Burgers & Beers

Brisbane Night Market

Brisbane Night Market is throwing a massive celebration of all things Burgers and Beers on Friday May 31st from 4-10pm.

For the occasion, the food vendors at the south side's popular undercover night market are putting together a tempting range of delectable burgers that no burger aficionado will want to miss.

Burgers & Beers Brisbane Night Markets

A highlight of the night will be a burger eating competition (hosted by CompetitiveEating.com.au) featuring four of Australia's ranked eaters going up against members of the general public to see who can eat a selection of burgers the fastest. Register online here or in person at the event for your chance to eat your way to the grand prize of $250.

Burgers & beers Brisbane Night Markets

All burgers will be provided by Brisbane's best food trucks, with a selection of paired beers available from the fully licenced onsite bar.

Need to know - There’s also market stalls, live entertainment, kids zone and more.

Nice to know - Brisbane Night Market is open every Friday from 4-10pm, located at 385 Sherwood Road, Rocklea.

Brisbane Night Market is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Burgers & Beers

Brisbane Night Market

385 Sherwood Rd

Rocklea

May 31 4-10pm

Entry $2.50

15yrs & under free

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