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BUNDALL FARMERS MARKET

Your Local Markets

Every Sunday morning from 6am – 11.30am the Bundall Farmers’ Market at The Arts Centre Gold Coast (TACGC) is a hive of activity with local farmers bringing their just-picked produce to the market for local residents and visitors alike.   The Bundall Farmers’ Market is honest and it’s packed with produce and gourmet foods to delight your senses.

There are so many different types of stalls at the markets from fresh organic, biodynamic and conventionally grown produce, freshly squeezed orange drinks, cold pressed fruit and vegetables juices and smoothies, locally grown coffee and cakes and slices to die for.   Buy nuts and seeds, olives and tasty tapenades, herbs and just caught seafood, freshly baked bread and creamy cheese are amongst the variety of exotic and yummy foods to sample and buy.   Plus there’s live music played for you by local musicians.

Indulge the senses, relax, taste, wander and unwind as you discover the Evandale Lake at the rear of the market site and the children’s playground.

Grab a coffee and some breakfast or brunch and immerse yourself in the local food culture of the Gold Coast.

Learn more about all the facilities and venues available at TACGC, wander the art gallery, view all the latest exhibitions, enjoy one of the latest movies and sip a wine or 2 at the Arts Cafe. All this and more every Sunday morning at the Bundall Farmers’ Market.

PLEASE NOTE – From 1 January 2017 no single-use plastic bags will be available. Jute market bags and large paper carry bags will be available for sale from market management and stall holders. 

Gold Coast Cultural Precinct, 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise
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