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Noosa Farmers Market, Noosa

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Every Sunday Noosa Farmers Market comes to life with hundreds of stalls displaying the region’s most colorful products, from food and clothes to handmade arts and crafts. Huge crowds gather here in order to browse through the quality merchandise offered by regular vendors. Meet the region’s finest producers and learn all about where and how their products are grown or made. Load up on fresh organic fruits and vegetables, breads, cheeses, poultry, coffee, fish, jams, and a variety of local plants and flowers. Don’t miss a huge selection of inexpensive souvenirs, sure to please the folks back home. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Noosa holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Noosa Farmers Market and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • I was told that upon visiting Noosa this particular farmers market was a must see.. if I lived here I would definitely do my produce shopping at this market but that would be it. Not a tourist attract...  more »
  • Get up early and stock up on food for your stay in Noosa. Highlights for us were the sugar cane juice, fresh papaya, the dishy egg guy and falafal. Get there real early and try to get a park on the st...  more »
  • We go to this market every Sunday. It has a good selection of fruits, vegetables, meats and flowers. There are also other things there but those are the main ones. There are also a few organic stalls,...  more »
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  • Had a Great time looking around, I even tried a vegan doughnut. It was really nice. Coffee there was great as well. We bought some hand made soap and our fruit and veg. Greta value and everyone was very welcoming. Defiantly worth a visit.
  • We live local and like to support this market and there's a wide range of stalls. The only criticism I have is that there is also a wide range of takeaway food stalls which makes it a great place to meet up with friends and family to have breakfast but we always seem to have a problem finding vacant seats. This has always been the case each time we visit and we have to hover around hoping that someone will leave so we can pounce on their chair, no such luck yesterday and we ate our crepes in the car.
  • Amazing selection of locals produce / goods. Veggies, fruits, cheese, wine, nuts, plants, etc etc. plus they have some hot food to eat there. It's a great place to hang out or take the family.
  • Pretty good market, great for a non beach day and to top up on fresh fruit, vegies etc. Good to come for hot food as well.
  • The market is now a major tourist attraction and that is fantastic for Noosa. However does this really help the farmers that are trying to bring the produce to sell? I think not! the guy that runs the market does not care if he has 5 stall holders all selling the same product! All trying to earn a crust whilst he puts up the rent to the stall holders, every year. I am a local that has supported this market for over 12 years. I now feel that it has become a street food market for tourists - I don't have an issue with that, but when a stall holder has to make $250 in profit to cover costs (petrol, wear and tear + stall fees) it has become a gold mine for the market licensee and a tough business for stall holders. Can we not start a true produce market to support our farmers and leave the street food market to its own devices?