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Exploring Sunday Markets Brisbane would have to be one of the most popular ways to unwind in the river city. Brisbane is home to an impressive collection of Brisbane Sunday markets, hosted throughout the city. Ranging from the CBD to the surrounding suburbs, local families can enjoy the simple, entertaining pleasure of visiting one of the many markets available, and browsing across the wide range typically on offer.

Whether you’re looking for fresh produce, gourmet foods, secondhand goods, handmade clothing, or anything in-between, there’s likely more than one Brisbane market out there to suit your needs – you just need to know where to look. 

If you’re keen to swap out a lazy Sunday for an exciting day trip to visit to one of the many Sunday Markets Brisbane has to offer, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a list of the best Brisbane markets throughout the city, ranging from the CBD to the outer suburbs. Map at the bottom!

Milton Markets

Hosted in the Milton Green Complex, the Milton Markets are a popular Brisbane Sunday markets option for families throughout the city. These Sunday farmers markets Brisbane are a great spot to pick up some fresh produce and food, with local seafood, meats, honey, eggs, bread, pastries, and more on offer.

Otherwise, there’s also fashion, jewellery, gifts, arts and crafts and more – as well as live music. Visiting the market couldn’t be easier, with a carpark located only 10 metres away. 

Hours: Sunday (6am to 12pm)

Address: Corner of Cribb Street and Little Cribb St, Milton QLD 4064

Website: Click here.

The Collective Markets

The Collective Markets are a staple of South Bank, with a buzzing atmosphere and a generous range of goods to browse. This includes handmade items, delicious sweets, toys, candles, clothes, and plenty of other unique goods you won’t find anywhere else. Since the marketplace is set in the heart of South Bank, there are also plenty of restaurants nearby, as well as a wide range of other attractions to couple with your visit. For more information or to plan your visit to the Collective Markets, head to the website. 

Hours: Friday (5 pm to 9 pm) Saturday (10 am to 9 pm) Sunday (9 am to 4 pm)

Address: 29 Stanley St Plaza, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Website: Click here.

Redcliffe Markets

Sunday Markets Brisbane - Redcliffe Markets

Delicious treats by the Le Caprice Patisserie stall at Redcliffe Markets.

There’s a lot to love about the Redcliffe Markets. These Sunday markets Brisbane are open from 8am every Sunday and offer free parking and free entry. On top of this, they’re also home to fresh produce, seafood, meats, bread, pastries, flowers, plants, arts and crafts, jewellery, and more. There’s even live music. 

Hours: Sunday (8am to 2pm) or  7am – 1pm (Summer hours)

Address: Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe QLD 4020

Website: Click here.

Sunday Discovery Market

The Brisbane markets in Rocklea can always deliver a satisfying experience, with 2 market events spread over each weekend. On Sunday mornings, these markets host more than 380 stalls, with second-hand items, clothing, antiques, collectibles, and heaps more. You never know what you’re going to find at the Sunday Discovery Market. Otherwise, there’s also fresh fruit and vegetables and an impressive range of plants available for purchase. Head to the Brisbane Marketplace website for more information or to browse the Friday and Saturday markets. 

Hours: Sunday (6 am to 12 pm)

Address: 250 Sherwood Rd, Rocklea QLD 4106

Website: Click here.

Cleveland Markets

The Cleveland Markets are made up of over 70 stalls, where you can shop for arts and crafts, fresh products, delicious food, entertainment, and more. With the wide range of goods available throughout the market, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Plus, with heaps of free street parking available and a convenient location close to the train station, getting to the markets couldn’t be easier. To plan your visit to the Cleveland Markets or for more information, head to the website. 

Hours: Sunday (7 am to 1 pm)

Address: 115 Bloomfield St, Cleveland QLD 4163

Website: Click here.

Old Petrie Town Markets

The Old Petrie Town Markets are set amongst a collection of beautiful, historic buildings, providing visitors with an experience like no other in the city. The markets have been running for more than 30 years and continue to provide a unique shopping venture. Today, the stalls include fresh bread, food vendors, eateries, and more. For more information or to plan your visit to the Old Petrie Town Markets, head over to the website.

Hours: Sunday (7 am to 1 pm)

Address: 901 Dayboro Rd, Whiteside QLD 4503

Website: Click here.

Market fresh fruit and vegetables

Ipswich Showplace Markets

For those eager to venture out of Brisbane, the Ipswich Showplace Markets is a great option. The markets are hosted every Sunday in the Ipswich Showgrounds, where stallholders offer a range of goods. This includes clothing, books, arts and crafts, fresh produce, food, toys, and heaps more. Plus, with plenty of nearby parking and fur babies welcome, visiting the markets is a breeze. Head to the Ipswich Showplace Markets website for more information or to plan your visit. Gold coin entry fee. 

Hours: Sunday (7am to 12pm)

Address: Ipswich Showgrounds, 81 Warwick Rd, Ipswich QLD 4305

Website: Click here.

Satori Organics Farmers Market

Every Wednesday and Sunday, the Satori Organics Farmers Market is open from 7am to 11am. Families can pick up mouth-watering artisan bread, along with pastries, flowers, and more. See the Satori Organics Farmers Market website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Wednesday and Sunday (7 am to 11 am)

Address: 198 Seymour St, Sandgate QLD 4017

Website: Click here.

Eat Street Markets

The Eat Street Markets have become a vibrant icon, playing host to an overwhelming range of street food dishes to taste. Set amongst a buzzing atmosphere, with colourful lights and shipping containers – visitors can choose between Indian cuisine, creative desserts, burgers, bratwursts, seafood, pizza, and Asian cuisines – and that’s only scratching the surface.

For those needing a break from all the food, the markets are also home to plenty of other handmade goods, dog treats, music, and more. To top it off, the markets also have plenty of free parking and a cheap entry fee of only $5pp (12 years+). Head to the Eat Street Markets website for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Friday and Saturday (4pm to 10pm) Sunday (4pm to 9pm)

Address: 221D MacArthur Ave, Hamilton QLD 4007

Website: Click here.

Fernvale Country Markets

Also located west of Brisbane is the Fernvale Country Markets – another great option for those eager to escape the city for a day. The markets are set within the Fernvale State School and are home to plenty of goods to browse and shop. This includes fresh produce, plants, toys, food, dog treats, and more. To top it off, all the profits from the markets go towards the students and improving the school. Head over to the Fernvale Country Markets website for more information. 

Hours: Sunday (6 am to 12 pm)

Address: 1605 Brisbane Valley Highway, Fernvale QLD 4306

Website: Click here.

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Manly Creative Market

For those looking for Brisbane Sunday Markets east of the city, the Manly Creative Market is a perfect choice. The markets are located along the Esplanade in Little Bayside Park, and is home to delicious food, fresh produce, plants, a coffee shop, bakery, arts and crafts, kid’s rides, and more. There’s even a dog wash available. For more information or to organise a trip to the Manly Creative Market, head to the website. 

Hours: Sunday (8am to 2pm)

Address: 461 Esplanade, Manly QLD 4179

Website: Click here.

Northey Street City Farm Organic Market

The Northey Street City Farm Organic Market has a little something to satisfy everyone, with a wide range of goods for visitors to shop across. These Sunday markets Brisbane have candles, essential oils, mouth-watering food, organic groceries, hand made jewellery, and more.

There are also buskers, providing entertainment while visitors browse. To make a visit all the more simple, parking is available and public transport is located close by. 

Hours: Sunday (6am to 11am)

Address: 54 Northey St, Windsor QLD 4030

Website: Click here.

Riverside at the Gardens Market

Looking for Sunday markets in Brisbane CBD? Head to the Riverside Market in the city’s botanic garden. Shop for art, fashion, jewellery, food, and more, while listening to live music. If you’re interested in visiting the Riverside Market, metered parking is available along Edward Street, Alice Street, and Mary Street – or you can park at Wilson Parking. Otherwise, the markets are also located near public transport. 

Hours: Sunday (8am to 3pm)

Address: City Botanic Gardens, Alice St & Albert Street, Brisbane City QLD

Website: Click here.

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Bardon Markets

A visit to the Bardon Markets is simple, with free entry and plenty of nearby parking available – making an excursion to a Sunday market Brisbane as painless as possible. Once inside, visitors can shop across a wide range of fresh farm produce and meats. Otherwise, grab a coffee, enjoy the live music, dig into some breakfast, and enjoy the market’s buzzing atmosphere. To keep the kids entertained, there’s also play equipment in the Norm Buchan Park. Head to the Bardon Markets Facebook page for more information or to plan your visit. 

Hours: Sunday (7am to 12pm)

Address: Baroona & Rainworth Rds, Paddington QLD 4064

Website: Click here.

Global Food Markets

For those in the mood for something different, the Global Food Markets in Woodbridge is the perfect place – with over 100 stalls to browse across. These Brisbane Sunday markets are home to a range of exotic produce for visitors to experience for themselves – including Jack Fruit, Cassava, Kundru, an assortment of street food, and more. The markets are also a great spot to pick up common fruit and vegetable ranges. Free parking is available near the markets and free entry is on offer. 

Hours: Sunday (6am to 12pm)

Address: Station Rd, Woodridge QLD 4114

Website: Click here.

Nundah Farmers Market

Located next to the Nundah train station, the Nundah Farmers Market is a great option for those looking for a Sunday farmers markets Brisbane that’s north of the city. The market is home to a delightful range of fresh produce to shop across, including fresh seafood, meats, eggs, prawns, and a collection of herbs and spices. There’s also a colourful range of flowers and plants.

On top of this, the markets also have arts and crafts, gifts, and more. Visiting the market couldn’t be easier, with free parking and free entry on offer. 

Hours: Sunday (6am to 12pm)

Address: Station St, Nundah QLD 4012

Website: Click here.

Mt Gravatt Farmers Markets

Specialising in fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh deli products, new & second hand goods and flea market stalls, the colourful Mt Gravatt Markets (situated in the Mt Gravatt Showgrounds) offers an impressive selection of fresh local produce, bric-a-brac, flowers, honey, pet accessories, plants and quality sec​ond-hand merchandise all at affordable prices. Head down early, grab yourself a bargain and relax over a scrumptious breakfast and steaming hot coffee. $2 eantry. Kids under 16 are free. Plenty of free parking available.

Hours: Sunday (6am to 12pm)

Address: Mt Gravatt Showgrounds, 1644 Logan Road, Mt Gravatt (enter via Broadwater Road)  

Website: Click here.

If you know of any Brisbane Sunday markets that we’ve missed, tell us in the comments below.

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