Food & Drink

Market Calendar | July

By Kate McCart - 06 Jul 2013

We've done all the hard work for you, and complied the best markets in Brisbane into one beaut calendar. And, don't forget to download our print-friendly version! Put it on your pin board or stick it on your fridge. 

Jan Power's Farmers Market

Jan Power is host to colourful, bustling markets in four different locations across Brisbane; CBD, New Farm, Manly and Mitchelton. Bringing together some of the finest purveyors and providores in South East Queensland, you'll find superior flowers, artisan breads, meat, fish, poultry and organics. Stop by the Noosa Smokehouse stand for a salmon and chive omelette, and don't forget to pick up some organic, gluten free falafel and labne for later.

Where: Reddacliff Place | Queen Street in Brisbane CBD

When: Every Wednesday 10:00am - 6:00pm


Where: Brisbane Powerhouse | Lamington Street in New Farm

When: Second and fourth Saturday of every month 6:00am - 12:00pm


Where: Little Bayside Park | The Esplanade in Manly

When: Third Saturday of ever month 6:00am - 12:00pm


Where: Blackwood Street in Mitchelton

When: First Sunday of every month 6:00am - 12:00pm

Davies Park Market (West End Market) 

Held under the canopy of glorious giant fig trees at Davies Park, indulge in fresh fruit and veggies, fashion and gifts every Saturday. Find yourself a vintage bargain, or one-of-a-kind piece of jewellery.

Where: Davies Park | Montague Road in West End

When: Every Saturday 6:00am - 2:00pm

Brisbane Flower Market

Selling a full range of beautiful seasonal flowers, the Brisbane Flower Market is open six days a week to both wholesalers and the general public. Make the trip out to Rocklea for a fabulous range of fresh-cut blooms.

Where: Sherwood Road in Rocklea

When: Monday - Friday 5:00am - 3:00pm, Saturday 6:00am - 1:00pm


Kelvin Grove Village Markets

Save money on fresh fruit and vegetables, buy new and second hand clothing and furniture, and dabble in a little bit of ethnic cuisine. We recommend the dumplings! Steamed right before your eyes, douse them in soy sauce and spicy soybeans.

Where: Kelvin Grove Urban Village | Musk Street in Kelvin Grove

When: Every Saturday 6:00am - 1:00pm


Brisbane Valley Markets

On weekends, the parallel malls are jam packed with talented local artists, fashion designers and jewellery makers showcasing their work. Trawl through The Valley for a one-off piece of clothing or rifle through the crates of vinyl records for a golden oldie.

Where: Chinatown and Brunswick Street Malls | Ann Street in Fortitude Valley

When: Every Saturday 8:00am - 4:00pm, Every Sunday 9:00am - 4:00pm

Eagle Farm Markets

Held at the Eagle Farm Racecourse every Sunday, stroll through the grounds with a coffee in tow and pick up your weekly supply of fresh fruit, vegetables, bread and deli delights.

Where: Eagle Farm Racecourse | Lancaster Road in Ascot

When: Every Sunday 7:00am - 12:30pm

Moggill Markets

A real farmers market! Talk to the growers and producers and enjoy the selection of free-range lamb, pork, beef and poultry straight from the paddock, as well as local fruit and vegetables.

Where: Brookfield State School | Boscombe Road in Brookfield

When: First and third Saturday of every month 6:30am - 11:00am

Northey Street City Farm Organic Market

Fully organic and fully amazing, City Farm is worth getting out of bed for early on a Sunday. You can't go past the deliciously spongy sourdough baguette, layered with shaved carrot, cucumber and greens and topped with your choice of either coriander crusted tofu, or lemongrass meatballs. Let me hear you say mmmm. We also recommend the biodynamic egg lady for a truly rich yellow yolk.

Where: Northey Street in Windsor

When: Every Sunday 6:00am - 10:30am

Boggo Road Markets

Think exotic and organic meats and game, hot Banneton bread straight out of the oven and fresh pasta and seafood. Set up around the old defunct Boggo Road Jail, meander through the myriad of lovely pathways before parking yourself on one of the shady spots of the lawn to feast on some delicious Middle-Eastern fare.

Where: Boggo Road Jail | Boggo Road in Dutton Park

When: Every Sunday 7:00am - 1:00pm

Young Designers Market

Acting as a bit of a launching pad for local up and coming designers, The Young Designers Market is a must see market for the design saavy and fashion focused. Held on the first Sunday of every month, bask in unique fashion, accessories, jewellery, homewares, furniture and art.

Where: Little Stanley Street in South Bank

When: First Sunday of every month 10:00am - 4:00pm 


Produce By The Pier

The only thing fresher than the Southport ocean breeze is the harvest found at Produce By The Pier. Gourmet meats, freshly grown fruit and vegetables and specialty wines and cheeses that make you want to throw away all commitments and live on a yacht.

Where: Broadwater Parklands in Southport

When: Second and Fourth Saturday of every month 7:00am – 12:00pm

South Bank Lifestyle Market

Stroll through the cobbled street of Stanley Street Plaza and peruse the local art, clothing and homewares the South Bank Lifestyle Markets has to offer. There's bound to be something for everyone with toys, gadgets, jewellery and art.

Where: Stanley Street Plaza in South Bank

When: Every Friday 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm, Sunday 9:00am - 5:00pm

West End Twilight Markets

The best markets don't make you get up at the crack of dawn. And they serve beer. Twilight Markets in West End ticks all the right boxes with live music, vintage, designer and recycled wares and friendly faces beaming back at you.

When: Every second and fourth Saturday of the month

Where: 113 Boundary Street in West End 

Northside Lifestyle Markets

In a nutshell, the Northside Lifestyle Markets unites local people with local products and produce - their motto and exactly what they do. Taking place every Sunday in Eatons Hill, it's a great day morning out for the family. Yes, they even do face painting for the kids. 

When: Every Sunday 6:30am - 1.00pm 

Where: 646 South Pine Road in Eatons Hill


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