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Noosa Farmers Market, Noosa
(4.5/5 based on 150 reviews on the web)
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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  • Went in search of fresh ingredients. Guests can enjoy ranging from local vegetables and fruit, eggs, bread, woodwork and selling things, even just to walk around. It is a crowded early, but gradually runs out of goods as fewer tourists will feel in the morning.
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  • Best markets in the south east. Perfect mix of produce, food, beautiful people and not too full of nik-nak sellers. Food is awesome, always enjoy it after a Sunday morning surf 
  • Held on Sunday morning in the Center and is adjacent to the football stadium somewhere. Parking is paid to think when, and donation. Donations, so the amount is any payor. Market and sell Acai sorbet with fresh vegetables, fruit and eggs, as well, is a very fun place.
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  • Friends I was visiting in Noosa recommended this market for buying produce. I enjoyed buying fruit and vegetables of a high standard that taste so much better than supermarket goods. For seafood lovers it is definitely worth a visit for locally caught fish. I picked up two snappers that amazed my tastebuds. If only I could go every week.
  • Superb markets. Much bigger than I expected with lots of great food stalls and all in a nice location behind the AFL pitch. You may also bump into the odd celebrity such as Mark Webber, Pat Rafter or Dawn Fraser to name a few.
  • Small but good value market, regular attendance by local producers. Fresh food, including from the hinterland, and heaps of brekkie and snack choices. Parking is a hassle if you arrive late, but its worth it. ATM available.
  • Nice food-centric market, both of the eat-now and stock up the pantry kind. 50+ stalls or so. Held adjacent to local Aussie Rules Oval. Popular and busy. Parking is there but problematic owing to needing to circumnavigate oval and frequently wait for people pulling in and out, making the full circumnavigation very slow.
  • Great way to spend a few hours Sunday mornings, something to everyone's taste buds.