The Red Hill Farmers Markets have relocated, and will be reborn this weekend as the Milton Markets.
If you love fresh produce, unique foods and arts and crafts, make your way to the official grand opening of the Milton Markets this Sunday 17 April.
Featuring over 140 stalls from across the South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales region, the new site at Cribb Street boasts undercover parking, easy public transport access and improved facilities.
Milton locals Bunker Coffee will be offering up their particular brand of specialty brews along with favourites Banneton Bakery, Jackalope Slow Foods, Kokopod Artisan Chocolate, Benfatti Fine Italian Foods, White Gold Creamery, Davy Jones Seafood, Honey and Bananas from Wamuran and more.
Nestled among beautiful old fig trees, the new site has plenty of shaded seating, so you can sit back and enjoy fresh market food, or listen to live acts who’ll be performing on a custom-built stage and roving throughout the market.
The grand opening will also feature pony rides and a jumping castle, making it a great day out for the family — and your furry, four-legged friends, as dogs are welcome.
The Milton Markets are open to producers, growers, farmers, painters, cooks, chefs, bakers, fishmongers, butchers, baristas, juicers, and all those with a skill, hobby, or passion. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Milton Markets will run from 6am to noon every Sunday at 47 Cribb Street, Milton. Admission and parking will be free for the grand opening this Sunday 17 April, and $2 every week after that.