Cnr Boundary St and Mollison St, West End, QLD 4101
7 Nov, 2015 - 29 Jul, 2017
Housed on the historic site of the old Peter’s Ice-cream Factory (now the Absoe site) on the corner of Boundary and Mollison Sts, the Boundary Street Markets gather together an incredible group of more than 100 growers, food producers, local artisans and designers.
During the day, discover anything from art and artichokes to zebra statues and zippy bags – and everything in between. Passionate traders will present their finest product in a bustling market that extends across the car parks and buildings of the historic site. Source the freshest for your weekly fruit & veg shop, grab a coffee and browse locally made goods, vintage clothing and wares while taking in the unique West End community vibe.
But in the evening there’s nothing like the tastes, sounds, smells and vibrancy of a night food market; a place to gather, taste and share. The ‘Market Lane, Market Square & MOTOR ROOM’ night market is open from 4-10pm Friday and on Saturday nights – a vibrant mix of food, wine, cultures and entertainment. Each weekend will have live music with buskers around the market, plus live bands and entertainment in the Motor Room with a bar.
Opening times: 4-10pm Friday, 10am-10pm Saturday, 9am-2pm Sunday
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Cnr Boundary St and Mollison St, West End,
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