The Sunshine Coast hosts an array of entertaining Produce Markets and Art & Craft Markets.

Eumundi Market

In March 1979 Eumundi Artisans Christa Barton and Gail Perry-Somers held the very first Market in front of the Eumundi CWA Hall. With a total of 8 visitors it was the humble beginning of what has now become Australia’s premier Artisan Market. The Original Eumundi Markets has become a ‘must do’ for both tourists and locals. It also proved the perfect distance for day trippers from Brisbane after some quality retail therapy. The Original Eumundi Markets has grown to over 250 stalls and combined with neighbouring Markets stalls now total over 600 with an annual visitation in excess of 1.6 million people. Since the very first market in 1979 the Original Eumundi Markets continues to focus on handmade products with the ethos of Make it, Bake it, Sew it, Grow it. For more information visit Eumundi Markets

Yandina Plant & Produce Market

Yandina Plant & Produce Market boasts approximately 100 stalls for browsers on an average market day, with close to half of those being plants, fruits and vegetables of one variety or another, renowned for being the largest plant market on the coast. Browse through and find food, fresh produce, bric-a-brac, second-hand treasures, collectables, clothes shoes, books, toys and a stack more! For more information visit Yandina Plant & Produce Market

Montville Growers and Makers Market

The Montville Growers and Makers Market began in July 2009 and is held on the second Saturday morning of each month in and around the Village Hall under the auspices of the MVA. The market has stalls selling locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables; flowers and plants; homemade produce; fresh bread and cakes; organic foods and fair trade coffee; and natural juices and gardening products. It boasts a delicious, wholesome pancake breakfast and delicious treats to the dedicated market goer. The Montville Local Produce Market aims to bring together people of all ages and backgrounds to build a strong, sustainable community. We connect local producers and makers with local consumers to encourage local food production, food security and the informal transfer of knowledge about sustainable living. We involve young people to promote their active learning about sustainable food and the benefits of being involved in the community. For more information visit Montville Growers and Makers Market