Explore the vibrant world of Brisbane farmers markets and discover the freshest local produce in Southern Queensland Country. Immerse yourself in a food lover’s paradise with a wide variety of farm-fresh delights. Don’t miss out on the best Southern Queensland Country farmers markets experience too! Forget the supermarket, stock up your pantry and enjoy fresh from the farm gate to you shopping. Make it a country drive or a weekend away and head out into the sunshine.

Spending in the regions and buying local products keeps money circulating in the economy, supporting local jobs and families. By enjoying wonderful, fresh, healthy produce, you’ll be doing your bit to support Southern Queensland Country farmers markets and their communities.

How to get the best from a Brisbane Farmers Market

Discover the freshest produce in Southern Queensland Country at Brisbane Farmers Markets, where the early bird truly catches the worm. To ensure you don’t miss out, start your day by visiting the market’s Facebook page or website to check their operating hours. Some markets kick off as early as 6 a.m. and sell out fast! I’ve categorized these markets by their opening days but remember that not all operate weekly; some are monthly. Be sure to stay updated with each market’s schedule before making your travel plans.

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Weekday Brisbane Farmer’s Markets in Southern Queensland Country Regional Farmers Markets


Brisbane City Markets

Reddacliff Place, Queen Street, 8 am – 6 pm

Visitors say – Great market. Some really nice fresh fruit is available here, including fresh picked fruit from the Sunshine Coast area. Fantastic hot dogs. Great home-baked banana bread at other stalls. Lots of other great fresh food and produce too. A must-visit!

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The Laidley Village Markets

Corner of Patrick Street and The Mall every Friday, 7 am to 1 pm

Visitors say – Browse the stalls to find fresh local produce and homemade treats. You’ll also find collectables, arts and crafts, books and lots of other goodies.

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Saturday Brisbane Farmers Markets

On Saturday, seize the perfect opportunity to gather your family, load up the car, and embark on an exciting journey through the rich variety of offerings at Brisbane Farmers Markets and other fresh food markets in Queensland. Discover the best of local produce in Brisbane while exploring the vibrant world of fresh food markets in the region.

Jan Powers Farmers Markets Powerhouse

The Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington St, New Farm, 6 am – 12 noon

Visitors sayGourmet food market with local and ‘organic’ produce from around the area. A nice Saturday morning market next door to the Powerhouse (home of arts and comedy) and a beautiful dog park.

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West End Markets

Montague Rd & Jane Street, Davies Park, West End, 6 am to 2 pm

Visitors say – Lovely place, local fruits and vegetables, homemade bakery and good prices.

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Saturday Fresh Market

385 Sherwood Road, Rocklea, 6 am – 12 noon

Visitors say: The Saturday Fresh Market is the largest fresh food and lifestyle market in Brisbane. Over 150 stalls offer a huge selection of fruit and vegetables, quality meats and poultry, breads, baked goods, gourmet and deli lines, plants and lifestyle products. 

Need to know: No dogs allowed, Pedestrian entry $2, Children under 15 years free. Premium parking and entry $6 for all vehicle occupants.

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Jan Powers Farmers Markets, Manly

Royal Esplanade, Manly, 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month

Visitors sayGreat atmosphere and bargains in fruits and vegetables.

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Southern Queensland Country Farmers Markets on Saturdays

Head into the country for a great day out and fill your car with lovely fresh country produce.  Here are the Southern Queensland Country Farmers Markets, where the emphasis is on farm fresh produce direct to you! Don’t forget to take bags, boxes and an esky to bring your goodies home in peak condition.

Toowoomba Farmers Market

Under the windmills at Cobb and Co Museum, Lindsay St East, Toowoomba. Open from 7 am to 12 noon.

Visitors say“What a great local market, complete with local produce, fresh food, crafts and live music. We were spoilt for choice, and the variety of fresh fruit and veg, plus artisan bakery goods and great breakfast burgers, were awesome. Dog friendly – will be back.” 
“Excellent range of local farm-produced products sold by the growers, makers or owners. All stall holders are extremely knowledgeable about their produce or product. All are friendly and patient with no question seemed too silly.” 
“One of the best markets we’ve come across in Queensland. Very well laid out, including lots of tables and chairs for those eating or drinking coffee – something many market organisers forget. Some quality locally-made products and lots of produce and things to consume on the spot. On a lovely sunny day yesterday, there were lots of smiling people and happy dogs.” 

Need to know – Toowoomba is an easy 1.5-hour drive west of Brisbane. After the markets, stroll Toowoomba’s Botanic Gardens and Queens Park next door.

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Granite Belt Farmers Market

Stanthorpe Railway Station, 7.30 am -12 noon.

Visitors sayThis is a really great fruit and veg market with genuinely local produce.

Need to know – Stanthorpe is less than 3 hours’ drive from Brisbane and is a popular destination year-round. Visit in winter to enjoy open fires and excellent red wines, or enjoy the warmer months when the berries and orchards are bursting with new fruits and vegetables.

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Boonah Country Markets

Springleigh Park Boonah, 7 am – 12 noon, every second and fourth Saturday

Visitors sayAll kinds of bargains from plants to bric-a-brac and food.

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The Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets

532 Beams Rd, Carseldine, 6 am – 12 noon

Visitors sayCarseldine markets have an incredible range of products. I go every week for fresh produce and spices, but they have other items, including local craft shops. Great products, great prices, amazing atmosphere and excellent parking. Definitely, the market for all your needs!

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Mulgowie Farmers Market

7 Mulgowie School Road, Mulgowie, Locker Valley. First Saturday of the month from 8 am to 11 am.

Visitors say – “My favourite market! It has a relaxing atmosphere, being set on the green grounds around Mulgowie Hall. There are interesting stalls, fresh produce and tasty food. You can sit in the shade and enjoy live music. At the last market, the Lockyer Antique Motor Association showed their fabulous old cars.”

“Genuine country market with local produce. Great atmosphere. Loads of stalls with farm fresh produce, flowers, cakes, fruit & veg, plants, books, olives, cheese, ice cream, coffee and homemade gifts.. just to name a few. Free parking, Live music and BBQ Breakfast. Pet friendly.”

Need to know – Mulgowie is a 1 hour 20-minute drive west from Brisbane via the Warrego Highway, then through the Lockyer Valley towns of Rosewood and Grandchester. The Mulgowie Pub is close by
for an Aussie pub lunch after the markets.

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Sunday Brisbane farmers markets and beyond

Sunday is the ideal day to gather your family, hop in the car, and explore the diverse offerings of Brisbane Farmers Markets and other fresh food markets in Queensland. Our list includes some remarkable finds, such as the Global Food Markets at Logan, renowned as one of Brisbane’s best destinations for local produce.

Northey Street City Farm Organic Market

54 Northey Street, Windsor, 6 am to 11 am

Visitors sayYummy food and a great range of organic fruit, veg and meat

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Nundah Farmers Market

Located next to Nundah Train Station, Station Street Nundah,6 am – 12 noon

Visitors sayOutdoor farmers market offering fish, produce, meat, crafts, flowers & art year-round. Dogs – yes!

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Milton Markets

Cribb Street, Milton, 6 am – 12 noon

Visitors sayLots of fresh organic foods, fresh and cooked, bread, vegetables, fruit, honey, meat, fish and food vans.

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Global Food Markets

4114 Logan Central, Croydon and Station Road

Visitors say: Farmer’s Market with fresh fruit and vegetables and Ethnic Food Stalls for dine-in or takeaway. Can’t beat the smell of the Afghani bakery bread that’s right nearby. Fresh veggies and a good variety of vegetables are stocked.

Need to know: While you are in the area, take the opportunity to visit this surprising Buddhist temple.

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Country Farmers Markets on Sundays

Noosa Farmers Market

155 Weyba Road, Noosaville, 6 am – 12 noon

Visitors say: Outdoor market with locally sourced fruits & vegetables, plus baked goods & breakfast options. Great food with duck and pork buns to die for.  The best place to get organic fruit and veg and quality meat.

Need to know – Here’s what to do when you are in Noosa.

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Tamborine Mountain Country Markets

386-398 Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain Show Grounds. Tamborine Mountain, 7 am-1 pm

Visitors say:  The freshest produce, picked that morning, freshly baked bread, vegetables, fruits, jams, raw honey from local beekeepers.

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Ipswich Showplace Markets

81 Warwick Rd, Ipswich, 6 am to 11.30 am

Visitors sayStallholders sell a range of items, both new and second-hand, including toys, clothes, books, plants, household items, art, craft, tools, hardware, services, fruit and vegetables, ice cream, hot food, coffee and more!

Need to know –  There’s a surprising number of great places to eat around Ipswich!

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As you plan your next weekend excursion, remember that Brisbane Farmers Markets offer an abundant treasure trove of local produce in Brisbane and an immersive experience in the world of fresh food markets in Queensland. Gather your loved ones, embrace the joys of discovering farm-fresh delights, and savour the vibrant community spirit these markets bring. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to explore the tastes, sights, and sounds that make Brisbane’s Farmers Markets a must-visit destination. Start your journey to a flavour filled adventure today!

Plainland Country Market

Porters Plainland Hotel, 66 Plainland Road, Plainland. Third Sunday of each month from 7 am to 12 noon.

Visitors say“These are the best markets I’ve attended. The market is focused on local, made, grown, created and handmade with free face painting, giant lawn games, and sessional pony rides. “

Need to know – Porters Plainland Hotel is about halfway between Brisbane and Toowoomba on the Warrego Highway. The hotel has a great eatery with a delicious cake cabinet to check out.  The Locker Valley is a great place to explore, so plan a weekend getaway.

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