A hit with the locals and those in the know, Beenleigh’s mid-week Early Bird Markets are well worth discovering
A chilled laidback vibe permeates the boho Davies Park Market.
Milton Markets are a fantastic inner city Sunday market held in the leafy grounds of the old Royal Thai Orchid restaurant in Milton's commercial village.
These Jan Power instigated markets, with the imposing backdrop of the old power station, are a Brisbane foodie's paradise.
Peak Organics is a volunteer-run organically certified farm at Ivory’s Rock, Peak Crossing, with a fantastic onsite market that is open to the public on Saturdays.
The first Sunday of each month sees several blocks along Blackwood Street close to all vehicle traffic, in order to accommodate the popular and colorful Jan Powers Farmers Markets.
Every Wednesday, Jan Powers Farmers Market transforms Radcliffe Place into a colorful, busy country-style market, which is quite an event considering it is located right in the centre of Brisbane city.
This great little market buzzes on Sunday mornings as locals and visitors alike fill wicker baskets to the brim with top notch produce.
Lone Pine Markets is a twice monthly twilight food and produce market held on Friday afternoon/evening in the leafy grounds of Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary at Fig Tree Pocket.
Located on the corner of Beams and Dorville Roads in Carseldine, the former QUT campus has been transformed into a weekend mecca for market goers with the weekly Carseldine Farmers and Artisan Markets.
Venture to the Global Food Village to find the cheapest multicultural fresh food market around Brisbane.
Another of local market guru Peter Hackworth’s babies, this market is a great little all rounder.
These long-time wholesale markets out in the paddocks of Rocklea are not just a goldmine for bargain fruit & veges but for also larder stocking and brunch.
Market settings don't come more picturesque than those of the Redcliffe Jetty Markets, especially in the early morning as the sun rises over Moreton Bay.
This colourful country market has an historical village as a backdrop, making it an extremely pleasant place to spend a Sunday.
This sizable and cheap fruit and vegetable market is a religion for southsiders.

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