Noosa Farmers Market
Noosa Farmers Market
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Karen T
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021 • Couples
The stallholders are lovely. Produce great. However, the owner was incredibly rude to us. We chose to wear masks to the market and were told by the owner, Ish, that masks were for indoors at Coles, identified herself as the owner (which we have confirmed) and said she would prefer we didn't shop at the markets. When leaving I told her she was a ver rude person who didn't know my medical condition. She responsed that she didn't care, that I looked stupid, called me an idiot and told me was I fat and to go away and lose weight. Absolutely gobsmaked at this atrocious behaviour given current health warnings to socially distance or wear a mask. Very difficult socially distancing at Noosa market!
Written 18 December 2021
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Michael
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021 • Couples
Little mask wearing from stakeholders and visitors during this latest COVID delta lockdown. Really poor effort and we left straight away. If this is the attitude to public health best to avoid
Written 31 July 2021
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Camda
Wellington, New Zealand888 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021 • Solo
Fun morning outing. Up early as this market is only open until lunch time. All local growers and food traders selling their wares. A lot of fresh fruit and vegetables, honey, juices, baked goods, breads and cheeses.
Written 25 June 2021
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Eli R
Auckland Central, New Zealand4 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
The market is very nice, full of varieties of food, fruits, vegetables and some other stuff.
It is worth a visit if you want to grab something for your breakfast or if you want to buy some fruits and vegies.
My impression is that prices are quite high.
Written 8 January 2024
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penanghill
Melbourne, Australia505 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
On our second winter trip to the Sunshine Coast from Melbourne we wanted to find some local markets to enjoy.

This market was the only one we managed to attend on our trip. It is located in the beautiful bushland surroundings of the Noosa AFL ground. We enjoyed watching the kids playing a game of AFL on the ground, with the Noosa Tigers performing strongly against their opponents.

This market definitely is 5 star. It is a real, authentic, busy and exciting market. It is representative of the best of the local area. A good sign was that we kept shopping till we had spent all our money! The market was ideal for our stay, as we were having a self catering holiday in an apartment. This meant that the market provided us with delicious food for a very healthy holiday.

Here's a sample of what we purchased (and we did do some sampling too!):

1. bread (get in early, because the bread makers may sell out)

2. cheese (swiss, buffalo)

3. fruits: strawberries, custard apple (beware some of the fruit sellers are over priced)

3. muesli (roasted)

4. frozen mango for the kids to enjoy

5. lots of vegetables

6. nuts
Written 16 July 2007
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Tracy W
Blenheim, New Zealand418 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Excellent market - fresh turmeric - wow, meats, fruits and a fabulous food court area french patisserie, it goes on and on. This is a beautiful market. Only off bit was the parking - big signs saying it was free but a nasty chap demanding donations once you are well inside the grounds .... now would have been fine if they had a sign up saying it was donations required but to berate my husband because he had let me out 20 minutes before hand with both our wallets and therefore couldn't make a payment is absolutely not on .... once my husband found me in the market we decided to leave - left a decided nasty feeling for both of us. Shame
Written 23 June 2014
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Anna/vagabondfamiljen.se
Stockholm, Sweden143 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Family
The Farners Market in Noosa is really worth a visit! Its crowded so it can be tricky to get a parking space!
There is a hugh amount of food stalls and locally produced. We loved it!
Written 8 May 2018
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B33nth3r3d0n3that
Brisbane, Australia141 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Family
When I first started going there it was all about fresh spray free/ organic produce and you bought it from the farmer or as direct as possible. There were a few and i say very few stalls selling ready made food. Now it seems to have become 'trendy' and as with everything in noosa that becomes 'the place to be or the place to say you have been' all the foodies go there to eat! So this means it takes longer to get it and park, even longer to wade your way through the masses to actually buy produce, and then a stagnant queue on the way out as weyba road is now fully congested and blocked, with a now added useless lollipop man who causes even more delays and kaos. Sorry but we used to custom every week there to support the local community and perhaps take something home to enjoy for lunch, but now we avoid it all costs and have taken our business elsewhere. Since when is a 'farmer market' a 'food stand eatery'. Sorry you used to be good before you became 'hip'.
Written 11 September 2016
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Geoff W
Adelaide, Australia5 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Couples
Peter Ansell's Sixty 60 is lamb sous vide - cooked at 60^ for 60 hours - so tender! It is a wonderful meal with a difference for those unaware of sous vide but even if you are, Peter's experience as a chef is behind his sauce & is what makes it, and his enthusiasm for his product is what sold it. We're from SA, the state of good food and do our own sous vide but can't wait to get back to Noosa's Farmers Market for more
Written 9 April 2016
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CatWoman_&_BoyWonder
Melbourne, Australia361 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2011
The Noosa Farmers Market is a colourful and eclectic food market. There is a good variety of produce and we especially enjoyed the offerings from Spanner Crabs Seafood, including frozen reef prawns, wild barramundi and gravadlax. Another favourite was the Gympie Farm Cheeses made by a family from France. We recommend their chevre & the mature brie for complex flavours.

On offer are also smoked meats and small goods, berries and preserves, bush foods, bread, cakes and French pastries, plus a broad selection of fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices, eggs, chicken and wagyu beef.

In spite of the name, it's not strictly a farmers market, as it is not regulated unlike those in other Australian states. So, many of the stalls there are not producer direct and on asking, we were surprised to find much of the food we looked at came from interstate, including Melbourne, where we also come from. We'd advise Slow Food supporters or those interested in shopping for produce with low food miles, to ask stallholders about the provenance of their goods before you buy.

In addition to produce there is a good spread of food to eat on the spot such as Japanese ramen, Cornish pasties & Eccles Cakes, pies, Turkish breads, traditional cooked breakfasts, mango juice and macadamia products, satay, pancakes, coffee etc. Tables in the shade are provided for those eating. You'll also find other non typical farmers market goods such as books and cosmetics.

Over all it's a pleasant way to spend a morning and you can then move on to other local Sunday markets featuring, clothes, jewelry, toys and homewares. And be sure to make a gold coin donation at the entrance of the Noosa Farmers Market to support the tireless efforts of the SES - local emergency service volunteers.
Written 11 April 2011
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