Things to do

Whether you’re hunt­ing for a hid­den trea­sure, stock­ing up on fruit and ve­g­ies or look­ing for lo­cal art, there’s a mar­ket in the re­gion to suit ev­ery taste

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EUMUNDI MAR­KETS: Orig­i­nal art­works, sculp­tures, fur­ni­ture, hand­made toys, home­wares and skin­care, fash­ion and jew­ellery, fresh fruit and veg­eta­bles, breads, cheeses and yo­ghurts. From 7am-2pm at 80 Memo­rial Drive.

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 Av­enue.

COOROY FARM­ERS AND AR­TI­SANS MAR­KETS: Lo­cal pro­duce, Made In The Biosphere prod­ucts, lo­cal en­ter­tain­ers, food and cof­fee stalls, no im­ports or mass pro­duced items. On the first, third and fifth Satur­days of the month in Lower Mill Rd, Cooroy, from 6am-noon.


NOOSA FARM­ERS: Fresh or­ganic pro­duce, mari­nades and sauces and skin­care prod­ucts, just-caught seafood, bread, cheeses and cof­fee are avail­able. The mar­ket is held from 7am-noon at Noosa AussieRules Foot­ball Club in Weyba Rd, Noosav­ille.

NOOSA MA­RINA: Art, craft and lo­cal pro­duce mar­ket on the deck and over­look­ing the Noosa River. From 8am-2pm, at 2 Parkyn Ct, Te­wantin.

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.

IM­BIL: There’s an ar­ray of items, mostly lo­cally grown or crafted in­clud­ing plants, seedlings, fresh fruit and veg­eta­bles, es­sen­tial oils, pet treats, jew­ellery and crafts, at Yabba Rd, Im­bil, 8am-1pm. WED­NES­DAY EUMUNDI MAR­KETS: Orig­i­nal art­works, fur­ni­ture and hand­made toys, skin­care, fash­ion, jew­ellery, plus fruit and veg­eta­bles etc. FRI­DAY NOOSA JUNC­TION TWI­LIGHT MAR­KETS: Noosa’s only twi­light mar­ket – mu­sic, kid­zone, pop-up bar, street food and ar­ti­san stalls. Sur­round­ing shops and cafes open, held ev­ery third Fri­day of the month.

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