Brisbane's Dog Friendly Markets

From twilight foodie markets to morning farmers markets, here are 10 of the best dog-friendly markets in Brisbane:

Eat Street Northshore is Hamilton's iconic riverfront shipping container eat precinct and markets, which have morphed into Brisbane's very own Disneyland
Milton Markets are a fantastic inner city Sunday market held in the leafy grounds of the old Royal Thai Orchid restaurant in Milton's commercial village.
Riverside at the Gardens is an eclectic little market held each Sunday in Brisbane’s beautiful City Botanic Gardens.
Chermside Farmers Markets are the go-to for fresh farm produce, local seafood, live music, and artisan-made handicrafts
A chilled laidback vibe permeates the boho Davies Park Market.
These Jan Power instigated 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 with the weekly Carseldine Farmers and Artisan Markets.
Another of local market guru Peter Hackworth’s babies, this market is a great little all rounder.
Wandering around the Jan Powers Farmers Market by the seaside at Manly, is certainly an idyllic way to spend Saturday morning and a magic start to any weekend.

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