Aimee O'Keefe

21 Best Brisbane Markets: A Complete Guide | Man of Many

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Brisbane City Markets have you sorted if you want to get your hands on some of the best produce in town. The markets are perfect for helping you stock up on fresh produce mid-week when stocks start running low. Located conveniently at both Reddacliffe Place and Cathedral Square, we know what you should do on your next lunch break.

1. Brisbane City Markets

You won’t be coming back empty-handed after a trip to West End Market. This is one of the best markets in Brisbane if you want a little bit of everything. The market has homewares, local produce, food trucks and some stalls run by local creatives. So, if you need to do groceries, get some new threads and grab a housewarming gift, you’ll be more than satisfied here.

2. West End Markets

It’s no surprise that one of Australia’s most vegan-friendly cities has a dedicated vegan market. Brisbane Vegan Markets is your one-stop shop for all things vego and vegan. From sweet treats to your essential vegan patties that you can find at the local supermarket, this market is a vegans dream come true.

3. Brisbane Vegan Markets

Nundah Farmers Market is the best market in Brisbane for all the early risers looking to get the best pick of the crop. If you can manage to get out of bed on a Sunday morning and make it here before it shuts at noon, you’re already a winner. Before you get shopping, you can fuel up on croissants, crepes, and coffee from the various stalls at the market.

4. Nundah Farmers Market

Are we in Brisbane or a small country town? You could be fooled into thinking the latter at Northey Street City Farm Organic Market. The market is located next door to the city farm, so the produce is super local and fresh. Bring your kids along to this Sunday market- the cute animals are guaranteed to entertain!

5. Northey Street City Farm Organic Market

Kelvin Grove Village doesn’t miss out when it comes to weekend markets. The village markets are a favourite weekend activity amongst locals. The popular market stocks fruit, veg, crafts, meats and cheeses. All your essentials in one place, and supporting local- what’s better?

6. Kelvin Grove Village Markets

If you find yourself in Bardon and are looking for something to do on a Sunday morning, how about a squiz at the markets? Whilst these markets are relatively small, they’re a local gem. The stalls sell fresh veg, fruit, meat and plenty of baked treats.

7. Bardon Markets

For the ultimate and perhaps the best markets in Brisbane, Jan Powers is a top contender. Spread across multiple locations around the sunny city, you’re bound to find one near you. They have everything from the finest local produce to delicious takeaway bites to energise you as you shop.

8. Jan Powers Farmers Markets

Saturday Fresh Markets have been around for years and are every market-goers dream. These markets truly have it all – plenty of fresh produce, dairy, and a beautiful array of flowers to choose from. They even sell pet supplies!

9. Saturday Fresh Markets

You’ll find plenty of pooches roaming around Milton Markets, which is just another reason to check them out. Support local growers by doing your Sunday shop here. You can also support some talented local artists, with a selection of works from the best local artists on offer.

10. Milton Markets

The Carseldine Market is North Brisbane’s very own genuine produce, foodie and craft market. The market is bustling with people, smells and tastes every Saturday and accompanied by the lovely sounds of live music. There’s also plenty of activities for kids, so you can bring the whole family along.

11. Carseldine Market

Buying local doesn’t get better than this. Talk to the makers of the clothes, art, homewares, skincare and ceramics you are buying – as they will be standing right behind the stall! Get the story behind what you’re buying, and you’ll be sure to treasure them forever.

1. The Market Folk

The laneways of the valley are an eclectic place at the best of times, but on the first and third Saturday of every month, they transform into a bustling market. The market is everything creative – ceramics, art, homewares, and plenty of retro pieces and clothing. There are several cafes around so you won’t have to go without coffee and a bite to eat!

2. Valley Laneway Markets

A market so sprawling, you could easily spend the entire six hours it’s open wandering through its many stalls. Sunday Discovery Market is a good option if you’re looking for antiques and other vintage pieces to add to your home or wardrobe.

3. Sunday Discovery Market

A true icon and one of the best markets in Brisbane if you’re looking for an evening market. Kicking things off on Friday at 5 pm, these markets have a bit of everything. From art, fashion and street food, it’s one of the best ways to spend your weekend evenings.

4. The Collective Markets

What better way to start your Sunday than the vibrant atmosphere of Riverside Market? They are one of Brisbane’s oldest running markets and are packed to the brim with fashion, international food, homewares and gifts. There is also live music to liven the mood.

6. Riverside Market

Lovers of all things second-hand, unite! Just like it sounds, the Suitcase Rummage is a market full of suitcases filled to the brim with pre-loved goods. Make sure you have plenty of energy and time, the suitcases can be pretty messy, and competition can be pretty rife!

7. Suitcase Rummage

Set against the stunning backdrop of Brisbane’s coastline, bask in the glory of all the goodies this market has to offer. The Redcliffe market is a versatile one- fresh produce, flowers, fashion, and other bits and pieces available, with a dose of sea air.

8. Redcliffe Market

The Young Designers Market is the perfect way for young designers in Brisbane to start getting their art out to the people of Brisbane. A little bit of a later start will set the mood for a relaxing day browsing art and all sorts of beautiful things at these up and coming markets.

9. Young Designers Market

While the shipping containers may lead you astray, Eat Street in Northshore is far from sub-par. Over 180 dining and shipping containers grace the streets of Eat Street, scattered amongst permanent bars and restaurants. The dishes on offer are delicious, unique and bursting with flavours.

1. Eat Street Northshore

Bite Markets are calling your name if you’re on the hunt to get your international food fix. There are several food trucks with cuisines from all across the world, with plenty of areas for you to sit to enjoy your food, under sparkly fairy lights, of course. The perfect night out with friends.

2. Bite Markets

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