The Best Weekend Markets in Brisbane
Nothing says weekend vibes more than catching that morning sunshine, browsing local artisan talent and eating your way through the markets – easy like Sunday morning!
Once upon a time – not so long ago actually – Brisbane was seen as the inferior to our hipster neighbours down in Melbourne and Sydney. But hey, Brissie baby you’ve stepped up your game. Check out all these weekend markets in Brisbane and try telling us the city’s personality hasn’t blossomed into a social butterfly luring in both foodies and shoppers alike.
Oh Brisbane, haven’t you grown up.
Eat Street, Hamilton
Every Friday & Saturday 4pm - 10pm, Sunday 4pm - 9pm
All hail this food lover’s paradise. No matter what food you prefer (food intolerances included) there is something for everyone to dig into at Eat Street. What started as a few food vendors selling out of funky shipping containers on the Northshore, is now a vibrant market full of 180 diverse food stalls and great entertainment.
Saturday Fresh Market, Rocklea
Every Saturday at 6am - 12pm
The Saturday Fresh Market in Rocklea is the largest fresh food and lifestyle market in Brisbane with over 150 stalls offering a huge selection of fruit and vegetables, quality meats and poultry, breads, baked goods, gourmet and deli lines, a huge range of plants, homewares and lifestyle products.
No dogs are allowed except for certified assistance animals.
Address: 385 Sherwood Road, Rocklea QLD 4106
The Collective Markets, South Bank
Every Friday 5pm - 9pm, Saturday 10am - 9pm, Sunday 9am - 4pm
Support your local makers and peruse the handmade art, clothing, homewares and much more. The perfect after dinner stroll, with plenty of worthy restaurants and eateries close by.
Jan Powers Farmers Markets
Brisbane is lucky enough to be home to Jan Powers Farmers Markets, a series of bustling venues that aren’t your ‘average’ farmers market that’s for sure. Alongside fresh farm produce, you can browse artisan and exotic products that give the Jan Powers venture their unique charm. Keep an eye out for the cooking classes presented by renowned chefs and other special events.
Milton Markets, Milton
Every Sunday 7am - 1pm
A Sunday morning favourite for both locals, and healthy lifestyle devotees. Brisbane is blessed to have that farm to table privilege at hand. At Milton Markets, expect all of that and more.
Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Market
Every Saturday 6am – 12pm
A mix of your traditional farmers market and creative artisan hub, whatever you’re shopping for, you will find it at Carseldine Farmers and Artisan Market.
Mt Gravatt Markets
Every Sunday 6am - 12pm
We seem to be spoiled for street food markets in Brisbane. The Mt Gravatt Markets will serve as your perfect lazy Sunday morn stroll. You’re bound to find a melting pot of cultural food, fresh produce, and live music to help you walk the hangover away off 😉
But that’s not it, the Mt Gravatt Markets also offer a Street Food Evening Market on the first Saturday of each month between 4pm – 9pm, where you can enjoy MORE good food, live music, and a delish cocktail.
Riverside at the Gardens Market, Botanic Gardens
Every Sunday 8am – 3pm
Kelvin Grove Village Markets
Every Saturday 6am – 1pm
Described as the heart and soul of the Kelvin Grove Village, these markets have become a popular haunt, decked out with live tunes and the best international food and coffee.
Brisbane Vegan Markets, West End
Every 2nd & 4th Sunday 9am - 3pm
Veganism is slowly growing across Australia and so are the vegan markets that come with it! At Brisbane Vegan Market, get your hands (and taste buds – yum) on nothing but plant based and cruelty free food and wares.
Nundah Farmers Markets
Every Sunday 6am - 12pm
Rolling out of bed on a Sunday morning, a freshly roasted coffee, and market brekky are in order. Rain, hail or shine, Nundah Farmers Markets has great food, great shopping and great vibes.
Food truck Collective
Some days when you knock off from a long day at work, you’re simply fanging for a big greasy burger or juicy wings. Everyone knows the best place to get that satisfaction is from your local food trucks! Check out the Food Truck Collective. As an alliance of Brisbane’s favourite food trucks, they will keep you updated on their food truck frenzy’s they host around the river city.