Eat Street Markets

Eat Street Markets

In November 2013, Northshore Hamilton welcomed Brisbane's newest and only shipping container-based market, Eat Street Markets. These markets recreate the bustle and aromatic flavours of a South-East Asian night market and are already proving very popular with Brisbane locals.

It is a colourful dining destination and experience with more than 50 shipping containers specially reconfigured as mini-restaurants, bars, galleries and produce stores. A variety of international dishes created by an invitation-only selection of local chefs, complemented with boutique craft beers, cocktails and fine wine are prepared on-site from the 'street' of shipping container kitchens.

There is plenty to do and see at Eat Street Markets. Queensland artists and designers are also part of the markets in a gallery of containers and tents alongside Eat Street. To add even more to the exuberant vibe there is a performance stage showcasing local musical talent, plus an area to sit back, enjoy the enterainment and soak up the vibrant atmosphere of Eat Street Markets.

When

Fridays and Saturdays from 4pm to 10pm

Sundays from 11am to 7pm (Sunday winter trading commencing from 18 May)

Getting there and parking

Eat Street Markets is designed for people to pop in for a quick bite, takeaway or as a cool meeting place for friends.

Take the hassle out of getting there by using public transport. Eat Street Markets is just a short walk from bus stops near Brett's Wharf/Racecourse Rd, and Brett's Wharf CityCat terminal, making it easy for diners.

For those families driving to Eat Street, the map below which shows you the quickest way in and out of Northshore to the dedicated Eat Street Markets parking. Just turn off Kingsford Smith Drive into Theodore Street which will take you to the Eat Street Markets car park off MacArthur Avenue. The car park has over 500 car spaces, as there is also off-street parking for an additional 100 cars.

You can also visit www.eatstreetmarkets.com for more information and a travel guide for getting there by car, bus or ferry.  Or 'like' the Eat Street Markets Facebook page for regular updates and announcements.

Want to be involved in Eat Street Markets?

The organisers of Eat Street Markets are responsible for the management of the markets, including stallholders and entertainers. If you are interested in participating in Eat Street Markets please contact info@eatstreetmarkets.com.au.