Your guide to the best markets on the Sunshine Coast
Find the best markets in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Here are our favourite community markets and tips to find the best of everything from organic produce to not-quite Cornish pasties.
Crystal Waters Market – first Saturday of the month
Organic veggies, plants, chai, live music and wood-fired sourdough bread straight from the baker’s oven. In fact, you might even get a sourdough croissant if you’re lucky. Crystal Waters is an eco-village between Maleny and Conondale and the market has a hippy vibe. Plan your Crystal Waters Market trip here.
Wake up and smell the pancakes at Montville Market – second Saturday of the month
Montville Village Hall is bustling with life and leafy vegetables from 7am onwards … and the tantalising aroma of freshly cooked pancakes. You can also buy home-made jams, fresh produce, locally-roasted coffee and Cornish pasties with a contemporary twist. Read more about Montville Market here.
Blackall Range Growers Market at the old Witta School – third Saturday of the month
Smoky chorizo and salami, seafood, lemon butter, delicious cakes and German bread. As you can see from the banner photo, the old Witta School oval makes a lovely setting for a laid-back Saturday morning. Click here to see what’s on offer at Witta this month.
Hinterland Harvest Market – every Saturday
Hinterland Harvest is the newest market in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, offering a feast of fresh local produce, gluten-free goodies, live music and delicious French buckwheat crepes for breakfast. Located at the Suncoast Christian College where Kiel Mountain Road meets the Nambour-Maroochydore Connection Road.
Maleny Market at Maleny RSL Hall – every Sunday morning
Hand-made jewellery, crazy tea cosies, vintage clothes and accessories, plants and vegetables. You can park at the Woolworths store opposite. Visit the market Facebook page to see what’s new this week or click here for the Maleny Market website.
Eumundi Market – every Saturday and Wednesday morning
The market to end all markets with cutting edge fashion from local designers, hand-hewn timber furniture, massage, live music and anything you could want to buy. Visit the Eumundi Markets website here.
Yandina Market at North Street, Yandina – every Saturday morning
Handmade cheese, great olives, lots of plants. This is a good market if you’re establishing a new garden. Also interesting for second-hand and antique tools. Who knows when you’ll need some antique fence-strainers or a cast-iron glue pot. Read all about it…