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Caboolture Markets

Caboolture Markets, 140 Beerburrum Road, Caboolture QLD 4510
Caboolture Markets/Caboolture Country Markets are a well established market that has been serving the community and public for over 40 years. We have an abundance of new and used items for sale. We are always looking for new exciting stalls, and so are our customers. Caboolture Markets are run by the Cabooture Show Society, found at the local showgrounds, we cover a large area. From poultry to plants and everything in between, it may be found here at the markets. We are always looking for new stallholders, come and give us a try, a site will always be found for you. Our customers love new stalls and love to browse. Come for breakfast and browse our stalls. As a potential stallholder of the future come on down and have a look to see what we might be lacking. Got a new product you want to get out there to the public come give us a try this weekend. We are COVID compliant and all our stallholders are asked to have signage and hand sanitiser on their sites. We also have hand sanitizing stations around the grounds. All our food vendors have a QR code to sign in to when you are dining in. Your health and safety are our utmost priority. We have customer carparking thru gate A, 3 and 11, with disabled parking at gates A and 11. The markets bounday is on two main roads - Beerburrum and Old Gympie Road, with ample parking. Stallholders are able to park on their site and overflow on to the main arena when an event is not being held.

Cambridge Markets EQ

The Entertainment Quarters, 122 Lang Road, Moore Park NSW 2021
Cambridge Markets EQ
For more than 20 years, the markets at the Entertainment Quarter have been a beloved home of fresh produce and boutique shopping. Taken over in 2018 by new operators, Cambridge Markets, the market is now growing in size and strength to offer an even wider variety of quality fresh produce, organic and biodynamic fare, ethically sourced meat and fish, artisan breads, preserves, spices, olive oils and a greater selection of quality gourmet hot food. The market, which runs on Wednesdays and Saturdays, remains a powerful drawcard in the East, and the ongoing addition of a dynamic new mixture of stalls will offer new and even more relevant shopping alternatives to customers looking to move beyond the supermarket trolley. Come to this under-cover market for an amazing array of fresh and quality foods and stay to meet the people who grow the crops, bake the breads and put love and care into the food they sell. With room to spread out, plentiful seating and onsite parking that’s free for two hours, the market is one of a kind in Sydney


Stanthorpe Showgrounds, 8 High Street, Stanthorpe QLD 4380
RAIN, HAIL or SHINE - Come and meet a Crafter, Maker, Baker or Grower - located INSIDE in the Exhibition Hall at Stanthorpe Showgrounds on High Street you will find one of Queensland's premium undercover 100% HANDCRAFTED MARKET IN IT’S 28TH YEAR. With a unique range of handmade gifts, local arts, fresh produce, boutique pantry delicacies, plants, home decor and much more. You can rest and have a bite to eat at the 'Cafe de Market' serving breakfast, light lunches and a range of homemade cakes with tea and coffee. Off street parking within the Showgrounds with plenty of room for larger vehicles and buses. Well-behaved pets on leashes are welcomed to join their owners. To apply for a stall check our website for an application form and email it with pictures to info@marketinthemountains.org . Remember all stallholders must have handcrafted their wares. Your product will be vetted. Stalls are generally 2.5m x 2m depending on the location. Stall fees include a table set up for you and chairs available if required. The Showgrounds and Exhibition Centre will be open from 6:00am for set up. Market runs from 8am to 12noon. Pack up not before 12noon. Free Parking available at the Stanthorpe Showgrounds. Run by the Stanthorpe's Crafters and Hobbyists Association Inc.

Marnong Market

Marnong Estate, 8 Thornaby Dr, MICKLEHAM VIC 3064
Marnong Market
Set in the Marnong Market, we bring you a range of wonderful traders that offer a wide range of amazing handmade goods such as fresh honey, nuts, baked cakes, homemade authentic Indian foods, Turkish Food, fresh coffee, smoked foods, handmade soy melts and candles, artisan handmade jewellery, home decor, felted crafts, handmade bags, art and decoupage, photography, cards and paper crafts, artisan soaps and body products, the list goes on. On the 4th Saturday of each month from 9am - 1.30pm. Come along and join the fun with this new neighbourhood market. Urban Markets manage this market place and we aim to encourage the public to discover the diversity and deliciousness of homemade baked goods, preserves, garden-grown fruit and vegetables. We also showcase the skills and talents of local craftsmen and artists. Producers pride themselves on the quality of their produce and the friendliness of their markets, many of which have become popular, lively meeting places.

Mulgrave Farmers Market

Mulgrave Primary School - 23 Gladeswood Drive, Mulgrave VIC 3170
Mulgrave Farmers Market
These days, it’s rare to find a project designed to deliberately slow things down. ‘Going global’ comes before staying local; commerce comes before community; and before you know it you’re into the rush and grumble of a supermarket fast-lane wondering how it all got so impersonal. The Mulgrave Farmers Market takes the ‘con‘ out of consuming, providing a fair deal for everyone, keeping money local, and helping to grow community spirit at the same time. Not only does this market bring farm-fresh produce to your backyard and create a vibrant social hub, it offers producers the opportunity to sell directly to their customers. Every Sunday - rain, hail or shine - the market will bring together primary producers from all over the region. You‘ll hardly have to step foot in a supermarket again. The market offers a fun and vibrant community hub with a kiddie’s area, music, community events and bagfuls of bonhomie. Speaking of which, please bring your own bags because none will be supplied. Every dollar raised from the market will help fund charitable projects supported by the Wise Foundation. So bring your kids, coax your neighbours, soak in the village atmosphere and enjoy a rare occasion where you can honestly say, ‘every one is a winner’. We invite anybody who wants to be a stallholder or participant at this exciting market, which, unlike any other farmers market in Melbourne, will be held every week, to register via our online registration form. So whether you grow veggies, keep chooks, bake pies, sell plants or play a flamin‘ tambourine, get in touch. See if you fit the criteria at Become a Stallholder. As well as supporting local community groups and independent traders, Mulgrave Farmers’ Market will provide education on environmental initiatives and social issues. All proceeds raised from the market will go towards funding community projects supported by the Wise Foundation.


Noosa Marina, Parkyn Court, Tewantin QLD 4565
After your leisurely Sunday breakfast or before a long Sunday lunch at Noosa Marina, take a stroll through our Sunday markets. The Noosa Marina markets operate every Sunday from 8am to 1.30pm. Our art, craft and local produce market has an idyllic setting on the deck and overlooking the Noosa River, located just seven kilometres from Hastings Street. Take your time strolling around the many market stalls, where a variety of locally made craft items can be found along with the freshest of local produce. The atmosphere is alive with music and entertainment from local and interstate musicians. When it’s time to go home, let the Noosa Ferry take you on a relaxing ride from the markets to one of the stops along the river. New stallholders are welcome throughout the year, and most of our stalls are protected from the elements, providing the perfect year-round selling venue.

Abbotsford Convent Farmers Market

Abbotsford Convent, St Heliers Street, Abbotsford VIC 3067


Glebe Road, Adamstown NSW 2289


44/48 Gouger St, Adelaide,

Adelaide Hills Farmers Market

Mount Barker District Council chambers, 23 Mann Street, Mount Barker SA 5251


Leader Street, Wayville SA 5034, Australia


Aireys Inlet Community Hall, Aireys Inlet VIC 3231, Australia


Arlie Beach Foreshore, Airlie Beach QLD 4802, Australia


Collie Street, Albany WA 6330, Australia


Alexandra Timber Tramway, Station Street, Alexandra VIC 3714, Australia

All Saints Market

All Saints Anglican Church, 339 Macquarie Street, South Hobart TAS 7004

Alphington Farmers Market

2 Wingrove St, Alphington VIC 3078


Pier Street, Altona VIC 3018


Town Hall, 8 Sturt Street, Angaston SA 5353


21 Moore Street, Apollo Bay VIC 3233
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