Best Saturday Markets

in and near Brisbane

From farmers markets to trash'n'treasure, fashion, artisan and street food, from morning markets to twilight, from beach to city to country, 18 of the top Saturday markets in and around Brisbane:

A mammoth night market at Mt Gravatt Showgrounds, with food trucks, street food stalls, licensed bar and live music
The Black Market is an open-air fresh produce farmers market held on Saturdays and Sundays
The laid-back Brookfield Markets are a popular weekend market,  away from the hustle and bustle
A chilled laidback vibe permeates this boho market by the river
These markets with the imposing backdrop of the old power station, are a Brisbane foodie's paradise
Located on the corner of Beams and Dorville Roads in Carseldine, the former QUT campus has been transformed into a weekend mecca for market goers
This long-time wholesale market in Rocklea is not just a goldmine for bargain fruit & veges but also larder stocking and brunch
These country style markets are perfect for a weekend browse, offering handcrafted homewares and more
Eat Street is a magical riverside foodie's paradise, dishing up delicious food, drinks, desserts and live entertainment
The Esk Country Markets are well worth checking out if you’re taking a weekend day trip through the Brisbane Valley
The Valley Laneway Markets have expanded onto the Brunswick St Mall and they're now happening twice a month
Wandering around this market by the seaside at Manly, is certainly an idyllic way to spend Saturday morning and a magic start to any weekend.
Another of local market guru Peter Hackworth’s babies, this market is a great little all rounder.
Bite Markets is a fantastic northside night market, with more than 40 shipping containers of gourmet eats and drinks
The Collective Markets are Brisbane’s premier on-trend market, peddling art, live music and everything unique

Offering artisan and iconic Australian goods, fresh produce, gourmet provisions, handmade wares and more, this stunning beachfront market is the perfect way to spend a Friday or Saturday night

Eumundi Markets first began in 1979 and have now become Australia's biggest craft market, with over 600 stalls setting up beneath the heritage-listed fig trees
From lounge chairs to lawnmowers and coffee machines to clothing, the Logan Recycling Market is a treasure trove of bargains
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