North Queensland Regional Markets
The main attraction in Kuranda, this market offers everything the visitor needs, offering locally handcrafted souvenirs, clothing, paintings by local artists and much, much more.
Open every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
The Port Douglas markets are open every Sunday with a large choice of fresh local produce, gifts, arts & crafts along with souvenirs of the region.
The markets are not a large as the Kuranda markets but a worth a look at if you are passing through the region.
From the markets you can overlook the coastline and take in the atmosphere that is Port Douglas.
The Yungaburra Markets on the Cairns Highlands, also known as the Atherton Tablelands, is a popular market where visitors can sample the very best fruits and vegetables that the Cairns Highlands has to offer.
Stalls offering a variety of local arts and crafts along with souvenirs intrigue locals and visitors alike. You will find an abundance of organic fruit and vegetables, jewellery, brick-a-brack and clothing.
If you are feeling a little peckish during your visit through the markets rest assured that your taste buds and senses will be tantalised with the aroma of food being prepared and cooked for hungry market goers.
The Yungaburra Markets are held on the 4th Saturday of each month with an exception during December depending on when Christmas falls.
The exact dates can be found at the Yungaburra Markets Calendar.