Shop Beautiful Handmade Creations From These Christmas Markets Near The Valley

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This Christmas, let your loved ones feel extra special with handmade gifts. If you’re wondering where to buy beautiful handmade creations near Fortitude Valley, don’t forget to check out these upcoming Christmas markets in the city. 


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Christmas Market at The Soul Nook Collective

26 November 2022

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The Soul Nook Collective has partnered with Discover Ipswich for their annual Christmas market, which will take place on the last Saturday of November, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m at Queen Street in Marburg.

You can find many boutique stalls featuring handcrafted goodies including Mae and Me Designs, where you can buy macrame plant hangers, wall decors, and tote bags; and A Stitch of Hope, known for its adorable bags and clutches.  

Home fragrance store Little Coastal Co will be joining, alongside local olives growers Watercress Creek Olives and Limes, and engraved gifts maker Fletcher and Albert Designs.

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Imbibis Craft Distillery, the first artisan distillery in the Ipswich region, will also be at the markets to showcase their gins.

Aside from shopping at the Christmas Market at The Soul Nook Collective, be entertained with the live music and delight in their mocktail bar and food trucks.

BrisStyle Twilight Christmas Market

2 December 2022 

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Shop ‘til you drop at King George Square this December, because this market will be featuring over 60 local designers of handmade goods. Now in its 12th year, the BrisStyle Twilight Christmas Market showcases all sorts of goodies, right from cleverly crafted ceramics to all-natural skincare.

Non-profit organisation BrisStyle is under the direction of Operations Manager Belinda Harris, who leads the group’s initiative in providing Brisbane makers with meaningful opportunities to connect with their audiences.

“Our creative minds were among the first to be negatively impacted by COVID 19. By shopping with Brisbane-based designers and buying directly from the maker there is no better way to give much-needed support to the local creative economy as we start to recover in 2022,” said Ms Harris.


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Shopping at Christmas markets does not only let you support small businesses. It’s also a fun experience which keeps the whole family entertained with live music and food trucks to fill you up with yummy treats.