The Village Markets (established in 2008) trades every month, on the first and third Sunday at Burleigh Heads State School 8.30am to 1pm.
This creative hub for emerging entrepreneurs (the likes of Peony Swimwear, F+H Jewellery, Grace Bijoux, Children of the Tribe and Kivari have all traded there) plays host to 100 plus incredible boutique market stalls in fashion, vintage, art and lifestyle, as well as street food, live tunes and a monthly pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sale.
Affectionately known as TVM, The Village Markets is the go-to destination for good vibes of a Sunday morning on the Gold Coast.
The Village Markets was named the Gold Coast's top 3 site by Lonely Planet in 2019 and has featured in The Collective Hub Magazine, along with Qantas, Scoot, Voyeur and Jetstar Magazines.
Bringing artistic expression out into a shared community space, it creates opportunities for everyone to engage with, be challenged by and be inspired by art in its many forms. Set along the Cardwell Foreshore.
There will be a great variety of media including pottery, glass, jewelry, furniture, woodworking, fiber, paintings, photography, and apparel handmade by the various artists....
The ultimate twilight shopping experience. Quality Artisan Market with Food, Wine and Music.
Cobb+Co Museum is transformed into a twilight artisan market offering the best locally hand made products direct from the maker.
There will be live music and the opportunity to browse with a glass of wine in hand and chat directly with the people who made the quality products.
Hand Made Under the Stars is the ultimate twilight shopping experience with unique gifts from more than 60 selected local artisans....
The Calliope Historical Village Markets are held on a regular basis along the banks of the Calliope River only 26 kilometres from Gladstone and 100 kilometres south of Rockhampton! A lovely relaxed markets with something to suit the whole family.
Grab a drink or a bite to eat and sit with your family under the shady trees. Bring the kids along for a ride on the famous miniature train or just come along to view the abundance of homewares, fresh produce, plants and bric-a-brac for sale.
While there don't forget to visit the village's historic buildings and spend some time looking at the interesting displays including the Calliope River Railway Display.
The Markets run from 8am to 12pm and the Clyde Hotel is licensed on Market days. The variety of food and drink stalls cater for the needs of hungry and thirsty visitors.
The Mission Beach Monster market is a local community market run by Rotary Mission Beach. Traditionally this market starts on Easter Sunday and then on the last Sunday of each month up to and including November.
The Market runs from 7am until 12pm and is located at shady Ulysses Day Park, beside the beach on Porter Promenade, Mission Beach. With over 90 stall sites at this market there is a fantastic range of goods on display.
Stall-holders come from a wide area around the area including Townsville and Cairns and the Tablelands, selling a great variety of products, including farm produce, lots of different foods, fruits and vegetables, crafts of all description, clothing, jewellery, plants, kick-knacks, second hand goods and more - something for everyone.
The Fernvale Country Markets take place every Sunday at the Fernvale State Primary School on the Brisbane Valley Highway, Fernvale. Enjoy a Sunday morning drive into Fernvale and take a relaxing stroll around the markets as your shop for locally grown fruit and vegetables, hand made gifts and wares and other fun market stalls.
The Kuraby Farmers and Food Markets is the perfect place to shop, eat and relax at your local weekend market.
It is packed with loads of fruit and vegetable sellers, growers, traditional foods, arts and crafts, second hand items, freshly brewed coffee, freshly baked breads, fresh seafood, premium meats, unique and handmade items, jewellery, clothing and loads of activities for the kids.
With a huge range of foods to choose from including a variety of breakfast options and international cuisine - they have something for everyone!
Unwind and enjoy the relaxed beach setting. Market boasts a variety of local arts and craft, fresh produce, plants, bric-a-brac, raffles, kids activities and food vendors.
Market occurs on the fourth Sunday of the month between May and September.
Explore your backyard while taking in the ocean breeze, as you stroll along the iconic Surfers Paradise foreshore to discover some of the Gold Coasts' most unique market stalls.
All your favourite stallholders will be back in action for you to get hold of all those beloved fashion and accessory pieces and handmade treasures happening on the following dates and times.
With restrictions easing, why not make the most of your outing by coming in early or staying a little later to enjoy one of many restaurants and eateries located in Surfers Paradise!
If you can’t make it into Paradise? Shop online
The Surfers Paradise Beachfront Markets are committed to ensuring the health and safety of its visitors, stallholders, and its team and has put the following changes in place....
The Yeppoon Community Market is held each Saturday morning at the Yeppoon Showgrounds from 6am to 10am.
Arrive early for your choice the freshest local fruit and vegetables the Capricorn Coast has to offer.
The Gold Coast's favourite market, The Village Markets, is expanding North to Brisbane at Stones Corner on a quarterly basis.
The Village Markets will be lining Stones Corner Village with a boutique lineup of market stalls, live music, creative workshops, family fun, pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales and good vibes. Alongside this is a beautiful street filled with boutiques, eateries, eclectic establishments and more.
SMIRW is closely monitoring advice from the government on events and gatherings, however it is their intention at this point to proceed with the 2020 event. Registrations for yachts are higher than ever and they hope to be able to deliver another fantastic race week albeit in a scaled down version for this year.
For up to date information please follow their facebook page.
The Annual SeaLink Magnetic Island Racer Week brings together the excitement of competitive sailing and community events, along with the ambience of Magnetic Island each August/September, SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week offers an experience to remember.
With top notch racing, live bands and partying galore, the shore side program of this annual regatta is sure to leave you wanting more year after year.
You don't need to be a competitive sailor to participate in this great event, there is something available for everyone whether it be jumping onboard the a racing yacht or partying after dark with the crews at one of the social functions....
The QCWA markets promises to be a feast for your senses. Indulge yourself and experience Charters Towers' local hospitality and listen and chat with the stallholders who love nothing better than to share their local knowledge and experiences.
With their vibrant colours, locally grown and freshly picked produce is a delight to the eyes, and those freshly harvested fruits and veggies smell wonderful, good enough to eat straightaway.
Charters Towers boasts some of the best cooks in the country there are baked goodies, bottled jams and all kinds of condiments for all occasions. Your taste buds will thank you.
Craftsmen and craftswomen create a feast for your eyes by proudly spreading their wares, ranging from leather work, handmade jewellery, knitting, crocheting and machine made garment, card making, potted plants and knick knacks that will bring a smile to your face.
These indoor markets are a delight whatever the weather may bring. So rain or shine the hall provides a very comfortable venue for everyone to feel at home.
Come along and treat your senses to an array of delights.
The funds raised are utilised by the local QCWA branch to help individuals and families identified as needing assistance.
Take home some fresh local produce and home-made treats from one of their local country markets. You'll also find collectables, arts and crafts, books and lots of other goodies.
Murphys Creek Markets are held on the third Saturday of each month (excluding January) at the Murphys Creek Tavern grounds, 1 Thursa Road, Murphys Creek from 7am to 1pm.
Join them at Club Boutique Hotel for Markets and Grazy Saturdays from 6 June to 29 August 2020. Weekend markets are the best way to spend a grazy Saturday in Cunnamulla.
Stroll around and meet the local vendors and try their amazing produce including home made cakes, slices,
Jams and chutneys. They will also have Photography,
Jewellery and Brick a brack. You can also explore local art and craft.
Great lunch menu with alfresco, garden or restaurant dining. Taste the local craft beer "Cunnamulla Characters Brewed" and hear the tales of some crafty characters of the past and present.
Club Boutique Hotel Markets and Grazy Saturdays is a great place to meet up and hang out with family and friends. These markets are small and personal but great fun!
10am Markets open.
12pm to 2pm Mark Porter Blues live.
12pm to 2pm Lunch.
The Mission Beach Markets are local community markets run by Rotary Mission Beach. The Mission Beach Markets are held in the shady Ulysses Day Park beside the beach on Porter Promenade, Mission Beach. They run from 7am until 12noon, and are held on the first and third Sunday of each month all year round.
There are 80 stall sites and stall-holders sell a wide range of goods - fruit and veg, takeaway food, plants, clothing, jewellery, books, second hand items, and lots of different craft items, plus more.
Every Sunday, Markets in the Meadow will host a comprehensive farmer's market at Aquis Park, Racecourse Road Bundall.
Glorious coastal open-air; is there a safer place to shop? Support the local Queensland and Northern Rivers growers in a paddock to plate experience and get a little exercise as well.
Patrons will be pleasantly surprised with the easy-going outdoor atmosphere and the range of exhibitors. There will be fresh fruit and vegetables, cryovac meats, specialist bakeries, international takeaway food and so much more!
But wait, there's more…. , healthy juices and of course... coffee to kick start the day. Take home fresh flowers, pet treats, plants and herbs, meals for a week, jams, honey.
And with in-out safety, you can be back home before you know it!
Markets in the meadow, shopping in the sun…. see you Sundays after 6am....
The Greater Whitsunday Farmers’ Market is the showcase of local, fresh produce and value added products from within Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday Region.
Every Wednesday morning from 7am to 11am in Mackay's vibrant city heart on the beautiful Bluewater Quay. Join families and restaurateurs in buying local produce that does not come any fresher. All stall holders are guaranteed local to the region and are selling guaranteed local goods that either are grown and caught locally or are made with local ingredients.
Once a month, learn how to cook meals with local produce with The Family Table Mackay who host a cooking demonstration!
Get to meet your local farmer and ask them directly all about the produce you will be taking home to feed your family. Where was it grown? When was is picked? Do you use sprays on this? How best to store the produce? Will this be in season long? And so many more questions!
Fig Tree Creek Markets are organised by Keppel Coast Arts and held on the first Sunday each month, adjacent to the Capricorn Coast Tourist Information Centre at Ross Creek Roundabout, Yeppoon.
Fig Tree Creek Markets stallholders display, demonstrate and sell unique, handmade, locally designed, home baked and home grown products. Celebrate the local creativity and enjoy live entertainment each month.
Proceeds from the stallholders fees collected also help KCA in other arts related activities within the community.
Normally held on the third Saturday of the month, the Biloela Markets line the park lands near the Biloela Information Centre on Callide Street. This is where you’ll find those unexpected gems, the funky hand tooled or crafted specialties, homemade treats, jams and sauces, candles and scents, organic fruit and veg.
No two market days are the same. Vendors rotate and change, so there’s always the new or different to see or try. You are always sure to find a sausage sizzle and if lucky, the local tennis clubs dutch pancakes. Occasionally, local clubs also join in the act, staging their events on market days to add even more novelty and fun.
Celebrate Sunday with Springfield Markets.
Come for a morning treat, splash in the new lagoon, browse their local talented artists and crafters stalls, shop for home wares and enjoy dinner with family and friends from food trucks and multicultural stalls.
Robelle Domain Parkland has plenty of open spaces to eat and play. Don't forget your picnic blanket and your swimmers.
First Sunday of each month 8am to 2pm....
CRT FarmFest is Queensland’s premier primary industry field days. Showcasing over 2,000 companies and attracting over 60,000 visitors from across the nation and overseas. This is one of the fastest-growing and successful field days in Australia. The event is organised and promoted by ACM Rural Events, the organisers of many major events in Australia and New Zealand including the giant AgQuip Field Days in Gunnedah NSW.
This family-friendly event features around 100 unique stalls offering handmade and artisan crafts, street food, gourmet sweets, fashion, jewellery, fun games for children and much more.
Enjoy the beautiful atmosphere with live entertainment, homemade and artisan stalls, delicious food stalls and colourful street theatre performances as day slips into night on the waterfront at Bulcock Beach.
The markets are open from 5pm to 9pm on the last Friday of every month (until Winter when there are no markets held).
DUE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS, THIS EVENT WILL NOT TAKE PLACE IN 2020. IT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO APRIL 2021 WITH THE YET TO BE CONFIRMED DATE OF APRIL 7TH TO THE 13TH.
A once in a lifetime event! Over 70 Veteran 1 and 2 Cylinder cars (all over 100 years old)and motorbikes will descend on Charleville for the week and you are welcome to see them at the racecourse each morning (except Sunday) from 10am to 11am.
Come and see vehicles like the Maxwell, Buick, Renault, Reo, De Dion Bouton, Albion, Brush, Rover, Oldsmobile, Rambler, Aerial, Swift, Clement Bayard, Triumph, Humbrette, IHC, Cadillac, Star, Sizaire Naudin, Darrarq, Minervette, Schact and Indian. The oldest vehicle was manufactured in 1903 and still running strongly.
A special spectacle will be the Gaslight Parade on Friday night with street markets in Wills Street where these vehicles will be on display from 5:00pm prior to the Gaslight Parade at commencing at 6:30pm.
The Causeway Lake Markets are held on the fourth Sunday of every month from 10am to 12pm at Causeway Lake, at the northern end of the causeway. The stalls have a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables and other homemade products.
** Due to COVID-19 the Markets are currently cancelled **
On the fourth Sunday of each month, local producers gather at Centenary Park to sell fresh produce, home made crafts, jewellery, clothing and just about anything else you can think of. Stroll through the beautiful surrounds of Centenary Park and chat to a local, with over 50 stalls each month and the local Country Music Club providing live music. Each month the markets raise funds for a nominated charity....
The Lions Airlie Beach Community Markets are located on the foreshore of Airlie Beach, every Saturday morning. Complete with local produce, art, craft and all locally made souvenirs, it is a great place to spend some time, have a coffee or purchase a unique gift. The Saturday Markets in Airlie Beach are a great way to kick off a fabulous day in Airlie Beach. In addition, the Lions Club conducts Cruise Ship Markets at the Airlie Beach foreshore each time there is a cruise ship in town.
The Nundah Fresh Farmer's Markets is the perfect place on a Sunday to pop in for your freshly roasted coffee and breakfast. While you are there, you can stock up on your weekly fresh produce including gourmet meats, fresh seafood, local prawns, herbs and spices and farm-fresh eggs.
Browse the wide selection of flowers and plants, arts and crafts, handmade gifts, home decorations, health and lifestyle products and alternative therapies.
Take home some fresh local produce and home-made treats from one of their local country markets. You'll also find collectables, arts and crafts, books and lots of other goodies.
Laidley Markets are held on the fourth Saturday of the month in Ferrari Park from 6am to 12pm.
Townsville's most iconic farmers market for over 35 years! From fresh herbs to hand made goods, Cotters Market is your one-stop to taste and experience the real Townsville!
Every Sunday morning, in the heart of Townsville's Central Business District, enjoy live music, fresh foods and exotic goods.
The first Jandowae Timbertown Festival was held in 2001 to celebrate the important contribution the timber milling industry made to their town and way of life.
The Jandowae Timbertown Festival is run by the community and committee of volunteers, and continues to provide a dynamic fundraising event which aims to benefit all local businesses, community groups, clubs and organisations. It is an excellent opportunity to celebrate Jandowae’s history as well as the town as it stands today, and promotes a real sense of community.
The festival is held over two days and three nights - and includes market stalls, rodeo and barrel racing, competitions for locals and festival visitors to take part in, fireworks, live stage entertainment suitable for all ages and various wood related and sporting events. Each time the biennial event has been held, it has grown significantly in popularity. As well as being an event that attracts visitors from the Western Downs region, the festival also attracts many visitors from afar including those that take advantage of the great camping and caravan facilities at the Jandowae Showgrounds....
The Discovery Coast Markets are held on the second and fourth Sunday of each month at the SES Grounds located between Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy. Come and browse the arts and crafts, bric-a-brac and fresh produce available to purchase. These markets have a relaxed atmosphere and are set under many nice big shady trees.
Please note that during school holidays, the markets are held every Sunday.
One of Brisbane's original farmers markets, The Cleveland Markets has been operating in Bloomfield Street, Cleveland (Brisbane Bayside) for over 30 years. With over 80 Stalls including fresh produce from local farmers, arts and craft, gifts, food and entertainment makes it the perfect Sunday destination for the family. Come and check out the beautiful Cleveland Markets this Sunday, they look forward to seeing you there.
The Cleveland Markets are located in the heart of the Redlands City and the gateway to the beautiful Stradbroke Island and Moreton Bay. With plenty of free street car parking available and situated only a short two minute stroll from the Cleveland train station.
Take home some fresh local produce and home-made treats from one of the local country markets. You'll also find collectables, arts and crafts, books and lots of other goodies set amongst magnificent landscapes. Markets held on the first Saturday of every month at the Mulgowie Hall Grounds from 8am to 11am.
The Wondai Country Markets are getting bigger and better every month. Managed by the Wondai Regional Art Gallery, the markets operate in Coronation Park, MacKenzie Street, in the Wondai Central Business District every fourth Saturday of the month, from 7am til 12pm.
The markets include stallholders selling fresh fruit and vegetables, arts and crafts, useful knick-knacks, great gifts and goodies, clothing and more. There's live entertainment with locals firing up the barbecue from 7am to dish out hearty breakfasts to the early bargain hunters.
New stallholders are always very welcome. Stall fees range from AUD10 with power, and water available if needed.
The new ‘Studio’ is located within the market area at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery. The ‘Studio’ welcomes stallholders with an offer of a table in air-conditioned comfort, for just AUD5. The only stipulation is that the goods must be handmade and/or homemade.
Why not come and enjoy a Devonshire Tea provided by the QCWA in the relaxing forecourt of the new ‘Studio’.