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Grab a basketful of goodies at our regional markets

SATURDAY

Big Pineapple

FRESH fruit and vegetables, meat, chicken, seafood, delicatessen products and specialty goods. From 6.30am to 1pm at The Big Pineapple, Nambour Connection Rd, Woombye. Visit www.bigpineapple.com.au

Lachlan, 6 and Ruby Mills, 8 are excited about visiting the Big Pineapple as their father did when he was their age.
Lachlan, 6 and Ruby Mills, 8 are excited about visiting the Big Pineapple as their father did when he was their age. John McCutcheon

Eumundi Markets

ORIGINAL artworks, sculptures, furniture, handmade toys, homewares, and skincare, fashion and jewellery, fresh fruit and vegetables, breads, cheeses and yogurts. From 7am to 2pm at 80 Memorial Dr. Visit www.eumundimarkets.com.au

Kawana Farmers

SOME of the finest and freshest produce of the region, organic fruits and vegetables, and gourmet condiments. From 7am to noon at Kawana State College, Sportsmans Pde. Visit www.kawanawatersfarmersmarket.com.au

Hinterland Harvest

HELD every Saturday from 6-11am at Suncoast Church car park in Kiel Mountain Rd, Woombye. Free ample parking. Contact Helen Langlois on 0416 217 093. Visit www.hinterlandharvestmarket.com.au

Landsborough Markets

FRESH produce, plants, artistic hand-produced cards, jewellery, country decor, incense, cosmetics, books and specialty pet products. From 8am to 1pm at the School of Arts Memorial Hall, Old Landsborough Rd. Find them on Facebook.

Yandina Markets

PLANTS, local produce, seafood, second-hand items and deli produce. From 6am to noon at Yandina Sports Grounds, Wonga Park. Find them on Facebook.

SUNDAY

Caloundra Markets

COINS, collectables, books, art, handcrafts and handmade clothes, vintage records, Bowen massage, fruit and Asian vegetables, Maleny yogurt and cheeses, bread, cakes and jams, and plants. From 6am to noon at Currimundi State School, 17 Buderim St, Currimundi. Phone Bob on 0401 482 949.

Caloundra Street Fair

The Caloundra Street Fair is a great way to spend your weekend.Photo Contributed
The Caloundra Street Fair is a great way to spend your weekend.Photo Contributed Contributed

AN EXPERIENCE offering live music, locally made art and craft, homewares, street food, gourmet sweets, fresh produce, fashion and fun stuff for kids. From 8am to 1pm at Bulcock St. Visit www.caloundrastreetfair.com.au

Cotton Tree Markets

FASHION, jewellery, original artworks, sculptures, skincare, pottery, shells, plants, baking, homewares, kids’ toys and more. From 7am to noon, King St. Visit www.cottontreemarkets.com.au

Fishermans Road

FRUIT and vegies, new and pre-loved clothing, pet treats, hand tools, books, fresh seafood, plants and seedlings, homemade toys and furniture. From 6am to noon at Fishermans Rd, Maroochydore. Phone the Mooloolaba Lions Club on 0429 109 149.

Maleny Art, Craft and Collectables

FRESH organic produce, an organic fair trade cafe, arts and crafts, antiques and collectables, books, jewellery, candles, soap, jams and pickles, hot food, massage and more. From 8am to 2pm at the RSL Hall, Bunya St. Visit www.malenymarkets.weebly.com

Noosa Farmers

FRESH organic produce, marinades and sauces and skincare products, just-caught seafood, bread, cheeses and coffee. From 7am-noon at Noosa Aussie Rules Football Club, Weyba Rd, Noosaville. Visit www.noosafarmersmarket.com.au

Noosa Marina

ART, craft and local produce market on the deck and overlooking the Noosa River. From 8am to 2pm, at 2 Parkyn Ct, Tewantin. Visit http://www.noosamarina.com.aufor more information.

WEDNESDAY

Eumundi Markets

ORIGINAL artworks, sculptures, furniture and handmade toys, homewares, skincare, fashion, jewellery, plus fruit and vegetables, breads, cheeses and yogurts. Visit www.eumundimarkets.com.au

Fiona Garrett at Australian Cutting Boards at Eumundi Markets.
Fiona Garrett at Australian Cutting Boards at Eumundi Markets. Geoff Potter

THURSDAY

Nambour Village Square

FRESH produce, arts, crafts, hand-sewn clothing and gourmet goodies and freshly baked goods. The market is held from 9am-2pm in Nambour Town Square.

DON’T FORGET

Bribie Vibe Market

HANDCRAFTED wares, fresh farm produce, chef-prepared food and street-food delicacies, collectables and entertainment are found here. Held from 8.30am-1pm on the last Sunday of each month at the Bribie Island Community Art Centre. Call 3408 9288 or email info@bribieartcentre.com.au

Crystal Waters

LOCAL organic fresh produce, seedlings, herbs, raw honey, arts and crafts, gourmet foods, and entertainment, reflexology, acupuncture and massage. Held on the first Saturday of every month, 8am-1pm, at 65 Kilcoy Lane, Conondale. Phone 5494 4530 or email allyallyb@gmail.com

Markets on the Green

ABORIGINAL art, candles, cleaning products, fudge, flowers, natural therapy, kids’ vintage and collectables are available. Held the fourth Sunday of every month, 10am-3pm, at Palmwoods Bowls Club.

Montville Local Produce

LOCALLY grown fruit and vegetables, flowers, plants, homemade produce, breads, cakes, organic food, fair trade coffee, natural juices, gardening products. Held the second Saturday of the month, 7am-noon, at Village Hall, Main St, Montville. Visit www.montvillevillageassociation.com.au

Mooloolaba Collective Markets

HELD on the 4th Sunday of every month. Relaxed Sunday vibe, amazing coffee, to-die-for street food, stalls showcasing local designers and creatives. Live music from local musicians and even a mobile hairdresser in a vintage caravan. Email info@mooloolabamarkets.com.au or call 0422 066 967.

Ocean Street Markets

RETRO, artists, designer stalls, pop-up bars, music and gourmet foods are on offer. The market is held on the second Friday of each month, from 5-9pm, in Ocean St, Maroochydore.

Peregian Beach

ART, craft, plus up-cycled, recycled, created, handmade, organic and fair trade goods. Held on the first and third Sunday of the month, from 7am-12.30pm, at the surf club, Kingfisher Dr, Peregian.

Pomona Country

FRESH produce, plants and seedlings, herbs, crafts and bric-a-brac. Held on the second and fourth Saturdays, 6.30am-noon, at Stan Topper Park, Memorial Ave.

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Grab a basketful of goodies at our regional markets