Closet Cleanout – Sunday, 30 September.

Turn your trash into someone else’s treasure at the Eagle Farm Markets Closet Cleanout! Declutter your wardrobe and get rid of those old clothes you used to love, you never know who’ll love them to and you’ll be able to find a new home and make some money in the process. For shoppers, this is a fantastic way to find that new outfit and even explore big designer labels on offer in the mix of this great suitcase rummage. Stalls are $50 each and in limited supply, so call the Eagle Farm Markets team on 3915 4277 to book your position!

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2 For 1 Stall Sale

Extended by popular demand! The Eagle Farm Markets are running a special sale for any casual stalls. If you’re looking for a market, and want to save some dosh, book a stall and receive another for free! Call the Eagle Farm Markets team on (07) 3915 4277 to book your position!

*Stall sale does not apply to Closet Cleanout stalls.

Weekly Children's Entertainment Schedule

There is always something happening at the Eagle Farm Markets and each week, market-goers will also enjoy live entertainment and activities for the kids.

At Eagle Farm Markets, we ensure we involve quality local musicians to support the local music scene, and bring in kids entertainment that will keep them entertained for hours, so that you can relax in the Sunday morning sunshine, enjoy a coffee or gourmet breakfast.

Don’t forget to bring a bag or trolley and do your weekly shop! We’ve got a large selection of fresh produce, from fruit & veg to meat & seafood and everywhere in between, including spices, sauces and many other types of food that means our markets are a great alternative to your local supermarket.

Not only will you have great produce, but you’ll find some great savings as well from all of our stallholders.

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