Local markets show a lot of a city’s flavour and flare. It’s also a great way to get everything you need – food, wares, produce and more!
1. Boundary Street Markets
The Boundary Street Markets are housed on the historic site of the old Peter’s Ice Cream Factory. The markets gather together an incredible group of more than 100 growers, food producers, local artisans and designers. During the day, you can discover anything from art to fresh artichokes and everything in between. In the evening, it transforms in a night food market.
The Boundary Street Markets are open from 4-10pm on Friday, 10am-10pm on Saturday and 9am-2pm on Sunday.
2. Eat Street Markets
The Eat Street Markets are Brisbane’s bustling Asian-style night market with picture-perfect fairy-lit alleyways of shipping containers down by Hamilton Wharf.
Eat Street combines aromatic international cuisine and vibrant textiles, to enchanting sights and sounds of our live performers. The market is open every Friday and Saturday from 4-10pm and Sunday from 10am-3pm starting May.
3. The Collective Markets
The Collective Markets mark every South Bank experience whilst in Brisbane. The markets feature plenty of cool trinkets and goodies such as arts, crafts, homewares, collectibles, exotic items, designer fashion and more! The Collective Markets are open from 10am every Friday to Sunday until June.
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