Your guide to vi­brant mar­kets in the re­gion

Noosa Life and Style - - THINGS TO DO -

SATUR­DAY Eumundi Mar­kets

ORIG­I­NAL art­works, sculp­tures, fur­ni­ture, hand­made toys, home­wares, skin­care, fash­ion and jew­ellery, fresh fruit and vegeta­bles, breads, cheeses and yo­ghurts. The mar­kets are held 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 of the month, 6.30am–noon, at Stan Top­per Park, Memo­rial Ave, Pomona.

Yan­d­ina Mar­kets

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

SUN­DAY Noosa Farm­ers’ Mar­ket

FRESH or­ganic pro­duce, mari­nades and sauces, skin­care prod­ucts, seafood, bread, cheeses and cof­fee are avail­able. Held from 7am–noon at Noosa AFL Club, Weyba Rd, Noosav­ille. Visit www.noosa­farm­ers­mar­

Noosa Ma­rina

ART, craft and lo­cal pro­duce mar­ket on the deck and over­look­ing the Noosa River. From 8am–2pm, at 2 Parkyn Ct, Tewantin. Visit www.noosama­

Sun­shine Coast Col­lec­tive Mar­kets

THE Sun­shine Coast Col­lec­tive Mar­kets are made up of re­gional de­sign­ers, mu­si­cians, artists, food­ies and life­style lovers and show­case the depth of cre­ative tal­ent that can be found in the re­gion. Held on the sec­ond and fourth Sun­days of each month at Coolum State School Oval. Email [email protected]­mar­

Peregian Beach

ART, craft, plus up­cy­cled, re­cy­cled, cre­ated, hand­made, or­ganic and fair-trade goods. Held on the first and third Sun­day of the month, from 7am–12.30pm, at the Peregian Beach Surf Club.

WED­NES­DAY Eumundi Mar­kets

ORIG­I­NAL art­work, sculp­tures, fur­ni­ture and hand­made toys, home­wares, skin­care, fash­ion, jew­ellery, plus fruit and vegeta­bles, breads, cheeses and yo­ghurts. Visit the web­site at­mundi­mar­

FRI­DAY Noosa Junc­tion Twi­light Mar­kets

THE mar­kets are held on the third Fri­day of each month,

GOOD FOR YOU: Lenni Sem­melink and Shaw Ka­mada-Laws, of Nour­ish­ing Whole­foods, sell their wares at the Noosa Farm­ers’ Mar­kets.

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