CARINDALE MARKETS

3rd Sunday of the Month

21st July - TBC 

18th Aug

15th Sep

20th Oct

17th Nov

15th Dec

NEXT MARKET:

TBC

 

TIME:

10AM - 2PM

 

WHERE:

Carindale PCYC

27 Narracott St, Carina QLD 4152

 

COST:

Metre Market is free all ages event. 

 

PARKING:

There will be parking on site as well as Narracott Street and Creek Road. All Free.

Carindale Westfield is 500m walk away.

 

CASH:

There will be no ATMS at The Carindale Markets however many of our Stall Holders do take eftpos. Please bring adequate cash for the preloved rack sale! There is an ATM 150m away - across the road at the BP Petrol Station

PUBLIC TRANSPORT:

Carindale is well connected with Public Transport. Westfield Carindale is a 500m walk away. Visit Translink to plan your journey

 

FIRST AID: 

There is a first aid kit at all Metre Market events. There will be a certified first aid team member on site for during our markets. If yourself or a member of the public requires emergency assistance please alert a Metre Market team member who will be able to assist or alternatively a stall holder who can alert us.

 

ACCESS DETAILS: 

There are accessible carparks at the front of PCYC and these are connected to the market grounds by bitumen.

There are accessible bathrooms.

The market stalls are spread between lawns and bitumen carparks.

STALLS:

Carindale Markets will  feature creative stalls and a preloved clothing rack sale as well as food & drink. 

DOGS:

Welcome at Carindale Markets. Please clean up after your furry friends!

WEATHER:
This location is all outdoor, we are an all weather market - we trade in wind, rain or shine.

If you need any further information to plan your trip please do not hesitate to ask us.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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The Market Folk would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land in which our events take place on - The Turrbal and Yugara people. On behalf of our community of small businesses we want to pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging.

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