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Best Gluten Free Markets in Brisbane

Brisban-ites are so in love with markets right now, whether it’s day time markets or twilight markets, we don’t care!

My favourite markets consist of those with the best gluten free food (of course) as well as when there’s a nice selection of stalls with jewellery or other trinkets to look at.  So here’s our round up of the very best gluten free markets in Brisbane!

1. Boundary Street Markets, West End

These markets take the cake with their gluten free donuts (best in Brisbane by the Organic Frog & Heavenly Donuts) and a wide range of options like Mexican, Italian pizza, rice paper rolls and more! I also just love the vibe of this place with the live music, fire places (during winter time) and beautiful fairy lights.

Location & times:
Cnr Boundary & Mollison Streets, West End, Brisbane, 4101.
Friday 4pm – 10pm
Saturday: 10am – 10pm
Sunday: 9am – 2pm

2. Jan Powers Farmers Markets

Even from when I was first diagnosed three years ago, Jan Powers always delivers the goods with candied nuts, macarons and more. These markets are great for picking up fresh food and vegetables and are more of a daytime or breakfast pit stop rather than an evening affair.

Location & times:
Hours and dates vary, check website here.

  • Brisbane Powerhouse
  • Queen St
  • Manly
  • Mitchelton


3. Eat Street Markets

From Paella to a range of Asian or Mexican food, oh and you can’t forget the gluten free donuts too. Eat Street has a large range of gluten free options and a beautiful evening vibe, perfect for a first date or catch up with friends. It can get pretty busy around 6pm so try and go earlier.

Location & times:
Macarthur Ave, Hamilton, Brisbane, Australia
Friday & Saturday night 4pm to 10pm


4. Eagle Farm Markets

The Eagle Farm Markets are one of my favourite ways to spend a Sunday morning. You’ll find gluten free crepes, rosti, gluten free/vegan food and more. I love these markets for a Sunday breakfast.

Location & time:
Brisbane Racing Club, Ascot
Sunday 7am to 12.30pm

Note: Entry fee $2


5. Kelvin Grove Village Markets

These markets offer a range of fresh produce with a selection of plants, flowers and crafts to keep you interested. I like these markets if I need some fruit or vege and a smoothie.

Location & time:
Every Saturday, 6am – 1pm
Blamey St, Kelvin Grove Urban Village


6. Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets

Here you’ll find fresh fruit and regional produce, gluten free brownies and cakes, along with artists and purveyors selling Maleny cheese, jams, oils and chutneys.  There are so many stores and these markets are usually pretty busy! I also like how they also have a range of jewellery and other items to look at.

Location & time:
Every Saturday, 6am – midday
532 Beams Rd, Carseldine


For a full round up of Brisbane markets, check out Visit Brisbane here.

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