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Seeking some fun in the sun this weekend? Grab the family and check out the range of markets Sunshine Coast has to offer! Heaps of produce and heaps of fun!

Markets – Sunshine Coast Style!

We’ve chased the ULTIMATE things to do with kids on the Sunshine Coast and we have to say – we felt that markets deserved their own page. There are a wide range of options for all different types of market-goers…

1. Eumundi Markets

80 Memorial Drive, Eumundi
Saturday, 7am to 2pm
Wednesday, 8am to 1.30pm

The famous Eumundi Markets are a long time favourite with locals and tourists alike. These iconic Sunshine Coast markets offer lane upon lane of endless stalls! Pieces by local artists, jewellery, gorgeous farm fresh produce, artisan bread, coffee, kaftans for the beach… the list is truly endless! It is considered Australia’s premier artisan market with a mantra of ‘ Make it. Bake it. Sew it. Grow it.’

2. Yandina Country Markets

North Street, Yandina
Saturday, 7am to 12pm

Fancy yourself some sunny thrift shopping? Yandina Markets offer a range of treasures such as vintage clothing, trendy potted cacti or succulents and second hand books. The perfect place for a unique gift or a fun family shopping day!

3. Noosa Farmers Market

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Weyba Road, Noosaville
Sunday, 6am to 12pm

Beautiful local produce combines with Sunshine Coast made natural beauty products and emerging designer clothing at the Noosa Farmers Markets. Also known as home to some of the best breakfasts on the Sunshine Coast, we recommend arriving hungry!

4. Marcoola Market

10 Lorraine Avenue, Marcoola
Friday, 4pm to 8pm

Don’t feel like cooking dinner this Friday? Head to Marcoola Markets to enjoy a huge range of international food stalls beneath the sparkle of fairy lights! With options ranging from Mexican to Japanese to Bavarian (and everything in between) there’s something to please every member of the family!

5. Twilight Markets Caloundra

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Bulcock Beach Esplanade, Caloundra
Friday, 5pm to 9pm

How does a sunset walk along the beach followed by dinner at night markets sound for a Friday night? The Twilight Markets offer the ultimate waterfront hangout, complete with over 100 stalls of yummy street food and unique gifts.

Make the most of the coast!

This weekend we recommend heading to the markets, Sunshine Coast style! Looking for somewhere to sit down and unwind after your big market day? Check out our top child-friendly Sunshine Coast restaurants here!

Looking for more cheap or free things to do on the Sunshine Coast? Check out our post here.

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