Sunday Morning Markets | Best Sunday Markets in Brisbane
One of the nicest ways to start a lovely family Sunday is by getting out bright and early and visiting a morning market. Brisbane and the surrounding areas have an amazing array of markets to explore, where you can stock up on a bounty of farm fresh produce, browse handmade, artisan products, or sit back and enjoy delicious food from around the world while watching the bustle of eager shoppers pass by.
Whether you’re looking for fruit and vegetables, arts and crafts, breakfasts and coffee, or a buzzing atmosphere, you can find it all in and around Brisbane. Here’s our list of the best Sunday morning markets for you to visit.
Sunday Markets – before you go
NOTE: Always check the website of the Sunday markets prior to attending to ensure they are still on, especially if there is rain. Please do let us know if any of the information below changes or if you think we should be featuring one of your favourite Brisbane Sunday markets.
When you attend Sunday Markets in Brisbane make sure you take your own bags to carry your purchases.
Please note that all days and times are correct at the time of publishing but may be subject to change or cancellation due to adverse weather, so it is best to check on the links provided before going.
Inner Brisbane City
Boundary Street Markets
Where: 56 Russell Street, West End When: Every Sunday, 9am–3pm
Often simply referred to as the West End Markets, this local market offers fruit and vegetables, global cuisines, arts and crafts, fashion and more. It is a bustling market in a great location, close to the Brisbane River. https://www.boundarystreetmarkets.com.au/
Brisbane Vegan Markets
Where: Rumpus Room, corner of Boundary Road and Russell Street, West End When: The second and fourth Sunday of each month, 9am–3pm
This specialised market offers a wide range of vegan products, including food, clothing and cosmetics. You can also find ethical charities here. https://www.facebook.com/brisbaneveganmarkets/
Kids & Bubs Market
Where: Rumpus Room, corner of Boundary Road and Russell Street, West End When: The first Sunday of each month, 9am–2pm
This boutique kids’ market offers unique items for kids and babies, including clothing and accessories and more. It also often offers extras such as face painting, jumping castle, petting zoo and other activities. Street food and coffee is also usually available. https://www.facebook.com/kidsandbubswestend/
Where: Rumpus Room, corner of Boundary Road and Russell Street, West End When: The third Sunday of each month, 8am–2pm
This market offers local produce, fashion, arts and crafts and more.
Riverside Markets at the Gardens
Where: City Botanic Gardens, Corner of Alice Street and Albert Street, Brisbane City When: Every Sunday, 8am–3pm
The Riverside Markets are located in the stunning setting of the City Botanic Gardens and have been operating for over 30 years. The markets specialise in arts and fashion, great international foods and coffee. They also have live music for a lovely, happy atmosphere. Enjoy breakfast and shopping at the markets, then explore the gardens and let the kids let of steam at the newly refurbished playground. https://www.theriversidemarkets.com.au/
Riverside Markets at the Pier
Where: Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane City When: 7am–3pm every Sunday
This popular market is located in a lovely setting on the north bank of the Brisbane River and has been running for over 20 years. It offers a wide range of arts, crafts, clothing, jewellery, household items, books, food and more. http://www.riversidemarkets.com.au/
South Bank Young Designers Market
Where: Little Stanley Street, South Bank, Brisbane When: First Sunday of each month, 10am–4pm
You can shop from 80 rising stars at this lovely Sunday market offering a range of fashion, jewellery, art, homewares and more. Showcasing the work of up-and-coming designers, this market is the perfect place to buy gifts and new outfits. https://youngdesignersmarket.com.au/
The Collective Markets
Where: Stanley Street Plaza, South Bank When: Every Sunday, 9am–4pm
Visit this great market for original art, photography, fashion, arts and crafts, jewellery, food and even live music. This is a great place to potter and find unique gifts. Plus it’s right next to South Banks Parklands with Streets Beach and the awesome Riverside Green Playground. https://collectivemarkets.com.au/
Where: Rumpus Room, corner of Boundary Road and Russell Street, West End When: The fourth Sunday of each month, 10am–3pm
This is a vintage, hippy, gypsy market that sells fashion, jewellery, homewares and more. It also offers live music and wholesome and delicious food. http://vindie.com.au/
Where: Corner of Baroona Road and Rainworth Road, Bardon When: Sundays, 6am–12 noon
This community market sells fresh fruit and vegetables, eggs, meat, baked goods, drinks and gifts. https://www.facebook.com/bardoncommunitymarkets/
Boggo Road Markets
Where: Annerley Road, Dutton Park When: Every Sunday, 7am–1pm
This farmers market sells fresh and local produce, food, fashion, gifts, coffee, homewares, plants and flowers. It also has live music and often street performers too. https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Flea-Market/Boggo-Road-Markets-191587687583665/
Where: CDOP, Cribb Street, Milton When: Every Sunday, 6am–12 noon
This is a foodie, farmers and lifestyle market. With over 140 stalls it covers a wide variety of products, including farm fresh fruit and vegetables, meats, seafood, eggs, and arts and crafts. There is also live music and activities for the kids. http://miltonmarkets.com.au/
Mitchelton Farmers Markets
Where: Blackwood Street, Mitchelton When: First Sunday of each month, 6am–12 noon
This is one of the popular Jan Power’s Farmers Markets. It offers fruit and vegetables, cooked foods, meats, freshly baked breads, fish, flowers and more. http://www.janpowersfarmersmarkets.com.au/mitchelton-farmers-markets/
Northey Street Organic Markets
Where: Corner of Northey Street and Victoria Street, Windsor When: Every Sunday, 6–11am
This market sells certified organic produce, including fruit and vegetables, breakfasts, smoothies, coffees, dry foods, bread, eggs, cheese, meats and more. It also offers ethical gifts, jewellery and clothing. https://www.nscf.org.au/organic-farmers-market/
Nundah Farmers Markets
Where: Station Street, Nundah When: Every Sunday, 6am–12 noon
Head here for breakfast, freshly roasted coffee, fresh produce, meat and seafood, eggs and herbs and spices. You will also find plants and flowers, arts and crafts, gifts and homewares. http://nundahmarkets.com.au/
Old Petrie Town Markets
Where: Dayboro Road, Kurwongbah When: Every Sunday, 8am–2pm
For markets mixed with local history, visit Old Petrie Town. There are fresh fruit and vegetables, gourmet foods, arts and crafts, jewellery and also entertainment. https://www.visitmoretonbayregion.com.au/business-directory/petrie-town-country-market-old-petrie-town
Redcliffe Jetty Markets
Where: Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe When: Every Sunday, 8am–2pm
This is a beautiful beachside market where you can get farm fresh produce, lovely foods, arts and crafts, jewellery, clothing, toys and handmade items. It has a great variety in a lovely location, with entertainment too. https://redcliffejettymarkets.com/
Satori Organic Farmers Market
Where: 198 Seymour Street, Sandgate When: Every Sunday, 7am–11am
This market features seasonal, local produce from spray free and organic producers. You can also get artisan breads, and produce from local makers and artisans is coming soon. https://www.satoriorganics.com.au/farmers-market
Cleveland Village Farmers Market
Where: Bloomfield Street, Cleveland When: Every Sunday, 7am–1pm
This market has been running for over 30 years and features over 70 stalls selling products including fresh produce, arts and crafts, food, flowers and breads. It also has entertainment so it’s great for a family morning out. https://www.clevelandmarkets.com.au/
Global Food Village
Where: Croydon Road, Woodridge Station, Logan Central When: Every Sunday, 6am–2pm
This is a multicultural food market featuring local and exotic fruits and vegetables, and amazing street food from around the world. https://www.logan.qld.gov.au/about-logan/calendar/calendar-events/community-events/markets/global-food-village
Manly Creative Markets
Where: Little Bayside Park, Manly When: Every Sunday, 8am–3pm
This lovely market sells fruit and vegetables, food, baked goods, arts and crafts, plants, coffee and more. It also usually has kids’ rides, entertainment, even a dog wash. https://manlyharbourvillage.com/
Sunday Discovery Market
Where: 250 Sherwood Road, Rocklea When: Every Sunday, 6am–12 noon
With over 380 stalls, the Sunday Discovery Market is Brisbane’s biggest trash and treasure market. You can expect to find fruit and vegetables, plants, antiques, clothing, accessories, homeware items, electronics, international food stalls, coffees and more. Note that pedestrian entry costs $1. https://brisbanemarketplace.com.au/markets/sunday-discovery-market/
We hope you have fun exploring Brisbane’s Sunday markets. Remember, there are even more markets in and around on Brisbane on other days too! Check out more Markets We Love here, including Ipswich markets and markets on the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
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