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The Best Brisbane Markets For Fresh Produce, Local Art & Incredible Food

For the best in local produce and creative wares, these are the best Brisbane markets to stroll through this weekend.

Finders Keepers Markets

There’s nothing better than a lazy morning browse through the markets, coffee in one hand and a dog leash in the other. Many Brisbane locals spend the wee hours of their weekend mornings loading up on local produce to enjoy over the week, supporting our local farmers, foodies and small businesses. 

We’ve put together a guide to the city’s favourites so that you can experience the best that Brisbane markets have to offer! It’s also one of the best ways to explore new parts of the city on foot, with most of these markets being situated in scenic or waterfront locations. So grab your reusable bags or produce trolley, it’s time to explore Brisbane’s best markets.

St Stephen’s Cathedral Markets

Searching for an inner-city market that does it all? The St Stephen’s Cathedral Markets are set to make a triumphant return from March 2024 to bring a vibrant celebration of local produce and small businesses to life! Pick up your fresh produce for the week, grab a bite to eat from a diverse line-up of Korean, Italian or Greek eats, and shop up a storm from the various unique vendors hawking accessories, gifts and so much more. 

Every Tuesday from the 5th March, 8am to 2pm

249 Elizabeth Street (enter via Elizabeth or Charlotte Streets), Brisbane City 

Superordinary Supermarkets

Superordinary Supermarkets

In 2023, Brisbane Northshore launched the Superordinary Supermarkets, designed for foodies, music and art lovers, and fashion-savvy shoppers to delight in as part of their Sunday reset. On the second Sunday of each month from 8am to 2pm, shoppers can visit the Superordinary creative hub to thrift fashion, art, jewellery, crafts and more, all in one location. With a regular rotation of new market stallholders, there will always be something new to discover at these fun new markets in Brisbane!

Second Sunday of the month, 8am to 2pm

175 MacArthur Avenue, Hamilton

Eat Street (Photo credit: Tourism and Events Queensland)

Eat Street Northshore

A mere fifteen minutes from the CBD on a historic wharf on the Brisbane River lies an enormous market metropolis that’s bursting with hot food, cold refreshing drinks and quirky stalls to shop from! This Brisbane market destination proved so popular that it had to be upgraded to a larger site on the Northshore so that they could accommodate over 70 traders, ranging from 5 themed bars, eclectic shopping stalls and micro restaurants from six of the world’s seven continents, all housed in repurposed shipping containers. Eat Street is the perfect dining and drinks destination for couples and groups on weekend evenings or Friday nights after a long, busy week.

Fridays and Saturdays, 4pm to 10pm

Sunday, 4pm to 9pm

221D MacArthur Avenue, Hamilton

Riverside Markets

Riverside Markets

These popular Brisbane Riverside Markets have been operating for over thirty years, bringing early birds and keen shoppers together to explore art and fashion by the water in the Brisbane Botanic Gardens. An iconic location for locals and tourists alike, as you stroll through the stalls you can enjoy international food and delicious coffee while live music sets the scene for a perfect Sunday morning. After you’re finished at the markets, why not take the opportunity to stroll around the CBD and explore while it’s quiet?

Sundays, 8am to 3pm

City Botanic Gardens, Alice & Albert Streets, Brisbane City

Kelvin Grove Village Markets

Kelvin Grove Village Markets

Situated in the heart of Kelvin Grove Village, this market is the perfect way to kick off your weekend, picking up some fresh produce, freshly baked bread and sipping a coffee as you stroll around and enjoy the upbeat atmosphere that only a weekend morning market can bring. One of our favourite Brisbane markets, at Kelvin Grove Village, is home to stalls selling art, fashion, fresh produce and unique artisanal goodies. Start your weekend off on a fun, fresh and productive foot this week by visiting these energising Brisbane markets, and set the tone for the next week to come!

Saturdays, 6am to 1pm

Blamey Street, QUT Urban Village, Kelvin Grove

Franco Markets

Franco Markets

If you’re looking for a fun way to start your Saturday morning, or you’re looking for a unique new piece to add to your wardrobe, Franco Markets are our latest find on the weekend morning market rotation. Shop preloved clothing, new accessories, local artisanal wares, plants and more at these Brisbane markets located in Sandgate. There’s also live music, quality coffee and tasty treats to enjoy, so you can truly make a morning of it!

Bimonthly Saturdays, 8am to 11am

95 Brighton Road, Shorncliffe

Redcliffe Markets

Redcliffe Markets

Take a drive to the north side of town and explore the waterfront Redcliffe Markets this Sunday! Combine your Sunday morning stroll with your pooch with a delicious culinary adventure as you sample the vendor’s wares. Stock up on produce and pantry essentials, with farmers selling their fresh, local products that will make your every meal a delight. There’s even a pet stall, so your pup can pick out their very own Sunday market treat.

Sundays, 8am to 2pm

Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe

Brisbane Vegan Markets

Brisbane Vegan Markets

For every type of vegan food, snack or skincare you haven’t yet heard of, enter the Brisbane Vegan Markets! The best way to discover new vegan products as well as try tasty samples that will have you coming back for more! Don’t forget to bring a hearty appetite, as the tantalising scents of sizzling burgers or warm and sugary doughnuts prove (very) difficult to resist. We tried.

Bimonthly, dates vary.

Various locations

Milton Markets

Milton Markets

Famous not only for the farm-fresh produce but their delicious foodie stalls, the Milton Markets are one of Brisbane’s most popular markets for a wholesome and productive Sunday morning outing. With over 130 stalls of premium produce, meats, gourmet goodies, live entertainment and ample undercover parking, the Milton Markets are a one-stop shop for your weekly pantry needs.

Sundays, 6am to 12pm

The Collective Markets

The Collective Markets

One of the most popular markets for unique artwork, quirky fashion and endless trinkets, the Collective Markets at South Bank are the perfect location to get your gift shopping done in one fell swoop. Whether it's a post-dinner wander or a browse after brunching at some of the best cafes South Bank has to offer, these Brisbane markets are sure to surprise and delight.

Times vary

Little Stanley Street, South Bank

Finders Keepers Markets

Finders Keepers Markets

The mantra of the Finders Keepers Markets is “Mindfully Made, Thoughtfully Bought”. During this three-day marketplace extravaganza, you’ll discover debut artists and carefully curated creators, ensuring that each event is bigger and brighter than the last. With over 200 independent art and design stalls, you can spend hours poring over handmade beauties and purchasing unique pieces for your home or memorable gifts for your loved ones.

Bi-annually events, dates vary

Various locations

Jan Powers Markets

Jan Powers Markets

Bring your basket and a hungry belly! Boasting some of the freshest and tastiest produce as well as quirky fashion and delicious snack vendors, the Jan Powers Markets are always bustling with shoppers. Bring your four-legged friends along, grab a coffee as you browse and sit down with some delicious breakfast or lunch options once your groceries are complete.

Whether you head to the Powerhouse or to Manly, you also have waterfront views and wonderful walking tracks right at your feet!

Multiple locations, times vary

Northey Street Organic Markets

Northey Street Organic Markets

Getting ready for your weekly meal prep? Pop down to the Northey Street Organic Markets to browse Brisbane’s freshest organic produce. You can get away with completing a week’s worth of groceries with stalls offering fruit, veg, meat, dairy, preserves and much more! Save some room for brunch too - there are plenty of options to choose from and you can often enjoy some live music while you munch! 

Sundays, 6am to 11am

Northey Street City Farm, Windsor

Suitcase Rummage (Image credit: Linsey Rendell)

Suitcase Rummage

A favourite amongst fashionistas, the Suitcase Rummage is the spot to secure a bargain! Hugely popular amongst Brisbane’s thrifty and environmentally conscious shopaholics, there’s always someone new selling their wares. Take your time poking through overflowing luggage at these Brisbane markets and don’t be afraid to have a chat (or a haggle) with the seller, you might just make a new and fellow-minded friend.

First and third Sundays of the month

Brisbane Square, Brisbane City

Saturday Fresh Market

Saturday Fresh Markets

The famous Rocklea Saturday Fresh Markets are always packed to the brim on a Saturday morning, bustling with locals purchasing their fresh produce for the week ahead. Grab a coffee and some brekkie on the way in, before browsing through the farm fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as fresh seafood and cold meats. The Brisbane Flower Markets operate out of the same location, so if you’re looking for a bouquet to brighten up your home or a gorgeous floral gift for a friend, you can choose from multiple flower vendors all in one location.

Saturdays, 6am to 12pm

Sherwood Road, Rocklea

Haven’t quite hit your shopping quota for the week after visiting the best Brisbane markets? Check out our favourite shopping destinations to get your retail therapy fix. Or if you’re looking to spend your weekends hunting for more treasures to add to your home and wardrobe, take a scroll through our list of Brisbane’s best thrift stores and op shops.

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