The Jan Powers Queen Street Farmers Markets are held weekly every Wednesday at Reddacliff Place (Western end of Queen Street) in the heart of Brisbane from 10am to 6pm. The markets are a popular destination for local workers looking to purchase that something different for lunch or catch up on some fresh fruit and vegetable shopping on their way home from work and visitors to Brisbane who have stumbled upon one of Brisbane’s icon markets.
The markets are smaller than the usual weekend Jan Powers Markets with around forty stalls and the products you can expect to find on a regular basis include
- A variety of hot food vendors selling a range of international cuisine.
- Fresh fruit and vegetables from local producers.
- Cakes, chocolate
- Fresh coffee
- and live entertainment
Parking is always difficult in the city with options either being paid street parking (always in short supply) or at one of the many secure parking areas found around the park. Public transport provides the best option at accessing the markets and inner Brisbane with all forms of transport being available.
If you happen to be in the city centre on a Wednesday then these markets are well worth visiting to enjoy that something different for lunch or to pick up some of the freshest fruit and vegetables from local producers you can find in Brisbane. With around forty stalls, they are also easily accessible during an inner city workers lunch break providing something different to break up the working day.