The Boundary Street Markets will transform the Absoe Site in West End for the first time this weekend, 16 and 17 November. What stalls should you keep an eye out for?

This new addition to the Brisbane market scene promises a large range of produce, unique gifts, jewellery and much more. The Boundary Street Markets will be held every Saturday and Sunday from 7am to 2pm, at the old Peter’s Ice-cream Factory (now the Absoe site) on the corner of Boundary & Mollison Streets.

Here are some stalls to look out for;

Honey Espresso Baked goods

Showcasing wholesome, delicious and nutritiously baked goods. Using organic ingredients where possible, each product is either Vegan, Gluten free, refined sugar free, or a combination of all.  To compliment with their tasty healthy treats Honeyespresso will also be offering a high quality locally roasted blend off coffee with a special Honey twist.

MADC’s – Kids PJ’s 

MADC’s believes kids pyjamas should be comfortable and durable. Their range of colourful and quirky pyjamas aren’t cute or clichéd and are made from quality fabrics. They sell bright playful sleepwear that can take kids from playtime to sleep time. A fun pair of pyjamas may even help parents out when bedtime is a struggle. 

Lady Brass- Steampunk Garnishes

Steam-punk inspired earrings, brooches, hair slides, rings, fob chains, top hat garnishes and more. This stall is great for unique gift ideas or to reward yourself after a long days produce shopping with a special one of a kind piece.

Sure to be a favourable addition to  West End, the Boundary Street markets will also offer a wide range of fresh fruit and veg, meat, seafood and cheese.

Check out our gallery of What to expect at the Boundary Street Markets?

With the addition of the Boundary Street Markets and the new Eat Street Markets at Hamilton Wharf, Brisbane residence are spoiled for market choices.

For more information on getting to the Boundary Street Markets or even hiring a stall head to the Boundary Street Markets website;

We would love to hear about your experiences at any markets around Brisbane? Share with us your insider tips!