South City Sq Markets

Our new pop-up location in the heart of Woolloongabba is situated on the corner of Logan Road and Deshon Street, less than a 3 minute walk to the Gabba and just 7 minutes from the CBD. 

South City Square Markets are set to take place within Market Hall an artisan style venue hall featuring stunning brick work, archways and industrial style windows. Feel as though you have been transported to the market halls in Europe. This location represents one of the largest mixed-use development sites in Brisbane - encompassing a progressive vision that spans residential, retail and leisure. 

Fully undercover the markets will feature design stalls, creative workshops, live music and exciting food truck pop-ups! 



Autumn Pop-Up

Sunday 28th March

Winter Pop-Up

Sunday 27th June


South City Square

The Market Hall

148 Logan Road, Woolloongabba


9am - 2pm


Free all ages event!


There is limited parking underneath the precinct access via Deshon and Logan Road.

The first 3 hours are free. You can also find parking in the surrounding streets.



Visit Translink to plan your journey. South City Square is well connected via public transport.



There are accessible carparks located under the precinct/the internal rode and these are connected to accessible lifts which bring you up to the main retail, dining and event space. 

There are accessible bathrooms. This is an indoor venue on flat even surfaces. 


South City markets will only feature creative stalls, a preloved clothing rack sale & workshop. Food and drink stalls will be by invitation only.

Stalls are located indoors in the Market Hall.


Welcome at South City Square.


Check our Workshop Page for more details! Workshops are located in the heart of the markets, brought to you by talented creative businesses.

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