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by Chanel Wilkinson (subscribe)
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Published October 28th 2018
Your Local Markets Food & Farmers' Markets are dedicated to supporting the local farmers and fine food producers. They are committed to establishing meaningful connections between farmers, producers consumers and the community with quality markets on the Gold Coast of SE Queensland at Bundall and Palm Beach.

Every Saturday and Sunday morning

Palm Beach Food & Farmers' Markets
Every Saturday 6.00 - 11.30am

Located at Currumbin State High School close to the beach, the Palm Beach Food & Farmers' Markets stack in over 80 stallholders and continue to attract thousands of shoppers every week.

On offer is a selection of fine food and farmers' markets. Of course, a lot of it is certified organic. You'll also find gluten free options as well as vegan options. To top it off, you can even get your hands on the healthiest, dairy free and sugar-free ice cream.

Sample away and indulge in the free tastings at several stalls.

Additional Conveniences...

Free on-street parking
Wheelchair accessible
Bike racks available

Bundall Farmers' Markets
Every Sunday 6.00 - 11.30am

Located at HOTA (Home of the Arts) the Bundall Farmer's Markets are one of the coast's biggest food and farmers market. Featuring over 80 stallholders, which are changing all the time, customers are sure to find a mixed variety of quality produce and gourmet global goodies.

HOTA - Home of the Arts
Home of the Arts

Selling a wide range of fresh fruit and vegetables, straight from the growers, all types of baked goods and bread, cakes and slices, meat, seafood and even florists with other gourmet delights. You can even pick up a [I]gift for a loved one

The markets are also an opportunity to support local up and coming musicians. It's easy to find some shade under the trees to sit back and enjoy the entertainment from some great musicians. The perfect location to have coffee with a friend and or take the family down for brunch.

The Bundall Markets have earned its reputation for high quality, freshness and flavour.

Plastic bag free market
BYO bag or purchase one of the jute market bags for $6
Forget a bag; you can even bring your trolley along!

Additional Conveniences...

Free on-site parking
Wheelchair accessible
Extra seating on the HOTA portico as well as lakeside
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Why? For local farmers to bring their just-picked produce to the market for local residents and visitors
When: Saturday and Sunday 6.00 - 11.30am
Phone: 0405185683
Where: HOTA and Currumbin State High School
Cost: Free
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