The Best Quality Produce is at Organic Street Markets Brisbane

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Looking for organic street markets Brisbane? We’ve found them! There are markets all over the place. Here are Saturday markets and Sunday markets designed to ensure your family consistently purchases the very best in organic produce.

Why shop at organic street markets Brisbane?

Organic street markets provide the opportunity for children to really understand the ‘paddock to plate’ and sustainability philosophies. Organic produce is free from the kinds of chemicals you often find in supermarket produce. It is grown, packaged and sold with the intention to leave as small a carbon footprint as possible.

Organic street markets often also have non-food related products that may be of interest to your family. Candles to art work to home wares and more – there will always be plenty to find that will excite and engage your children in a different kind of shopping process. There is often live entertainment as well from local musicians and performers – truly something for everyone.

Here are the best places to find organic street markets Brisbane.

Brisbane Saturday markets – organic street markets Brisbane

Peak Organics Market – Ivory’s Rock (Mt Flinders Rd, Peak Crossing, 9-2)

This is on the way to Ipswich and is a volunteer-run organically certified farm. You can get an amazing variety of fruit and vegetables as well as wholefoods in a beautiful country setting.

Saturday Fresh Market, Rocklea (252 Sherwood Rd, Rocklea, 6-12)

Onsite parking is available for a few dollars. That’s the cost for access to a wide variety of plants, cheese, baked goods and a wide variety of art and craft. The produce isn’t strictly organic but you’ll definitely find your fair share of fair trade.

Davies Park Markets (West End, 6-12)

Here you’ll find organic street markets Brisbane’s pick of the litter. Organic produce abounds including flowers, coffee, arts and an incredible vibe. It’s a great morning out in a great part of town with close access to all that South Bank has on offer for families.

Jan Powers Farmers Market (various locations)

These markets take place on Saturdays in a number of different places. You’ll find them at Manly on the first and third Saturday of each month, the Powerhouse every Saturday and even in George Street in the city on Wednesdays. They also pop up at Mitchelton on the first Sunday of each month. It’s again not strictly ‘organic markets Brisbane’ but there is plenty of fresh produce, cheeses and gourmet delights to sample.

Brisbane Sunday markets – organic street markets Brisbane

Northey St Organic Market (Northey St, Windsor, 6-10.30am)

Northey St Organic Market is incredible! Coffee, a wide range of fruits and vegetables, eggs, honey, fair trade everything and music performers! There is also a cute little farm attached to the markets. This is definitely a great choice for Brisbane families. The markets can get busy – there is parking inside the area but if that fills up you’ll have to park on the street. Be cautious about signage as there are parking inspectors and you don’t want to add that cost to your shop!

Eagle Farm Markets (Eagle Farm Racecourse, 7-12.30)

Whilst not strictly an organic street market Brisbane, Eagle Farm Markets are renowned for high quality produce from over 100 onsite stalls. From flowers to food to drinks to homewares – this is a great morning out for Brisbane families and one that will definitely see you coming home with some excellent bargains. There is lots of parking onsite and entry to the markets is $2 per person.

Boggo Road Gaol Markets (Dutton Park, 7-1pm)

Not only will you find fresh produce here but there is also op shop style vintage clothing! Flowers, plants, craft, coffee and entertainment awaits along with fresh food sold onsite. Yum!

Organic Street Markets Brisbane – got any tips?

Are there some small local markets near you that we haven’t listed? If you’re happy to share the wealth we’d love to know about them so we can add them to our list!

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