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Sunshine Coast markets

22 Aug 2016

Discover fresh local produce, homemade treats, funky jewellery, handmade clothing and talented buskers at markets right across the Sunshine Coast.

If you wander through the many markets in this corner of Queensland, it won’t take you long to realise why the Sunshine Coast ranks as one of the top ‘market’ destinations in Australia.

You will find some great hidden treasures, fresh local produce, homemade treats, funky jewellery, handmade clothing and talented buskers who will add a memorable soundtrack to your day.

One of the most famous markets in Australia, The Original Eumundi Markets, is truly a cultural experience. Every Wednesday and Saturday, this hinterland town comes alive with quirky stalls, delicious food carts bursting with global flavours, and entertaining street performers. The market, which is set under the shade of magnificent old fig trees, attracts 1.6 million visitors each year.

During the holiday season, you will find a number of twilight markets where you can enjoy the cool evening breeze, entertainment and a bite to eat as you shop.

Wednesday

The Original Eumundi Markets

The Original Eumundi Market has a diverse and amazing range of art, craft, products, entertainment and local produce. 80 Memorial Drive Eumundi.

Thursday

Cooroy Community Market

Find local crafts, fresh flowers and plants, bric-a-brac, fresh fruit and vegetables, hand-made jewellery, books and upcycled clothes for sale at this community market.

Friday

The Wharf Mooloolaba Twilight Markets

The Twilight Community Markets features free, family entertainment for holiday makers and locals alike, with an array of great food, handcrafted arts and crafts and live entertainment.

Saturday

The Big Pineapple Markets

Purchase fresh fruit and vegetables directly from farmers and growers at Nambour’s weekly market.

Eumundi Markets

The Eumundi Markets has a diverse and amazing range of art, craft, products, entertainment and local produce.

Hinterland Harvest Market

A weekly market showcasing  a wonderful array of produce from both local and the wider farming communities.

Kawana Waters Farmers' Markets

Find organic fruits and vegetables, gourmet condiments and exquisite fruity jams amongst some of the most beautifully hand crafted products you will find.

Landsborough Markets

Landsborough market is held every Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm at the Landsborough School of Arts Memorial Hall. Shop for everything from produce and plants to artistic hand produced cards and funky jewellery.

Pomona Country Markets (2nd and 4th Saturday)

Find home-grown produce, native and exotic plants as well as bric-a-brac, pre-loved clothes and second-hand books at this bi-monthly market.  TIP: Come on an empty stomach and enjoy a delicious barbecued sausage and onion sanger.

Yandina Markets

You’ll find all kinds of pre-loved goodies at Yandina markets as well as garden plants and fresh fruit and vegetables. The markets open at 7 am so get there early and snap up bargains.

Sunday

The Caloundra Street Fair

Set under the beautiful canopy of the tree-lined main street surrounded by cafes, boutiques and specialty shops and only two blocks from beautiful Bulcock Beach, the Caloundra Street Fair is a ‘must-do’ Sunshine Coast market.

Caloundra Country markets

The Caloundra Country Markets every Sunday from 7.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m at Currimundi State High School. Come along and pick up your fruit and vegetables, home made cakes and jams. 

Cotton Tree Markets

Cotton Tree Markets features local artisans, designers and inventors selling unique and creative goods. Soak up the friendly atmosphere, grab yourself a freshly-brewed coffee and head to Cotton Tree Beach for some relaxing time by the water.

Imbil Country Markets

Visit picturesque Imbil’s traditional country market to purchase the home-made jams and pickles and locally-grown fresh fruit and vegetables.

Maroochydore’s Fishermans Road Sunday Markets

There's something for everyone at this colourful market situated along the river front at Maroochydore. Find second-hand bargains, vintage clothes, freshly-baked cakes as well as very cheap fresh fruit and vegetables. 

Gympie Museum Markets (1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday)

Enjoy live music whilst browsing through extensive markets with everything from bric-a-brac to fresh produce.

Gympie Southside Markets (2nd and 4th Sunday)

One of the largest markets in the Gympie region with fresh produce, plants, clothes, food, drink, pony rides, a jumping castle and so much more.

The Maleny Handicraft Markets

Head to the Sunshine Coast Hinterland on a Sunday to discover locally produced arts and crafts, antiques and collectables, books, jewellery, candles and soap.

The Mooloolaba Collective Market

Held on the fourth Sunday of every month, the Mooloolaba Collective Market showcases a carefully selected line-up of stalls, food and  coffee producers, talented local designers providing a modern and relaxed approach to outdoor shopping whilst supporting a local community. 

Noosa Farmers Market

Discover an array of scrumptious organic fruits and vegetables, gourmet condiments and exquisite fruity jams as well as some of the most beautifully hand crafted products you will find on the Sunshine Coast at this Sunday market.

Noosa Marina Market

Enjoy live music as you browse around the arts and craft stalls of this boutique market, or kick back with some fish and chips and a cold beer and enjoy the views of Noosa’s waterways.

Peregian Beach Markets (1st and 3rd Sunday)

Peregian Beach Markets is well known for its variety of arts and crafts, hand-made and recycled wares as well as organic and fair trade produce.  It’s a great place to pick up a gift or new outfit, enjoy a relaxing massage and stock your fridge and pantry with foodie delights.


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