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Great to experience the weekly local town market.
Lots of beautiful fresh fruit & vegetables, flowers and plants. Coffee. Hand made crafts, baked goods, jams etc and some 2nd hand knick knacks
Our family highlights
> crepes with Nutella and fresh strawberries
> homemade vanilla...More
Located under some huge trees over 100 years old full of ferns, orchids and other, this is a small local gathering. The fruit and veggies looked very good and showed a lot of tender loving care. The people behind the booths were friendly and loved...More
This wasn’t a farmers market - anyone who says this has never met a farmer or been to an actual farmers market.
Tropical Queensland and I could barely find tropical fruit, mostly bruised pawpaw. I mean you’re “farming” this? REALLY?! Fairly sure this grows in...More
We unfortunately arrived late when things were being packed up. However what I saw was a good market with more interesting things to explore than the more commercial markets such as the one at the back of Noosa. Good fruit and veggies and a bit...More
This is a small market in a pretty location. There were several excellent fruit and vegetable stalls as well as stalls selling alternative therapies. One lady was selling very attractive screen printed tea towels and bags. Our grandchildren enjoyed the fresh coconut drinks. The market...More
On our way to Daintree, we happened upon Mossman's saturday market. It was a cute little farmer's market with everything from tropical fruits to crushed pineapple drinks and pineapple ice cream to didgeridoo player to handmade screen-printed tea towels. Everyone was very friendly and made...More
Although much smaller than the nearby Port Douglas Markets, Mossman markets still offers an interesting array of local produce and unusual tropical fruits. However like the PD markets prices are rather high. There is also a good range of second hand products available in the...More
Disappointed by the Mossman Saturday Market. Recommended by a Port Douglas local, we were hoping to find enough fresh fruit and veg to fill our fridge. Unfortunately very overpriced fruit and barely any veg except garlic and onions. Friendly stall-holders but many half empty stalls...More