The best Sunday market on the Sunshine Coast. There is free parking on Sunday! The Street Fair showcases up to 200 stallholders each week that are hand selected, ensuring a wide variety of products, health and well-being services plus lots of fresh food options, and street food.
The Sunny Coast Baby and Kids Market holds markets in 2 venues - Nambour & Caloundra. Our markets run from 9am - 12pm, We have a great mix of pre-loved clothing, toys and large items including prams, cots, play-gyms and more, as well as beautiful new, designer and handmade items for baby and kids th...
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About Markets & Shopping For Caloundra
Caloundra is the place to find one of the best markets on the Sunshine Coast. If you are on holiday, plan to spend Sunday on Bulcock Street, a tree-lined busy street with over 200 vendors. Visitors and locals alike flock to this market every Sunday morning to find the best deals. From fresh fruit and veggies, there is something for everyone here, not just food, but arts and crafts, gadgets and natural remedies too. Enjoy the day with live entertainment while you do some tasting at the various food vendors. It’s a grand time.
That’s not all. On Sunday mornings there is also the Calloundra County & Farmer’s Market at Central Park. Fresh seafood, fruits and vegetables, books, arts, crafts, tools and clothes, bargains galore! How about some evening shopping? Called Twilight Markets, in the months of December and January, every friday night from 5pm to 9pm can be spent shopping the market for goodies like street food, sweets, fashion, jewelry and more. Even kids get a kick out of this market.
Don’t forget to visit the many shops along the tree-lined street in Caloundra. It’s a fun way to spend the afternoon, and perhaps after shopping the quaint shops, stop and have coffee or tea at one of the small cafes.