Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market

Held in an enviable waterfront location with amazing views, live music, a delicious food scene and quality shopping, the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market is a smaller but vibrant market for those with discerning taste. Widely supported by the local community, the Redcliffe Jetty Markets have long been a staple of Redcliffe.

Supporting Local Artisans and Growers

As one of the Moreton Bay Region’s most identifiable landmarks, the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market is often considered the heart of the peninsula, making it an ideal location for Sunday markets. With no second hand or bric-a-brac items, this market is a cornucopia of home décor, fashion, exotic imports, trendy crafts and fresh produce.

On any given Sunday, you can find a range of local food vendors cooking their fresh meat to perfecting and whipping up a delicious meal along the streets of Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market. There’s even a small pet stall where you can bring your four-legged friend to choose their own new toy or treat.

Indulge your senses with fresh produce, handmade candles and local food vendors all grouped neatly onto one stretch of road on the Redcliffe waterfront - perfect to bring interstate guests to explore a unique treasure trove or a great place to spend a leisurely, sunny morning.


It’s all about the location when it comes to Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market. Stretching along Redcliffe Parade, right by the seaside, the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market is a cemented Redcliffe foreshore event. Select businesses and restaurants along the waterfront also open their doors on Sunday to take advantage of the large crowds flocking to the beautiful beachside location. Combining great shopping and even better food with the ambience of live entertainment and the scenic view, you can’t go wrong when taking a trip to the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market.

After you’ve scoured the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market, you can then hit the beach for a quick dip or find Redcliffe’s Settlement Cove Lagoon hidden at the end of the markets.


When: Every Sunday from 8 am.

During this period, Redcliffe Parade is closed to vehicles and the street is awash with fresh produce, handmade goodies, exotic imports, delicious food stalls and one-of-a-kind finds that make for wonderful gifts.

Where: Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe.

Free entry & free parking.

Make the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market part of your Sunday and be sure to drop into one of the local cafes to enjoy a coffee while browsing. Pick up some handcrafted gifts, select some fresh, local produce and sample some amazing cuisine. Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market are closed Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

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Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe QLD, Australia

Contact Us

0466 649 132


Please note due to the COVID-19 outbreak operating hours may be affected. See operator website for up to date information

Opening Hours

8:00am - 2:00pm

Public holidays may vary

Important COVID-19 Update

Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information provided, Visit Moreton Bay Region can not be held responsible for incorrect or misleading information due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Please do the right thing and follow the directions of the Queensland Government.

From 15 May 2020 - you may travel a maximum of 150km from your home for non-contact activity such as exploring national parks, hiking, visiting dog parks, dining-in at restaurants (10 patrons at a time) and more.

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