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Nice market with interesting food stalls and friendly vibe. Just beware: not all the fruit and vegetables on display are fresh from a local farm.... In some instances you can buy fresher from Coles, and some of it is not from the local area at...More
Try and get to this early as things can sell out . We bought Turkish breads fruits banana bread and two yummy pies. Apple and apricot. Overall I enjoyed this more than I thought I would it was fun to see all the different food...More
If you want fruits and vegetables you are in the right place here.
Plenty of parking along the streets.
Also a lot of prepared meals available if you want a break from cooking or eating out.
However pricing was on the higher end so do...More
Headed this way while staying at Tewantin (great park there) and found everything fresh and some unusual items that could not be found at the local shops. Fun day out and all stallholders very friendly-great country feel about these markets.
This market is fantastic. The variety of stalls is amazing and the freshness of the produce is first class. The food trucks provide excellent food options for everyone - we ate at the Ados Food Van and had the most delicious bacon and egg sandwich...More
Most of the neighbouring towns have their own markets but this is one of the better ones if you want fresh produce rather than gifts and artifacts
Gets very busy during the morning and parking becomes difficult (and produce runs out) so get there early.
Well what a pleasant surprise...lots of great stall holders, options for gluten free products- banana bread. I will say that the products are not cheap but they are great quality. Maleny diary cheese was a hit with our group along with the king size prawns.
Close to Hastings St, Noosa, this is a great place to top up on some seasonal goodies, raspberries, blueberries, etc. All produced nearby and very fresh. Get breakfast there as well if you want some additional food with some very interesting styles to choose from.
Opens at 8am. The Sunday market is good to go to for fresh food produce if you are holidaying in Noosa. There is no arts or crafts. Only need about an hour to do the market. Plenty of parking inside around the oval.