The Sunshine Coast markets always deliver the goods. 

Whether you feel like filling up your pantry with farm-fresh fruit and veg, devouring drool-worthy eats from food trucks, or picking up some unique art to decorate your walls, our markets always deliver the goods. Not sure where to start? Grab your reusable bags (trust us, you’ll need a few) and work your way through our guide to the best markets on the Sunshine Coast. 

Farmers Markets

Pastries, Kawana Farmers Market

Pastries, Kawana Farmers Market

Yandina Country Markets
Established back in 1990, the Yandina Country Markets are one of the Sunshine Coast’s original spots for picking up farm-fresh eats. Taking place every Saturday from 6am, you can load up on spray-free produce, plants, and street food eats.

Witta Markets
Held on the first and third Saturday of every month from 7am, this adorable market is the ideal place to stock up on fresh produce for the week ahead. Nestled in the picturesque Blackall Range just past Maleny, at Witta Markets you’ll score vibrant fruit and veg picked from the farm that morning as well as honey, homemade jams and sweet pastries.

Kawana Waters Artisans & Farmers Market
Every Saturday morning from 6am, rain or shine, you’ll find locals slinging hot coffee, fresh fruit and veg, cheeses, bread and plants at the Kawana Waters Farmers Market. Pick up juicy pineapples for an easy dessert, pick up a bouquet of blooms, or indulge in a piping hot homemade empanada.

Fishermans Road Market
From 6am every Sunday, make your way to the Fishermans Road Market where you can browse more dozens of stalls. Here, you can fill your basket with fresh fruit and veg and shop for preloved clothes while sipping on a smoothie. Make sure you bring your dog along for the outing as well!

Night Markets

Currimundi Lake Twilight Market
Set on the banks of the water, the Currimundi Lake Twilight Markets are a must-do. Held on the third Friday of each month from 4pm to 8pm, you’ll find plenty of mouth-watering food stalls to satisfy your cravings. All you need to do is come hungry and bring a picnic rug to devour your delicious haul while watching the sun set over the lake.

Marcoola Market
Held every Friday evening from 4pm, the Marcoola Twilight Market is the perfect spot for your end-of-week treat meal. Here you’ll find a plethora of tasty stalls selling soul-nourishing ramen, dumplings, Japanese pancakes and delicate crepes.

Lifestyle Markets

Eumundi markets family walking

Eumundi markets family walking

Caloundra Street Fair
With plenty of stalls to explore, your Sunday mornings are officially sorted thanks to the Caloundra Street Fair. Kicking off at 8am every week, spend your morning shopping local homewares and fashion, treat your tum to a fresh smoothie or dumplings from the food trucks, and enjoy epic live music.

The Original Eumundi Markets
We couldn’t make a list about the best markets on the Sunshine Coast and not include Australia’s biggest arts and crafts precinct: the Original Eumundi Markets. Wander amongst towering heritage-listed fig trees, listen to live beats, and work your way through hundreds of incredible stalls selling everything from plants and jewellery, to candles and clothes. Fortunately, this beauty is held twice weekly, on Wednesday and Saturday from 7am.

Sunshine Coast Collective Markets
Grab a hot cuppa and some tasty street food eats while checking out our region’s plethora of talented local designers at the Sunshine Coast Collective Markets. Held at the Coolum Primary School Oval every second and fourth Sunday of every month, expect to give your bank balance a workout here (but trust us, you won’t regret it). There are also pop-up markets at Alexandra Headland and the Maroochy Homemakers Centre, so keep an eye out for these ones throughout the year.

Sunshine Coast Vintage Market
The Sunshine Coast Vintage Markets is a mecca for unique fashion and one-of-a-kind finds. Held once a month at The Lakehouse in Mountain Creek, you can shop vintage threads, vinyl and jewellery, while listening to live music and tucking into tasty treats from roving food trucks. In short, it’s the ideal day out.

Kenilworth Country Markets
Soak up pure country charm at the Kenilworth Country Markets. The village park comes alive every Saturday morning from 8am with stalls selling art, craft, homewares and fashion. Post shopping spree, grab a smoothie bowl or baked treat for an alfresco meal in the park.

Cotton Tree Markets

Running every Sunday morning from 7am, the Cotton Tree Markets offer a little something for everyone. Think stalls slinging books, homewares, jewellery, art, clothing and plants. But best of all? The markets donate all profits to Bloomhill Cancer Care so you can shop for a good cause.

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