Sunshine Coast Markets
The Sunshine Coast offers plenty of weekend markets. A majority of them sell fresh and tasty local produce, along with a variety of other items that ranges from apparel, novelties, handcrafts, foodstuffs and bric-a-brac. It is a good idea to get there early so you don't miss out on some of the festivities or great bargains. Some markets are only open in the mornings, some are only held in the afternoons whilst others are exclusively held in the cool of the evening.
Markets can be a great way to lazily while away a sunny morning or a breezy summer evening, without spending too much money if you're on a budget. If you're visiting the Sunshine Coast and would like to take in the markets along with a range of other attractions, maybe consider a tour that includes the markets.
Sunshine Coast Market Tours
While the kids are having their faces painted you might want to take a look at the multitude of clothes, materials, pottery, paintings, glass bowls, hats, bush furniture, the list goes on and on, all handcrafted of course and many unique to the market. This is a great way to spend a Saturday morning on the Sunshine Coast.
The Eumundi Market is the biggest on the Sunshine Coast and one of the biggest in Queensland. Any Saturday of the year around 10,000 locals, interstate and international tourists come to enjoy the atmosphere, the fun and of course the multitude of arts, crafts and produce on display, over 300 stalls of them in fact, as well as music and street theatre. This is a great way to spend a Wednesday morning on the Sunshine Coast.
Sunshine Coast Markets - Wednesdays
- Eumundi Markets
Memorial Drive, Eumundi, 8am to 1.30pm
The Eumundi Markets is Australia's biggest and best art, craft and produce market, held every Saturday and Wednesday of the year (rain, hail or shine) in the heart of the charming historic hinterland town of Eumundi on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Any Wednesday or Saturday of the year around 10,000 locals, interstate and international tourists come to enjoy the atmosphere, the fun and of course the multitude of arts, crafts and produce on display, over 300 stalls of them in fact, as well as music and street theatre.
Sunshine Coast Markets - Thursdays
- The Village Market - Nambour
Nambour Town Square, Lowe St Nambour,
Thursdays 9am - 2pm
Vintage and shabby chic designs, fresh produce, plants, hippyboho, art craft and much more!
For stall enquiries call Helen on 0416 217 093, other enquiries call Rhonda on 0418 197 835 or email your enquiries.
- Cooroy Community Market
R.S.L. Hall Maple St, Thursdays 8am - 1.30pm.
Call 0418 793 962 for enquiries.
Sunshine Coast Markets - Fridays
- Twilight Community Markets
The Wharf Mooloolaba, Parkyn Parade, every Friday evening 4pm - 8.30pm
More than just another market. A fun experience for the whole family. Browse the many stalls and shops full of interesting crafts and gifts with great entertainment for the children. Enjoy a meal or light snack from one of the food outlets or fresh produce stalls while listening to a variety of musicians and buskers. Phone Heather on 0451 596 841 for more information.
Sunshine Coast Markets - Saturdays
- Bazaar Saturday Markets
The Corbould Park Racecourse, 7am to 1pm
The Bazaar takes place in an undercover venue that offers a great market experience rain or shine. There is plenty of parking and a range of stalls from organic produce to arts, crafts and fashion, providing something for the entire family.
- Big Pineapple Growers & Artisans Market
Big Pineapple, Nambour Connection Rd, Woombye, every Saturday, 6.30am - 12noon
- Pomona Country Markets
Beside Stan Topper Park every second Saturday, 6am to noon every second and fourth Saturday
This market helps support the Old Pomona Railway Art Gallery and other community projects. Find a range of goods including home-grown produce, plants, herbs, crafts and bric a brac
- Eumundi Markets
Memorial Drive, Eumundi, 6.30am to 2pm
The Eumundi Market is the biggest on the Sunshine Coast and one of the biggest in Queensland. Any Wednesday or Saturday of the year around 10,000 locals, interstate and international tourists come to enjoy the atmosphere, the fun and of course the multitude of arts, crafts and produce on display, over 300 stalls of them in fact, as well as music and street theatre.
- Yandina Plant and Produce Markets
Yandina Sports Grounds (Wonga Park), 7am to noon
- Beerwah Village Craft Markets
First Saturday of each month, 8am to 1pm
- Coolum Market
CWA Hall, Coolum Terrace, first Saturday of month, 8am to noon
- Landsborough Country Markets
Memorial Hall, Peace Park, Maleny Rd, Landsborough, 8am to 1pm
- Mapleton Markets
Mapleton Hall Grounds, Obi Obi Road, Maleny, first Saturday of the month 8am to 12.30pm
Sunshine Coast Markets - Sundays
- Kin Kin Creations Market
Kin Kin Hall, Main Street, Kin Kin (Noosa Hinterland), first Sunday each month, 9am to 1pm
Kin Kin Creations Market is a market for people who have made their own products, grown their own produce or want to promote a Sunshine Coast Business. Local businesses include Living Valley Springs, High Spirits, Kin Kin Naturals, Kin Kin Beads, Kin Kin Souls, Kin Kin Tea, Black Ant Gourmet, Madzara, and many more. Over 40 stalls! Come along and enjoy the beautiful drive in the countryside. For stall enquiries phone Robyn 5485 4248 or Jann on 5485 4402 or send an email
- Caloundra Country & Farmers Market
Every Sunday at Currimundi State School on Buderim St - 7am to 12 noon
All your Fresh Fruit & Veg. Flowers & Plants. Fresh Seafood, plus Hand-made Clothes, Craft, Tools, Books & Collectables. Car Boot Sales and new stall holders welcome
Ph 0401 482 949
- Buderim Sunday Markets
In the car park behind the old Buderim Post Office, Lindsay Rd, Buderim, second and fourth Sunday of the month, 8am - 12 noon
- Eumundi Collectables Market
Butter Factory, 124 Memorial Drive, Eumundi, 8am to 2pm
- Caboolture Markets
Caboolture showgrounds, Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture, 6am - 12 noon
- Noosa Marina Markets
2 Parkyn Court, Tewantin, 8am - 2pm. The Noosa Marina art, craft and local produce market has an idyllic setting on the deck, overlooking the Noosa River.
- Fishermans Road Markets
Cnr Fishermans Road and David Low Way, Maroochydore
There are up to 128 stalls offering a huge variety of items for sale including fruit and vegies, fresh seafood, clothing, pet treats, books, plants, home made toys and furniture, sausage sizzle and yummy slush-puppies and ice creams, espresso coffee, and you can also relax with a massage. There is face painting, a jumping castle and merry-go-round for the kids. The Markets open at 6am and close at 12 noon every Sunday so come on down and enjoy breakfast with a freshly brewed coffee, find some bargains and something special for yourself!
Phone 0429 109 149 or email for enquiries and bookings.
- Maleny Art Craft & Collectables Market
RSL Hall Bunya Street, Maleny
Held every Sunday 8am to 2pm, Please contact 0448 423 919 for more informations
- Cotton Tree Markets -
King Street, Cotton Tree, Maroochydore, 7am to noon
Cotton Tree Markets offers something for everyone. For more than 22 years the Market has featured local artisans, designers or inventors selling their own unique and creative works within a precinct of fine cafes, fashion and wares. You’ll find fashion, jewellery, original artworks, sculptures, skincare, pottery, shells, plants, baking, homewares, kids toys and more. Soak up the friendly market atmosphere and be entertained by local performers. By supporting the Cotton Tree Markets you’re not only supporting the Sunshine Coast’s local artisan’s, designers and inventors, you are also supporting people living with cancer.
- Peregian Beach Markets -
Kingfisher Drive, Perigian Beach, first, third and fifth Sunday of the month, 7am -12.30pm
These markets help raise much needed funds for the Peregian Beach Surf Club. Contact 0428 190 055 or visit www.facebook.com/PeregianBeachMarket for more information
- Caboolture Show Society Fleamarket -
Caboolture Showground, Beerburrum Road, Caboolture, 6am until noon
- Peachester Markets -
Peachester Hall, 9am to 2pm
- Woodford Country Markets -
Archer St, Woodford, third Sunday of every month, 6am-1pm
- Queensland Cancer Fund Markets -
First Ave car park, Bongaree, Bribie Island, first Sunday of each month, 8am - 12 noon
- Eudlo Hall & Village Market -
Located at the Eudlo Hall, 19 Rosebud Street in Eudlo, 7am to 12 noon
Held 4 times a year (in March, June, September and December) as the primary fundraising activity for our local Hall and its upkeep and maintenance. To find out when the next Eudlo Hall & Village Market is being held, visit their Facebook page.
- Glasshouse Market -
Glasshouse State School Hall, 58 Coonowrin Rd, Glasshouse Mtns; 2nd Sunday of each month 8am - 1pm
Local market (45+ stallholders) with beautiful handcrafted arts/crafts, fresh produce, cafe, childrens entertainment and Live Music - Fun for all the family! Contact Tracey on 0418 827 349 for more information.