Sunshine Coast Markets

Sunshine Coast Markets

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sunshine coast markets

Shopping for handmade treasures and local produce under sunny skies can be immensely fulfilling, and Queensland‘s Sunshine Coast provides markets suitable for every taste and budget.

Spend Friday nights exploring Marcoola Market instead, for food-festival bliss beneath fairy lights and treat yourself to Turkish Lamb Gozleme or super fresh poke bowls from Marcoola Market’s food festival!

Maleny Lane Night Market

Located near Maleny, be sure to stop at this vibrant market for an enjoyable shopping experience. Here, you will find second-hand bargains as well as delicious fresh fruit and vegetables at various stalls; plus arts & crafts, flowers, coffee & home-baked goodies!

This market is popular with both residents and visitors. It features artists, designers, and inventors selling their wares at the venue – such as original artworks, sculptures, furniture pieces, skincare products, pottery items, jewellery or pottery items.

At this market in Sunshine Coast Hinterland you can take time out during the week and relax while listening to live music, sampling street food from vendors ranging from souvlaki and Indian curries, Korean bao buns and more – perfect for an enjoyable evening out in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland! As an added perk these markets allow customers to bring in their own alcohol which adds another bonus feature!

Eumundi Markets

Return home with your reusable shopping bags packed and head for Eumundi, an idyllic hinterland town renowned for its twice-weekly market that draws thousands of locals and international visitors alike. Here, local vendors showcase everything from fresh produce and plants to secondhand bargains, vintage collectables, hippy bohemia and hippy bohemia – the market is an event not to be missed!

Searching for something unique? From handcrafted gifts to home accessories, now is your opportunity to shop, browse and relax while taking in some local food and cuisine! Don’t miss this event – come prepared!

Established in 1979, the Original Eumundi Markets are well known for upholding their ethos of’make it, bake it, grow it and sew it’ and have earned themselves a spot as one of Australia’s premier art and produce markets. Boasting more than 600 stalls as an artisan paradise, you are certain to discover something truly exceptional here.

Marcoola Market

On Coolum Beach lies this market event which caters to fashionistas, jewellery enthusiasts and fans of original artwork or sculptures, skincare, pottery baking and homewares. Local artisans, designers and inventors gather here with passion to offer unique and creative products – and there are plenty of them here for sale.

If you’re looking for an enjoyable afternoon on a tight budget, Marcoola Market provides retail therapy and an inexpensive dining experience with everything from burgers and Mexican cuisine to doughnuts and seafood available for purchase at its various food stalls. There’s truly something here for everyone!

The Markets also host a monthly Farmer’s Market featuring some of the Sunshine Coast’s premier growers and producers, featuring fresh fruit and vegetables, deli products, eggs, meats and cheeses – as well as being dog-friendly! Perfect for taking your pooch for a stroll.

Caloundra Street Fair

At Bloomhill Cancer Care’s popular local artisan market you will find an abundance of goods to take home with you – including second-hand books, indoor plants and beaded jewellery! Plus all proceeds go towards helping a good cause!

No local should miss experiencing Eumundi Markets on at least one occasion – these famed Sunshine Coast markets feature rows and rows of unique stalls offering pieces by local artists, delicious fresh farm produce, beachwear and delicious cakes!

Noosa Farmers Market offers the ideal setting to experience nature. Stroll among fragrant gum trees while discovering an array of produce, handmade treats, and artisan crafts at this iconic hub of activity located within Noosa UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and with an emphasis on sustainability by using re-usable string bags and jars; you might also meet some of your food producers! Plus there are restaurants and cafes nearby where you can grab something to eat or drink after strolling around this vibrant market!


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