Brisbane experiences
 

Brisbane Markets


City Farmers Markets
Held every Wednesday from 9am - 6pm a farmers market in the CBD with fruit, vegetables, seafood, meat and poultry, breads, flowers, cheeses, charcuterie with tastings and drinks. Top of Queen Street Mall, 266 George Street

Farmers Market

Crafts Village Markets
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, you can follow the brightly coloured tents to stroll these popular city markets. There is a variety of arts and crafts. handmade goods and plenty of souvenirs to purchase. These markets are part of the South Bank precinct, a short stroll from the CBD. Stanley Street Plaza, Southbank (0414 888 041).

 

Farmers Market
You can purchase the best local produce in Brisbane at these markets, held on the second and fourth Saturday of the month. With over 100 stalls selling fresh produce, from fruit and vegetables to meat and seafood, and everything in between. Brisbane Powerhouse, Lamington street, New Farm (0439 999 009).

 

Riverside Markets
Plenty to see and do at these markets at the Riverside Centre in Brisbane. Open only on Sundays, they also take in the Eagle Street Pier craft and Deli markets, where you can purchase a variety of handcrafted products as well as high quality local produce. 123 Eagle Street, City (07 3870 2807).

 

Wednesday Twilight Fresh Market
Browse over 100 stalls offering a wide range of fresh produce, meats, gourmet and deli products, while enjoying the night sky. Parking is free along Sherwood Road, and is also available in the car park outside the markets. The closest train station is Rocklea Station which is approximately 775 metres away. Every Wednesday 3.30pm - 8pm 250 Sherwood Rd, Rocklea

 

West End Markets

Held every saturday morning under the large fig trees a busy crowded market with narrow paths. A diverse mix of products for sale, along with fresh fruit and vegetables. Montague Road and end of Jane Street, West End

 
 
 
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