Markets on the Sunshine Coast – various locations

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The Sunshine Coast, with its relaxed community settings and subtropical weather that is comfortably warm for most of the year, is a region that is favourable to hosting outdoor markets, which occur at many locations from Caloundra in the south to Noosa in the north.

They are a popular pastime for locals as well as visitors who are keen to pick up their weekly fruit and vegetables, or snap up a unique item at a bargain, a quick bite to eat, or just browse and enjoy the offerings in a laidback atmosphere.

The markets offer a wide range of items, from local produce – including certified organic foods – through to prepared food, breads and pastries, cheeses and olives to name a few. These are compliments by arts and crafts, second hand items from general domestic items through to garden tools and collectables, general bric-a-brac, treatments and services that promote health and wellbeing, as well as flowers and plants for those seeking to beautify their little patch of the region.

Here is a list of local markets:

Note: This list is still under construction. If you know of a market that is not on the list, or have suggested changes to the markets listed, or enhancements, or missing details like websites, please email to Richard at [email protected]

Blackall Range Growers Markets (Witta near Maleny)

The Blackall Range Growers markets features a whole range of locally grown fruit and vegetables, plants, honey, homemade jams and preserves, arts and crafts and various organic meats such as pork, beef and chicken. There is also usually face painting for the children.

The markets are held in the grounds of the Old Witta School Community Centre, at Witta, one of the most historic and quaint areas of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.
The Blackall Range Growers Markets are held on the third Saturday of each month, at 316 Witta Road, Witta, from 7.30am to 12 noon.

Witta is about eight minutes drive west of Maleny.

Yandina Plant and Produce Markets

The Yandina Markets are perhaps the largest of the local Sunshine Coast markets, with a very wide range of goods on offer, from locally grown fruit and vegetables, plants and flowers, freshly baked bread, olives, spices, drinks, trash and treasure items, collectables, garden tools and much more.

The markets cover almost an entire soccer field at the Yandina Sports Ground, North Street, Yandina. Parking is quite good too.
The Yandina Plant and Produce Market is held every Saturday from 6am to 12 noon. Yandina is about 10 minutes drive north of Nambour.

Yandina Markets Facebook page.

Yandina Plant and Produce Markets

Described as an artisan market, the Sunshine Coast Forest Market provides spray-free produce, delicatessen and gourmet goods, quality arts and crafts, jewellery and gifts, hot food, coffee and more.

The market is hosted by Bloomhill Cancer Care, with all proceeds from stallholder fees going toward supporting those of all ages on the Sunshine Coast to live well with cancer.
The Forest Market is held on the first Saturday of each month at Bloomhill Cancer Care, 58 Ballinger Road, Buderim, from 7am to 12noon.

Buderim is about 15 minutes drive west of Maroochydore.

Sunshine Coast Forest markets Facebook page.

Beerwah Tower Green - Market

The Beerwah Tower Green Market is held on the Beerwah Tower Green on the second Saturday of each month from 8am to 1pm.
Beerwah is about 25 minutes drive west of Caloundra.

Beerwah Tower Green Market Facebook page.

Maleny Sunday Markets

The Arts and Crafts, Bric-a-Brac, and Collectables Markets are held at the Maleny RSL Hall every Sunday from 8am to 2pm.
The markets feature a wide range of items, including local produce, collectables, books, jewellery, candles, soap, homemade jams and pickles, food and even massages, in a convenient all-weather location in the Maleny CBD, opposite the Maleny Hotel.

Maleny Sunday Markets website.

Landsborough Markets

The Landsborough Markets are held at the School of Arts Memorial Hall, 189 Old Landsborough Road, in Central Landsborough, on every Saturday from 8am to 1pm.

Landsborough is 20 minutes drive west of Caloundra, towards Maleny.

Landsborough Market Facebook page.

Montville Local Produce Market

The Montville Market features a wide range of items, from local fresh produce through to arts and crafts, with visitors free to browse in the friendly atmosphere while enjoying live relaxing music.

The market is conveniently located in the Montville CBD, and is walking distance from local shops, cafes and major car parking.

The Montville Market is held in the grounds of the historic Village Hall, Main Street, Montville, on the second Saturday of each month, from 7am to 12noon.

Montville Local Produce Markets website.

Crystal Waters Country Markets

The Crystal Waters Country Markets are a friendly and relaxing market that provides a wide variety of produce and foods.
Crystal Waters is located at 65 Kilcoy Lane, Conondale, which is about 30 minutes drive west of Maleny. The markets are held on the first Saturday of each month, from 8am to 12noon.

Crystal Waters Country Markets website:

Mapleton Markets

Those bizarre but alluring vegetables, the choko, big well-priced avocados, Bunya Nut pesto, traditional fruits and vegetables, bric a brac, hand-made craft items and homewares, a regular sausage sizzle, and more are among the items on sale at the Mapleton Markets.

Funds raised from stallholder fees and the sausage sizzle at the Mapleton Markets go towards the upkeep of the Mapleton Hall.

The markets are held at the Mapleton Community Hall, 31 Obi Obi Road, less than one kilometre from the Mapleton Hotel, on the fourth Saturday of each month.

Mapleton markets website.

Obi Surplus Enjoyment

The Obi Surplus Enjoyment market allows locals to bring their surplus items – including home grown fruit, vegetables and herbs, home-made jams and chutneys, clothing and anything else they regard as surplus to their needs but may benefit someone else – to give freely to attendees.
The event also includes a speaker at most events, who discusses and demonstrates an interesting skill – in the past, guests have shown how to pickle grapes, the use of Bach flowers as remedies for common ailments, and even how to prepare a live chicken for the oven,

The Obi Surplus Enjoyment is held at the magnificently-restored Obi Obi Hall, on Obi Obi Road, which is located about 10 minutes drive from Mapleton. It is held on the first Wednesday of each month from around 9am to 12noon.

Obi Surplus Enjoyment website.

Peregian Beach

The Peregian Beach Markets are held in the central courtyard between the shops and cafes at Peregian Beach and/or Peregian Park on the foreshore.

The markets are held from 7am – 12.30pm on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month. It’s also held on the 5th Sunday when it occurs during December/January. 
Peregian Beach is approximately 10 minutes drive north of Coolum and 15 minutes drive south of Noosa.

Peregian Beach Market website.

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