Brisbane Vegan Markets

West End

Brisbane Vegan Markets is Brisbane’s first monthly wholly vegan market popping up on the busy tree-shaded corner of Russell and Boundary Street in West End.

On the last Sunday of the month it's a twilight affair, with the markets running from midday until 8pm. Here's the perfect place to end the weekend, with live entertainment, cooking demos, delcious bites and market stalls galore.

Here’s the one-stop shop for everything vegan, from food, drinks, raw treats, confectionery and animal free health products to cosmetics, clothing and lifestyle goods such as yoga mats and fragrant essential oils

Look out for treats like soft serve turmeric spice, delicious eats from Tibetan Momo, soy chai, stone oven pizza, acai bowls, smoothies and Frog Heavenly donuts, while the adjacent Rumpus Room will be open from midday for beers, wine and cocktails.

Live acoustic acts will also be on hand to keep the crowds entertained.

Nice to know – There’s also a Kids Corner to keep littlies occupied, with fun art projects and face-painting.

Need to know – Brisbane Vegan Markets are held on the 2nd Sundays of the month from 9am-3pm and the 4th Sunday of the month from 12-8pm.

Brisbane Vegan Markets

Russell St

Cnr Boundary St

West End

2nd & 4th Sunday

Free entry

Map

Boundary St Cnr Russell St West End

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