Brisbane’s Third Farm Fresh Market to Open at St Stephen’s Cathedral

Brisbane City Markets St Stephen Cathedral
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Did you know that Brisbane will soon welcome its third farm fresh market, set to open at the historic St Stephen’s Cathedral?

Goodwill Projects, a dynamic events and venues company, is partnering with St Stephen Cathedral Catholic Parish to give the city a new farm fresh market, set to open on Tuesday, 12 Sept 2023. The market, which runs from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., will continue every Tuesday thereafter.

The St Stephen’s Cathedral market is set to be a hub for community initiatives, providing a platform for people to come together, socialise, and enjoy a safe, outdoor, and welcoming atmosphere. This vision aligns seamlessly with the essence of both the parish and the markets, fostering a sense of community and inclusivity.

What to Expect at St Stephen’s Markets

What sets a market apart are its vendors, artisans, farmers, growers, makers, bakers, designers, and artists who believe that no idea is too small and encourage thinking big.

According to Goodwill Projects, in Australia, small to medium-sized enterprises account for a significant portion of the economy, often starting with a simple idea, skill, or passion. The company aims to turn these ideas, dreams, and passions into reality whilst transforming iconic spaces into bustling, vibrant, and inclusive markets across South East Queensland.

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As the project prepares forits grand opening, visitors can look forward to an array of enticing offerings from a diverse range of vendors. These are just some of the carefully curated stalls that promise to provide an exceptional shopping and dining experience that reflects the market’s commitment to quality and variety.

Pastel Bossa: Delve into the flavors of South America with Pastel Bossa. This vendor specializes in pastels, a South American staple that consists of stuffed pastries deep-fried until crispy. Prepare your taste buds for a delightful journey as you explore the mouthwatering varieties of these savory pastries.

Three Little Birds Homewares: Three Little Birds is not your average homewares business. They exclusively operate at markets, bringing a unique selection of home decor items to St Stephen’s Markets. From an impressive range of plants and potted colour to stylish pots, dried flower arrangements, tote bags, and other plant-related items, Three Little Birds Homewares is a must-visit for plant lovers and proud plant parents alike.

Three Little Birds Homewares
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Good Intentions Clothing Brand: Founded by two brothers on the Gold Coast, Good Intentions Clothing Brand is not just about fashion; it’s about making a positive impact. With every sale, they donate 10% to charities such as Beyond Blue, Foodbank, or RizeUp. So, when you shop at their stall, you’re not just getting stylish clothing but also contributing to meaningful causes.

Whisk N Flip Pancakes & Waffles: If you have a craving for delicious pancakes and waffles on a stick, look no further than Whisk N Flip. This husband-and-wife team, local to Ipswich, will be serving up these delectable treats from their mobile food van. Whether you’re a fan of classic flavors or innovative toppings, their offerings are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Other Market Days

In addition to the new St Stephen’s Cathedral site, visitors can enjoy the famous Reddacliff Place market, located at the top of Queen Street Mall, every Wednesday, and the Cathedral Square market at the corner of Ann and Wharf Street every Thursday.

Stay connected and get updates on the Brisbane City Markets through their Facebook Page.

Published 9-Sept-2023