Nundah Markets Celebrate

THE NUNDAH FARMERS MARKETS are seven years old and celebrating the start of cooler weather with lovely winter produce direct from Stanthorpe, Gatton and the Sunshine Coast. Some of the delicious farm-direct produce that has just hit the markets include strawberries, pears, a new variety of ‘unwaxed’ apples, custard apples, macadamias, kiwifruit and mandarins. You’ll also find some great savings.
A new addition to the weekly markets is the rustic farm and market timber furniture which has been created by some very talented local carpenters and one of the set designers for the Queensland Performing Arts Complex. It is a fantastic space to soak up the beautiful crisp mornings while enjoying great coffee and a delicious breakfast.
The markets are on every Sunday from 6am – 12 noon, rain, hail or shine. For further information visit or follow the Nundah Markets on Facebook. Nundah Train Station Carpark, Station Street.

A note from the organizers:
We are coming up to our 7th anniversary and would like to thank the many local businesses that have supported us throughout the years. These businesses and organizations include the NDDA, Community Living Association, Panda Pearls, and Divine Smiles. We appreciate your support of the markets.

Nundah Festival Planning

Organisers of the Nundah Festival, 8th September are excited to announce that this year will be special, building on the popular local event. “Nundah can start to get excited about the Movie Night, Art Show and Festival.” organisers say.

Bliing it on! Ladies Networking

You could be mistaken into thinking that the ‘BLIING’ gathering is all about glitz and glamour.  But this monthly gathering of Brisbane ladies is much more than that.

BLIING (Brisbane Ladies Ideas Information Networking Group) provides an opportunity for like-minded women to gather together over high tea to discuss topics of interest in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

‘In this hectic, fast paced world, it can be difficult to find time to discuss things that are important to us as women but BLIING is a great forum to develop and maintain friendships, all while having a bit of fun,’ says Simone, owner of Queenie’s Traditional Tea House.

From presentations from politicians to tea appreciation, these are just some of the topics covered at these monthly gatherings.

BLIING meets at Queenies Traditional Tea House and is always looking to welcome new members.  The next gathering is on 19th June 10-12pm.  Cost is $35 and can be booked by phoning 3266 6632.  Check out the Queenie’s website and Facebook page for more information on the BLIINGgatherings.

Queenie’s Traditional Tea House
1279 Sandgate Road, Nundah Village, Phone 3266 6632

Fresh is Best at the Markets

There’s nothing better than starting your Sunday morning with freshly roasted coffee and breakfast at the Nundah Farmers Markets. While you are there, you can stock up on your weekly fresh produce including gourmet meats, fresh seafood, local prawns, herbs & spices and farm fresh eggs.

‘My Sweet Lady’ is stocked full of sweet treats. Their philosophy is based on baking good old fashioned recipes coupled with quality ingredients, love and care. Each week you’ll find something different at this stall but the Red Velvet Cupcakes are a hit amongst many market goers.

Visit The Nundah Farmers Markets
– Every Sunday, Station Street Nundah.