Brisbane's best farmers' markets

The Brisbane region covers some beautiful farmland and there's no better way to appreciate the hard work farmers do than to tag along to their markets. Introduce yourself to fresh local produce from the Lockyer Valley to Somerset and the Scenic Rim with this list of Brisbane's best farmers' markets.

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Jan Powers City Farmers Markets

Every Wednesday, 8am to 6pm.

Jan Power Markets City Image Credit : Jared Vethaak

Photo by Jared Vethaak

Bringing the country to the city, the Jan Powers Farmers Markets sit up the top of Queen St in front of the Treasury Casino. Each stall is hand-picked by the Jan Powers team to showcase Brisbane’s finest foods, from paella to pineapples, bagels to baklava, and sausages to spices for a global smorgasbord every week. 

Laidley Village Markets

Every Friday, 7am to 1pm. 

A breath of fresh air in the Lockyer Valley, the Laidley Village Markets host fresh local produce and home-made treats from one of their local country producers. Collectables, arts and crafts, books and lots of other goodies are also up for sale. 

Saturdays

Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets

Every Saturday, 6am to 12pm.

Located on the former QUT campus, the Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets focus on the availability of premium and in-season fresh produce from South East Queensland. Stalls offer gourmet food made on the spot, market provisions from passionate producers and all of the sights, smells and tastes of a fresh market. 

Jan Powers Powerhouse Farmers Markets

Every Saturday, 6am to 12pm. 

Featuring over 120 stalls, the Jan Powers Farmers Markets at the Powerhouse are bustling with fresh produce, flowers and artisanal creations. Stock up on food, enjoy some juice or feast on a gourmet lunch on the lawn.

Jan Powers Manly Farmers Markets

First and third Saturday of every month, 6am to 12pm. 

Featuring fresh food with a beautiful Bay backdrop, Jan Powers Manly Farmers Markets are a vibrant mini-village right on the water of the Manly Harbour. This can’t-miss market promises the usual farm-fresh fruit and veg, local and international flavours and the opportunity to bring a furry friend. 

Saturday Fresh Markets, Rocklea

Every Saturday, 6am to 12pm. 

The largest fresh food and lifestyle market in Brisbane, the Saturday Fresh Markets boast over 220 stalls with the usual fresh fruit and veg, flowers and meats plus a huge range of plants and lifestyle products. 7000 eager shoppers can’t be wrong every Saturday. With ample parking, entry is $4 a vehicle or $1 per person. No dogs allowed, unfortunately.

Kuraby Farmers and Food Markets

Every Sunday, 6am to 12pm.

Right next to Kuraby train station and with free parking, the Kuraby Farmers and Food Markets offer the perfect place to shop, eat, and relax at a weekend market that runs in every kind of weather. Truly rain, hail or shine, this multicultural market is the heart of the Logan market scene.

Mulgowie Farmers’ Markets

First Saturday of every month, 8am to 11am. 


Shop direct from the farmer at the Mulgowie Farmers’ Markets. Fruit and vegetables don’t get much fresher, while ready-to-eat goodies and locally made arts and crafts make this market worth the trip to the South East Queensland food bowl.

Ma Ma Creek Markets

Second Saturday of every month, 7am to 12pm. 

Head out to Ma Ma Creek Community Hall to visit the Ma Ma Creek Markets and enjoy the variety the stalls have to offer. Nestled in the Lockyer Valley, it’s a great early weekend escape. 

Murphy's Creek Markets

Third Saturday of every month, 7am to 12.30pm. 

Follow the long Murphy’s Creek Rd for the Murphy’s Creek Markets, right next to the tavern. Grab the Lockyer Valley’s fresh produce and home-made treats. 

Ferrari Park Markets

Fourth Saturday of every month, 6am to 12pm.

Like the Laidley Village Markets, the Ferrari Park Markets host fresh Lockyer Valley produce and home-made treats. Local farmers and artisans sell food, arts and crafts, and collectables.

Sundays

The Gap Farmers Markets

Every Sunday, 6am to 12pm.

The Gap Farmers Market

The Gap Farmers Markets bring the local village to you. The farmers' freshest produce, breakfast, live music and local crafts to browse and enjoy provide the authentic country experience. Free entry, ATM on site, heaps of parking at the Hilder Road State School location.

Riverside Markets at the City Botanic Gardens & Albert Street

Every Sunday, 8am to 3pm. 

Sprawling throughout the City Botanic Gardens and Albert Street, the Riverside Markets have been a popular gathering place for locals and tourists for 30 years. Queensland art and fashion are on display, coupled with live music and great international food and coffee. Free entry.

Northey Street Organic Markets

Every Sunday 6am to 11am. 

With a strictly organic policy, the Northey Street Organic Markets can be found, like you'd expect, at Northey Street City Farm in Windsor. A strong, ecologically sustainable focus means you know your food is grown and processed on the leading edge of food and fibre technology. Dogs and buskers allowed. 

Milton Markets

Every Sunday, 7am to 1pm. 

Formerly the Red Hill Farmers’ Markets, the Milton Markets are inner-west Brisbane’s premium food, farmers and lifestyle market. Packed with farm-direct produce like meats, seafood, eggs and honey as well as arts & crafts, the Milton Markets are the perfect weekend outing for friends and family.

Eagle Farm Markets at Doomben

Every Sunday, 7am to 12.30pm.

Boasting 4000 bustling visitors each week, the Eagle Farm Markets at Doomben showcase over 100 stalls with fantastic products and competitive prices. Grab fresh food, flowers or fashion and relax with coffee and breakfast to the soothing sounds of live music. 

Nundah Farmers' Markets

Every Sunday, 6am to 12pm. 

In the Nundah train station car park, just below Nundah Village, the Nundah Fresh Farmers Markets are a great way to spend a Sunday tasting gourmet food, browsing local plants, and discovering arts and crafts. Closed only four weekends a year – Christmas to early January – the Nundah Farmers’ Markets are an all-weather market. 

Jan Powers Mitchelton Farmers Markets

First Sunday of every month, 6am to 12pm. 

Make sure you bring your green bag to the Jan Powers Mitchelton Farmers Markets – it’s the perfect way to fill your pantry with fresh food from delicious bakeries, fishmongers, and pasta makers. Flowers and organic & artisan products are icing on the cake, plus you can bring the dog. 

Sunday Discovery Markets, Rocklea

Every Sunday, 6am to 12pm. 

A bargain hunter’s dream, the Sunday Discovery Markets give you the chance to explore over 380 stalls to find Brisbane’s hidden treasures. Perfect for the avid up-cycler or collector, the markets see 5000 bargain-hunters descend upon sweet deals. Unfortunately no dogs.

Beenleigh Craft and Farmers Markets

Every Sunday, 6am to 12pm. 

A general variety market halfway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Beenleigh Craft and Farmers Markets are a welcome change from the city pace. Held on James St in the middle of Beenleigh, this market has a ban on dogs and smoking but plenty of internal parking.

The Green Shed Markets

Every Sunday, 7am to noon.

Not for profit, the Green Shed is the Mt Tamborine market for local fresh food & veg. 70% of Tamborine Mountain is designated for rural use and the Green Shed Markets are farmers’, residents’, and visitors’ best chance to score food and flowers at great prices. 

Plainland Markets

Third Sunday of every month, 7am to 12pm. 

Bring the whole family – the dog included – for the Plainland Markets in the Lockyer Valley. A kids’ jumping castle, espresso coffee, German sausages, fresh produce, handmade crafts, soaps and candles plus a mobile dog was on site are a great family escape.

Cleveland Markets

Every Sunday, 7am to 1pm.

One of Brisbane’s oldest markets, the Cleveland Markets have been operating for 30 years. Over 70 stalls offer fresh produce, arts and craft, food and entertainment for the perfect bayside Sunday morning. 

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