Brisbane Night Market Festive Flavours


Brisbane Night Market is decking the halls with snow machines, Christmas carollers and visits from Santa Claus for its special Festive Flavours market from Dec 6-20.

Festive Flavours

Brisbane’s best food trucks and vendors will be serving up new twists on everyone's favourite summer holiday foods. There'll be spiced sarsaparilla ice tea, a decadent pudding and fruit mince pie ice cream, as well as a mix of Australian and European classic dishes incorporating the freshest of summer fruits. And not to be missed is the huge flame-grilled turkey drumstick.

Festive Flavours

The fully licensed bar will be serving up some holiday favourites like Pimms, Aperol spritz and a variety of Christmas punches.

Festive Flavours

Whilst there, take a browse through Christmas Lane, where you can find one-of-a-kind presents from the market stalls to fill those stockings for your family and friends.

Need to know - Brisbane Night Market is Brisbane’s only completely undercover market. Entry costs $2.50 per person (under 15s are free), and there’s hundreds of free parking available on site.

Brisbane Night Market is a valued partner of Must Do

Festive Flavours

Brisbane Night Market

385 Sherwood Rd


Dec 6-20

Fridays 4-10pm

Entry $2.50

15 & under free


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