Westside Brisbane Markets

Bardon Markets (Rainworth Markets)
Baroona Rd, Rainworth. Sundays – Sun 6 February 2011 – Sun 26 June 2011. 6am to 1pm.
Between Norman Buchan Park and The Governor’s in Rainworth you will find this new and popular Sunday market. Currently aimed at high quality produce, the marketsSunshine Coast Region Markets. Read more … » will branch into art and craft stalls in the near future.
Brookwater Gourmet Markets
Brookwater Golf Club car park, Tournament Drive, Brookwater
A wide array of gourmet delicacies, boasting more than 60 stalls selling fresh produce, breads, meat, fish, poultry and organic food. Offering all sorts of gourmet delicacies and the freshest produce, the Markets also offer gifts, crafts, plants and entertainment.
Ferny Grove Markets (No website)
Every Sunday 6am to Midday
An arts and craft market, as well as a flea market.  This market is open every Sunday, including public holidays.
Forest Lake Markets
Forest Lake ShoppingSunshine Coast Region Markets. Read more … » Centre, Forest Lake Boulevard. Sundays 7am to 1pm
The Forest Lake Sunday Market is located at the Forest Lake shopping centre. We are a general market featuring quality plants, antiques and collectables, art and craft, home wares, clothing, computers, games, books, garden products, kidsWhy My Husband & I Find The Term “Hands On Dad”, Offensive. Read more … » rides and more!
Jan Powers Mitchelton Markets
Blackwood Street, Mitchelton. 1st Sunday of the Month. 6am to 12pm
Moggill Markets
Moggill State School, Moggill Road, Moggill 1st & 3rd Sat Every Month 6.30 to 11.30am
Website says: “Stalls filled with over 90 metres of freshly picked fruit and vegetables straight from the farm, and a variety of different International cuisines on offer.  You could try Hungarian or organic sourdough breads, or genuine hand crafted Swiss Cheeses. Beautiful marinated olives and oils, delicious Greek yoghurt, or jams pickles and cakes freshly made for the market. Or perhaps a touch of the exotic – Japanese Yakitori? We also have venison from Texas, and free range lamb and beef. Enjoy a coffee with your breakfast whilst you shop at leisure in over sixty plus stalls of food. Quality and freshness are the hallmarks of our food market with a reputation for a great atmosphere. Here you can talk to the farmers and producers, they are very proud of what they grow and make. They come far and wide, from Stanthorpe, Noosa, and NSW.”

 

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