Brisbane Markets

Brisbane markets

Exploring local Brisbane markets is an unexcelled experience for both locals and tourists. Brisbane Markets gives an opportunity for Brisbane locals to buy the fresh produce directly from the local farmers. It’s also a place where local artisans showcase their creativity. Brisbanites love the local markets and every single markets mentioned below are popular in their particular regions.

If you are visiting Brisbane and looking for  things to do in Brisbane, exploring Brisbane markets can be a great way to spend your day. Meet the locals and buy fresh produce and artistic products from local artisans at these Brisbane City markets.

Below is an updated list of Brisbane Markets:

FEATURED: Editor’s Favorite: Eat Street Markets- Hamilton

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High-quality, handmade and limited edition art, craft and design
When: Fri & Sat: 4pm-10pm
Where: Portside Wharf, Hamilton

Fashion, Clothes & Crafts Markets

South Bank Young Designer Markets
What: Clothing, accessories, jewellery, homewares and art
When: First Sunday of the month 10am-4pm
Where: Little Stanley Street, South Bank

Valley Markets
What: Original, locally designed and made creations
When: Saturday and Sunday 9am-4pm
Where: Brunswick Street Mall, Fortitude Valley

BrisStyle Indie Twilight Market
What: Art and craft
When: Selected Friday nights 4-9pm
Where: King George Square, The City

The Finders Keepers Markets
 High-quality, one-off designer clothing, stationery and jewellery
When: Biannually – 2017 dates will be released soon
Where: Portside Wharf, Hamilton

Suitcase Rummage
 Second-hand clothing, art and bric-a-brac
When: First and third Sunday of every month
Where: Reddacliff Place, City

Food Markets

Milton Markets
What: Farm-direct produce, meats, seafood, eggs, honey, gourmet food stalls, arts and craft
When: Every Sunday 6am-midday
Where: Cribb St, Milton

Bakery Lane Providore Markets
What: Unique small-batch produce from local artisans, including sweet treats, as well as coveted condiments to spread on your fresh Bakery Lane-bought bread
When: First Saturday of the month 9am-1pm
Where: Bakery Lane, 690 Ann St, Fortitude Valley

Jan Power’s Farmers Markets
 Farm-fresh food and produce such as homemade cheeses, vegetables, pizzas, pasties, ginger beer and freshly baked breads.

When: First and third Saturday of each month, 6am-midday
Where: Little Bayside Park, Manly

Brisbane Powerhouse
When: Every Saturday, 6am-midday
Where: 119 Lamington St, New Farm

The City
When: Every Wednesday, 10am-6pm
Where: George St end of the Queen Street Mall

When: The First Sunday of each month, 6am-midday
Where: Blackwood St, Mitchelton (Between Samford Rd and Mitchelton train station)

Eat Street Markets
Set in shipping containers, stalls offer different cuisines including delectable (and sometimes wacky) desserts
When: Every Friday and Saturday evening 4-10pm, also in the cooler months every Sunday 10am-3pm
Where: MacArthur Ave, Hamilton Wharf

Eagle Farm Markets
What: Fresh produce including a selection of seafood, meat and poultry
When: Every Sunday, 7am-12.30pm
Where: 230 Lancaster Rd, Ascot

Kelvin Grove Village Markets
 Fresh produce with a selection of plants, flowers and crafts
When: Every Saturday, 6am-1pm
Where: Blamey St, Kelvin Grove Urban Village

Saturday Fresh Market, Rocklea
 Fresh produce and lifestyle market with a huge range of flowers, baked goods and quality meats
When: Every Saturday, 6am-midday
Where: 252 Sherwood Rd, Brisbane

Davies Park Market, West End
 Organic produce, flowers, second-hand clothing and bric-a-brac along with food tastings
When: Every Saturday, 6am-2pm
Where: Cnr Jane St and Montague Rd, West End

Northey Street Organic Markets
What: Certified organic produce, breads, meat, dairy, drygoods and preserves – Queensland’s first and only market selling certified organic produce
When: Every Sunday, 6-10am
Where: Corner of Northey & Victoria Sts, Windsor

Nundah Farmers Markets
What: Enjoy coffee and breakfast while stocking up on fresh produce, gourmet meats, seafood and spices
When: Every Sunday, 6am-noon
Where: Station St, Nundah

Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets
What: Regional produce, artists and purveyors selling Maleny cheese, jams, oils and chutneys, and artisan-baked bread from Sven Novak in Noosa
When: Every Saturday, 6am-midday
Where: 532 Beams Rd, Carseldine


The Collective Markets
What: Arts, crafts, homewares, collectibles, exotic items, designer fashion and handmade jewellery
When: Open every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday
Where: Stanley Street Plaza, South Bank

Riverside Markets
What: Baked goods, handmade jewellery, rugs and wood carvings to household goods, books and clothing
When: Every Sunday, 7am-3pm
Where: Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD

Boundary Street Markets
 Over 100 growers, food producers, local artisans and designers
When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 7am-2pm
Where: Cnr Boundary and Mollison Sts, West End

Twilight Makers Market, Cleveland
What: Handmade items, local goodies and kids’ entertainment
When: Once a month, 4-8pm
Where: Shore St West, Cleveland

Cleveland Village Farmers Market
What: Quality fresh fruit and veges direct from the farm, fresh flowers, freshly baked breads and a selection of local arts and crafts
When: Open rain, hail or shine every Sunday, 7am-1pm
Where: Bloomfield St, Cleveland