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Davies Park Market, Brisbane

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  • If you're from out of town and want a feel of an authentic local farmers market, do check out Davies Park Market! A large selection of fresh produce and goods. There are plenty of options for brekky h...  more »
  • This market is a must if you live locally or visiting the area. Fresh produce, cheeses, breads, olives and more area available. I purchased apples that had been picked 3 days earlier. There's also clo...  more »
  • We just visited this market again to check it out how much change since our last visit 6years ago. Well, it has changed, in good? No. I remember it was more open, spacious. Remember Gypsy coffee booth...  more »
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  • Davies Park Market is the best farmers market I've found in Brisbane city over the past year. The selection is great, and competition between vendors of produce seems to drive the prices down as the day goes on. Not only does this market have *by far* the best prices on produce around, the selection seems to be much fresher than several of the other markets that I visit. The beginning and end of the market are where the majority of the deals are on produce, with the middle offering a number of food carts. One of my favorites for a delicious, cheap snack is the unassuming Curry Puff cart. It doesn't look like much, but the friendly owners sell fresh made and absolutely delicious little pastries for only $1.50. Just behind this is another favorate of mine--the stand selling some wonderful fresh fruit smoothies. There might be slightly more selection to early-birds, but I've always felt like the perfect time to arrive is around 12:00. It's just before the vendors begin packing up, and all of them are anxious to sell the rest of their produce. Prices are often slashed on the still-great selection.
  • How to reach : I would suggest go by bus. If traveling from City route 60 is best way to travel. Every 15 min. Timing : market is open from 6 am to 2 pm on Saturday. I would suggest go before 11 to get what you are looking for. What you get ? Fresh fruits and vegetables straight from farm. Lots of other things like cloths, decorative items, jewellers and many fresh food outlets. You can also buy fresh sea food like living muddy crabs. It is worth ? Absolutely you get things a much better price compare to big supermakets. Some of the veggies you won't get in super market. It offers lot including Preferred vegetable by most Indian and Asians. Car parking : you have park car 2 to 3 streets away from park however it is free free. Some effort is required to search parking for first time. How to take best: shop fresh and eat fresh. If traveling by bus finish shopping in 1 hour and save one side fare. :) Like if find review worth.
  • Ripper market. Huge selection of fresh produce. Fish and Meat trucks on site too. Excellent breakfast/brunch choices. Can sit on the oval next door to enjoy your morning. It's an outstanding place to be in cooler weather.
  • Its very friendly atmosphere. I love sitting on the hill looking to the river listening to live music and sipping good coffee makes for a sensation filled Saturday morning.
  • I love this markets, and have been coming here for years. A wide variety of produce and foods are available, and the quality of produce is often better than that of supermarkets, and cheaper too. While not all produce/arts/crafts are directly from the farmer/artist, there is still quite a high proportion of them--I know where my eggs and tomatoes come from, for example!