweet treat will find it hard to go past Raw and Peace who make raw cakes and treats that are #instaworthy as well as healthy and delicious! 

When: Every Sunday, 6am–11am
Where: Cnr Northey St and Victoria St, Windsor

Kelvin Grove Village Market

The perfect start to a Saturday morning, get down to the Kelvin Grove Village Markets for all your grocery needs, fresh juices, coffee worth getting up for and all the pastries, sweet treats, homewares and fashion you can handle.

When: Every Saturday, 6am–11am
Where: Kelvin Grove Village, Kelvin Grove

Boundary Street Markets

The industrial site which used to house Peters ice cream factory is a haven for street art, local craft, talented artists and street food purveyors at Boundary Street Markets. With Romanian, Turkish, Malaysian, Nigerian, Sri Lankan, Tibetan, Japanese, Brazilian, Italian, and American dishes being whipped up, this is a must-do Brisbane market for foodies.

When: Every Friday and Saturday, 4pm–10pm
Where: Russel St, West End

Jan Power's Farmers Markets 

The bustling Jan Power’s Farmers Markets are held at four locations across Brisbane each month. Known for their fresh produce and breads, artisan products, meat, fish, poultry, plants organics and food related objects, go with an empty stomach—and an empty shopping bag. 

When: Every Saturday, 6am–12pm
Where: Brisbane Powerhouse

When: Every Wednesday, 8am–6pm
Where: Brisbane City, Reddacilff Place (outside the casino)

When: 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, 6am–12pm
Where: Many Harbour Village

When: 1st Sunday of every month, 6am–12pm
Where: Blackwood Street, Mitchleton

Davies Park Market

A Brisbane institution, the Davies Park Market (AKA the West End markets) boast a chilled, laidback vibe and is the place to go to mix with some of the city's most cosmopolitan residents. Browse an array of stalls filled with organic produce, flowers, pre-loved clothing and bric-a-brac as well as delicious food choices. Our favourite stalls include Roesti Revolution, Dream Slice and Blackstar Cold Pressed Coffee. The best part? It's dog friendly, so bring your four-legged friend!

When: Every Saturday, 6am to 2pm
Where: Davies Park, West End

Carseldine Markets

Situated on the old QUT campus, Carseldine Markets are a hit with northsiders and are stacked with a range of fresh and organic produce including fruit, vegetables, meat and cheese, as well as condiments, baked treats. There are also plenty of stalls where you can grab a quick and tasty breakfast. Be sure to stock up on farm fresh summer staples like pineapples, mangoes and tomatoes fresh from the Sunny Coast.

When: Every Saturday, 6am–12pm
Where: Beams Road, Carseldine

Milton Markets

Little Cribb Street comes alive on Sunday mornings thanks to the Milton Markets. Nab a spot in the shade and enjoy a gourmet breakfast while you enjoy a spot of live music with your morning brew. With everything from organic almonds and artisan goats cheese to handmade falafels, you'll be skipping the sandwiches and enjoying a fancier feed. Once finished, cool down with a Bunker Coffee iced latte, a fruit-topped smoothie or one of Old Cossack Drinks Co.’s probiotic soft drinks. 

When: Every Sunday, 6am to 12 noon
Where: Cribb St, Milton

Brisbane Vegan Markets

After what can only be described as pandemonium at the launch of the Brisbane Vegan Markets late last year, the creators have decided to make them a regular event in 2017! Tuck in to some delicious vegan and veggie treats and check out a whole host of stalls selling vegan cosmetics and fashion.

When: Every second Sunday, 9am–3pm
Where: Cnr Boundary and Russel St, West End

Mt Tamborine Country Markets

Hit the highway and head up the mountain to indulge at the Mt Tamborine Country Markets. These quaint little markets have a great selection of craft stalls with unique items for sale, so it's also the perfect place to stock up on gifts if you’re in the market for some. Definitely worth the Sunday morning drive.

When: Every Sunday, 7am–1pm
Where: Tambourine Mountain Showgrounds

Mt Gravatt Marketta

Mt Gravatt is now home to Brisbane’s newest night markets and it's a great place to meet your mates for a cruisy Saturday eve. Situated inside the Mt Gravatt showgrounds, the Mt Gravatt Marketta is open rain, hail or shine and features top vendors selling the finest street food, wine and cocktails as well as live entertainment. 

When: Every Saturday, 4pm to 10pm
Where: Mt Gravatt Showgrounds

Eagle Farm Markets

Start your Sunday morning right with fresh coffee, gourmet goodies, farm fresh produce, fashion and live music at the ever popular Eagle Farm Markets. These gorgeous markets are always bustling w=and have some of the best food and flower stalls in Brisbane. Even better, the kids will always be entertained with a variety of activities—did someone say pony rides?

When: Every Sunday, 7am–12.30pm
Where: Eagle Racing Club, Ascot

For even more things to do in Brisbane this month, check out all what's trending.

Image credit: Ariana Gillrie

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