Once upon a time the Gold Coast was home to one market place and that was the Carrara Markets. Each weekend locals and tourists would flock to this treasure chest to purchase everything from plants to old books to current fashions. The Carrara Markets are still a favourite but now there are dozens of markets that line the coast.
Some markets follow the rules that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure and others nurture the local arts, crafts and fashion scene.
With a prime location to beautiful farmlands it is no wonder that gourmet Farmers’ Markets are springing up all over the Gold Coast. Pick up your weekly groceries for half the price or indulge in some homemade jams and antipasto or pick out a bunch of flowers for the week.
Below are just a few of the selection for you to visit and enjoy. Its a great way to spend an afternoon and an excellent place to find that small gift for a friend or family member
its been that way since the 1950s when Surfers Paradise
was established as a one hotel, beachside town and has
grown up over the last half century with more and more
attractions have popping up, making the region one of the
most tourist-oriented in the world.
Below are just some of the most popular things to do on
the Gold Coast,
Although, if you’re doing anything in this beautiful QLD sun
we bet you’ll be very happy.