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Have a Christmas meal at this Christmas in July event
July is the most wonderful time of the year as there are many events that celebrate Christmas in July. This takes the form generally of having a meal the same as you would if it were Christmas. Carseldine Markets will be one of those that will celebrate Christmas in July this year!
There'll be great handmade presents, farm fresh fruit and vegetables and even carolling by the food court. There will be plenty of entertainment, many delicious food stalls and some nice fresh provisions to be bought!
Saturday the 20th is the date to put aside with Carseldine Markets turning into a (snowless) winter wonderland! You will really believe Christmas has come early this year with over 150 stalls packed with great items! There will be handcrafted homewares, delicious market food, farm direct produce, special fashions and accessories, artisan bread and provisions, fresh flowers, trawler direct seafood and so much more!
To help you really get festive, there will be a selection of wonderful Winter Workshops such as an Ugly Christmas Photo booth, Brisbane's best food vendors, entertainment and plenty of pop-ups just for the children!
So invite the family and all your friends to join in the fun, get out those ugly jumpers and Jingle All the Way to Carseldine Markets on 20th July!
There are also more than 450 FREE Car Parks. Entry to this market is FREE! It will be held on Saturday the 20th of July 2019. The markets start at 6.00 am and finishes at 12.00 noon.
Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets These markets are held every Saturday from 6.00 am to to 12 noon. They are held at QUT Campus, 532 Beams Road (corner of Beams and Dorville Road). They are held regardless of the weather.
The Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets is in North Brisbane and they have fresh produce, food fit for a foodie. They also have a craft market with a wide range of goods and the markets actually focus on the availability of premium fresh produce from south-east Queensland. They also concentrate on traditional and gourmet foods which are made on the premises and the provisions are made by passionate producers, growers, farmers, painters, cooks, chefs, designers, bakers, fishmongers, butchers, and baristas for the best coffee.
These markets are bustling and packed with loads of stalls, live music, activities for the children and there is even a large seating or relaxing area.
You can check out their Facebook page at this here.