Burleigh Heads Farmers Markets

Burleigh Heads Farmers Markets, opened in June 2012, offer a different blend of produce and wares to other markets on the coast.

There are fruit and vegetables for sale (like other markets, some are sold by retailers rather than by farmers), gourmet foods and deli items, artisan bread and pasta, meat and fish, fresh flowers and plants, as well as healing arts, handmade crafts and clothing, collectibles and some bric a brac.

IMG_7443 There’s a good range of authentic global food to choose for a quick meal or takeaway: handmade gyoza without MSG (fantastic!), fabulously thin gozleme served with carrot dip and hommus, Dutch pancakes and doughnuts, vegetarian dosa, German bratwurst, raw desserts, fruit-filled frozen yoghurt as well as coffee …to name a few.

IMG_7440 Best of all, there’s a whole organic section of the market, including organic coffee, plants and seedlings, ready-made meals such as kofta (the best we’ve tried in some time) and vegetables.

The markets are set up on a grassy flat on the school grounds, flowing into undercover areas of the school giving it a country feel right in the middle of a beach suburb.

The hay bales may have gone, but there’s still a fair bit of seating, and lots of free parking on the oval beside the markets. It’s a great way to begin the weekend, doing your grocery shopping and catching up with friends at the same time!

IMG_7424 Burleigh Heads State School, Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads.

Open every Saturday, 7am – 12 noon

This is an updated post, first published in 2015.



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15 Reviews

  1. alex, 6 years ago

    Best crepes around and it is gluten free !!!

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  2. Rose Grosser, 5 years ago

    Honestly don’t think there are real “farmer’s markets” around the Gold Coast to date. Would love to be corrected on that though. Anyone?

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    • Good Food Gold Coast, 5 years ago

      In our opinion, the real trick is to find the real farmers/growers or producers in the markets – that way your produce stays fresher for longer. Some markets have more farmers than others. Having the word ‘Farmers’ in the title of the market means absolutely nothing!

      We have our favourite farmers’ stalls, but we’re aware that some of the real farmers also buy goods from elsewhere to sell. The chance is that the more diverse the stall’s range, the greater the chance is that they’ve bought goods from other farmers to sell, or even from the Darra Markets! Why not ask the question directly: ‘Which of these products did you go/make?’ ‘When did you harvest them?’

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  3. Kathy, 3 years ago

    Wanting to know the name of the butcher that is at your market please

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    • marj, 3 years ago

      Hi Kathy, Please contact the Burleigh Markets directly. Ph: 0487 711 850

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  4. Kelly Ryan, 3 years ago

    Interested in having a stall at your markets please. I am the owner of Scents with Soy. Available for purchase are candles in all different shape and sizes, Melts, Electric melt burners and candle warmers

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  5. Tahlia, 1 year ago

    Hi there,

    Just looking for the name of the stall that sells the angel healing essences? I can’t seem to find them and I remember the lovely lady saying they were available online also.

    Thank you!

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    • marj, 1 year ago

      Hi Tahlia,
      Try ringing the Burleigh Farmers Market organiser on Ph: Ph: 0417 728 844
      Good Food Gold Coast

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  6. Angela, 1 year ago

    How can I register for a place to sell here?
    What is the cost?

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    • marj, 1 year ago

      Please send your questions to the market proprietor.
      Regards, GFGC

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  7. Lara, 5 months ago

    I would like to book a site for tomorrow (6mx3m).

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    • marj, 5 months ago

      Please contact the markets directly. GFGC

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  8. Jayde, 4 months ago

    Can you take dogs in?

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    • marj, 4 months ago

      Hi there, No, I believe that you are not permitted to take dogs in or around market stalls because it is a food area. GFGC

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