Logan Markets

Wednesday, Friday, Sunday... whatever the day, chances are there's a fantastic market going on somewhere in the City of Logan. From colourful clothing to mouth-watering food and everything in between, Logan's multicultural nature makes for some fantastic markets, unlike anything you'll find elsewhere. So next time you're in search of a great way to fill a couple of hours, these five markets are definitely worth checking out. 

Global Food Village

Take your tastebuds on a five-star international journey at this famous Woodridge market. Every Sunday from 6am-2pm, throngs of people from all ethnicities converge on Croydon Street to sample some of the most amazing South Asian street food you'll ever try. There's also an enormous range of fresh and exotic produce on offer (think taro, coconuts and purple sugar cane), sourced largely from local market gardeners and regional growers...more 

Logan Recycling Market

An epic array of pre-loved goods - and potential bargains - await visitors to this Heritage Park recycling market. Open Fridays to Mondays, there's thousands of items for sale - ranging from toys to TVs and everything in between. With goods being sourced from Logan Council's waste facilities, as well as citizen donations, there's no limit to what may turn up on any given day. If you've ever believed the old saying that one person's trash is another's treasure, then this is the place for you...more 

Early Bird Markets 

Held Wednesdays from 8am till 1pm at Beenleigh's refurbished Town Square, these markets make the ideal setting for a relaxed mid-week breakfast, brunch or lunch date. There's plenty of food to enjoy, including doughnuts, barbecued goods, slow-cooked meats plus hot coffee and freshly-squeezed juices. And the best part? There's also a range of stalls to fulfil those retail therapy needs...more

Mingle Markets

Bursting to life from 5pm-9pm on the second Friday of every month, these Yarrabilba markets are well worth the extra travel time to get here. Located at the Darlington Parklands (also home to one of the best playgrounds going), these markets have something for all ages. Foodies will be in heaven with the huge range of sweet and savoury cuisines on offer, plus there's a decent range of stalls selling their wares, plus live music and even a petting zoo for the kids...more 

Logan Central Markets 

Staged Sunday mornings from 6am till 12pm, these Wembley Road markets showcase a delightful blend of bright colourful fashions, jewellery, fresh flowers, plants and produce, bikes, workwear and so much more. The food is also top notch - with a highlight being local legends Grandma's Kiwi Kitchen, where you'll find healthy New Zealand cuisine served up with typical Kiwi hospitality...more 

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