20th December - Coorparoo Christmas Markets Preview

Our monthly Coorparoo Markets opens Sunday 20th December from 9am - 1pm. Finish off your Christmas shopping with us - buy what you believe in, small businesses of course!

We can't believe this this is our final market for the year!

December marks our biggest Coorparoo Markets to date with 45 stalls spread throughout the precinct offering ceramics, art, homewares, baked goods, children's toys, relaxation & skincare, pots, plants, eco products, furniture, locally made fashion + more!

Invite your friends on Facebook, follow the action on Instagram and once you’ve arrived, don’t forget to snap the market fun using #themarketfolk so we can see too!

Shopping Highlights

Left to right:

Hello Plum, Slow Intentions, Hello Lola, Petals and Cream, Kim Aitken Ceramics and The Cotton Pod.

Left to right:

Rebel Art Creations, Flabbergasted, Buttons Ink, River Timber Designs, Totes Weird & Three More Days Candles.

Left to right:

DH Makers, Florals By Blush Designs, Blue Bell Art, Makes of Something Special, Cushion and Cloth and Duchess of Sweet.

Full Line Up Includes

Love to browse online first? Head to each link below to be taken to each stall's Instagram:


My Eco House



Slow Intentions

Crosslane Candles

Three More Days Candle


D H Makers

Kim Aitken Ceramics


Bubble Moi Artisan Soap

ETC Body


InBLACK. The Label

Meta Design Co



Clive Street

Namu Leather Goods

Pheebs and Co

Hello Plum

Hello Hollie

Alice's Earth by Cath

Studio Risara

Totes Weird


Elles Balcony Garden

Makers of Something Special

Florals by Blush Designs

River Timber Designs

Rebel Art Creations

Hello Lola

The Nostalgic Pot

My Mother Makes


Tiny Giraffe

Bluebell Art

Buttons Ink

Kari Creative


Little Lounge Project

The Cotton Pod

A Thing or 2


Duchess of Sweet

Vanilla Rose Baked Goods

Petals & Cream

Totally Fruity

As well as Councillor Fiona Cunningham's team on the lawn with Children's face painting!

Food and Drink

Looking to dine in? There is so much on offer at Coorparoo Square for a lazy Sunday meal stop by www.coorparoosquare.com.au for more. Why not see a movie up at Dendy Cinemas after your market stroll

Click below to browse menu or book a table!

Left to right (all images sourced via Instagram):

Beyond the Pale Bar, Kivahan Experience, Wing Fix and La Macelleria Gelateria and Pappa Rich

Children's Corner

Want to get some Christmas shopping done or just meet some friends? We know dining out can be harder with kids sometimes - grab some takeaway and let them get the wriggles out on the lawn at Little Lounge Project's amazing kids area!

Teepees, craft tables, games and more. All welcome under parental supervision

For more information visit




Christmas Activities

Enjoy Christmas Activities:

Children’s bauble decorating workshop 9:30am-12:30pm

Christmas selfie wall


The Market Folk are following an Industry COVID SAFE Plan.

Help us keep the community safe:

Stay at home if unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath.

Maintaining physical distancing requirements of 1.5m

Ensure to use hand sanitising stations available at the markets

Do not overcrowd stalls

Event Details

Sunday 20th December (3rd Sunday of Each Month)

9am - 1pm


Coorparoo Square

300 Old Cleveland Rd

Coorparoo, Brisbane

Getting There

2 hours free Secure Parking - enter off Holdsworth Street

Street parking - Holdsworth, Harries and Cavendish Road

Coorparoo Square is well connected by Public Transport -

visit www.translink.com.au to plan your journey


Coorparoo Markets is a free all ages, dog friendly event! All are welcome.

To see access details visit https://www.themarketfolk.com.au/coorparoosquare

We'll see 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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Brisbane, Queensland Australia