Harvest sunshine at these Sunshine Coast farmer’s markets

Fruit and vegetables at Eumundi

Whether it’s organic produce that’s been grown just down the road, flavoursome street food that'll make your tastebuds dance, or the scent of freshly roasted coffee drifting in the air, our farmer’s markets give you the chance to purchase directly from the hands of passionate local growers and producers.

If you’re keen to avoid the grocery store and get some fresh air at the same time, have a browse through this Sunshine Coast list!

Kawana Waters Farmers Market

Freshly squeezed lime drinks, sumptuous marinades and sauces, nuts and seeds, olives and tasty tapenades, freshly baked bread and creamy cheeses are just the start of your experience at Kawana Waters Farmers Market.

On every Saturday from 7am-12pm, be sure to take a bag to carry all your local produce and goodies home in.

Yandina Country Markets

One of the largest produce markets on the coast, Yandina Country Markets are open 6am-12pm every Saturday.

We promise you’ll leave with armfuls of super fresh fruit and veg, delectable deli products and a hefty parcel of local meat.

Fishermans Road Markets

From 6am on Sundays, make your way to Fishermans Road Market where you can fill your basket with local fruit and veg, fresh seafood, and breads and pastries. Even better, you can fuel up with some coffee to keep the energy flowing while you shop.

Witta Markets

Held on the third Saturday of every month from 7am, this adorable farmers’ market is the perfect place to stock up on fresh produce for the week ahead. Nestled in the 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.

Marcoola Farmers Market

Berry Keeper, Marcoola Night Markets

Berry Keeper, Marcoola Night Markets

Saturday mornings from 8am-12pm, local farmers bring the best of the Sunshine Coast's fresh produce beachside to Marcoola for the Farmers' Market.

This boutique market will become your go-to for organic fresh fruit and veggies, meats, cheese, and other goodies.

Noosa Farmers Markets

A visit to Noosa Farmers Markets is one good reason to get up early on a Sunday morning. This bustling market has everything from glossy avocados bigger than your fist, plump olives, trays of fragrant strawberries, fresh macadamias, local seafood, cheeses and lots more. You definitely won’t leave hungry!

Kin Kin Markets

Tucked away in the lush Noosa Hinterland, the village of Kin Kin plays host to a thriving market on the first Sunday of every month. The Kin Kin Markets are the place to go for fresh produce, preserves and some good quality caffeine.

The Original Eumundi Markets

Eumundi Markets

Eumundi Markets

They might be one of the most famous markets in the country, and there’s a good reason for it. The Original Eumundi Markets take place every Wednesday and Saturday. Here, you’ll find no shortage of homegrown produce, fresh bread, pastries, cheeses, and yoghurts. Be sure to set aside some time to experience the whole extravaganza, from the live music all the way through to the food.

Taste direct from the farm

Looking to sample even fresher goods? Why not visit a farm gate direct!

Long Table Lunch, Yanalla Farms. Credit: Tourism & Events Queensland

Long Table Lunch, Yanalla Farms. Credit: Tourism & Events Queensland

Add something tropical to your fruit platter with an order from Yanalla Farms. These guys are a specialist producer of luscious tropical fruits, grown in perfect Queensland conditions. We insist that you draw yourself away from your screen and experience their sweet custard apples, colourful dragon fruit and juicy lychees!

While you can’t just rock up and pick the fruit yourself, you can order online and collect it from the farm gate – it doesn’t get much fresher than that.

McMartins Farm

We know that berry season doesn’t last all year, but if you're lucky enough to visit from June to October, you can pick your very own strawberries from the fields at McMartins Farm.

If the fresh berries aren’t enough, their shop is stocked full of tempting treats – including homemade strawberry jam, their famous strawberry ice cream, and chocolate-covered strawberries.

Montville Coffee

If your bond with coffee is as strong as ours, you’ll want to make your way out to Montville Coffee. Not only are these guys roasting their Fairtrade Organic coffee beans, but you can sign up for some one-on-one Espresso & Milk Training... or even get some friends together to design your own dream coffee blend with guidance from the experts.