Goodwill Projects Sweeps Event Management Category at Business Awards

Goodwill Projects, the organisation behind popular local markets like the Milton Markets, has been honoured with a prestigious award recognising their excellence in event management. 


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At the 2024 Australian Small Business Champion Awards, Goodwill Projects took home the top prize in the Event Management category.

The Australian Small Business Champion Awards celebrate the vital role that small businesses play in driving the nation’s economy and enriching local communities. 

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With over 2.5 million small businesses operating across Australia, comprising a staggering 95 percent of the country’s economy, these awards showcase the outstanding achievements of the entrepreneurs and companies at the heart of this vibrant sector.

Mark Power, Event Coordinator at Goodwill Projects, expressed immense pride in receiving this distinguished accolade.

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“We are honoured to be recognised as the winner in the Event Management category at the 2024 Australian Small Business Champion Awards.”

 “This achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and vendors, who consistently strive to deliver exceptional events that leave a lasting impression.”

Since being established in 2006, Goodwill Projects has been at the forefront of organising and hosting some of Brisbane’s most beloved community markets, from electrifying live music festivals to culinary extravaganzas like the Food and Wine Festivals.

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Notable highlights include the beloved Teneriffe Festival, the exhilarating Redcliffe Night Fever, the spooky Redcliffe Festival of Frights, and the mouthwatering Kilcoy BBQ & Beer Street Festival, where visitors can indulge in smoky delights and frosty brews. Their expertise even extends to the delightful Barktoberfest, a celebration of our four-legged companions. 

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These vibrant events have become a staple in the city’s cultural fabric, offering locals and visitors alike a unique opportunity to explore a diverse array of artisanal goods, gourmet delicacies, and live entertainment.

The Milton Markets, in particular, have garnered a loyal following, attracting thousands of visitors every weekend who flock to the bustling stalls to discover handcrafted treasures, savour delectable street food, and soak in the lively atmosphere. The market’s success is a testament to Goodwill Projects’ meticulous planning, seamless execution, and commitment to creating unforgettable experiences for all who attend.


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As Goodwill Projects basks in the glow of this prestigious recognition, they remain steadfast in their mission to continue delivering exceptional events that bring joy, foster community connections, and showcase the very best that Brisbane’s vibrant small business landscape has to offer.

Published 24-April-2024

Milton by Moonlight: A Celestial Soiree on Cribb Street

Winter is coming! So, get toasty with gourmet street food, artisan provisions, live music, mulled wine and spiced rum at Milton by Moonlight! 



Let’s get cosy on Cribb Street on Saturday, June 3rd for a winter night market that will leave you starstruck. Milton Markets and Milton Rum Distillery have joined forces to curate an unparalleled gourmet street food extravaganza with over 140 unique stalls, coupled with live entertainment, artisan gifts, and a delicious selection of locally crafted beverages.

Prepare to embark on a journey that will ignite your taste buds and enchant your senses. This year, we’re also adding MULLED WINE into the mix, the ultimate winter comfort, perfectly complementing the magical ambience of the event.

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Be transported around the world by global eats, featuring taste sensations from renowned vendors like Hong Kong Dumpling House, Carlos Tacos, Teppanyaki Noodles By Yamatoumi, and It’s A Wing Thing. But it doesn’t end there—indulge your sweet cravings with delectable treats from Mama Mac’s Macaroons, fluffy OMG Decadent Donuts, and various other mouth-watering options.

Make your way to the special pop-up bar, where Milton Rum Distillery will showcase their locally distilled rums alongside a selection of mulled wines, and Stone & Wood wine, beer, and cider. Sip and savour these exceptional offerings as you bask in the moonlight. If you’re looking for non-alcoholic options to enjoy throughout the night, pop over to Groupset Coffee for a little extra buzz or refresh with an icy sangria mocktail by Resfresca.

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Explore a world of incredible artisan made products from makers like paper flowers by Forever in Flower, hand-crafted candles by Sicc Wiccs, and more.

To top it all off, be serenaded by the sweet sounds of local live music that will grace two twilight stages, creating an enchanting soundtrack for you to dance under the stars, or immerse yourself in the warm glow of festoon lighting and be captivated by mesmerising roving performers.



Published 31-May-2023

Milton by Moonlight: A Stellar Night of Gourmet Food and Live Music

Get ready for an extraordinary evening under the moonlight as Milton Markets and Milton Rum Distillery collaborate to present Milton By Moonlight—a gourmet street food extravaganza that will leave you starstruck.



On Saturday, 3 June 2023, from 4 pm to 10 pm, the corner of Cribb and Little Cribb Street will come alive with a stellar lineup of delicious food, live music, and local libations.

Prepare your taste buds for a global culinary adventure as you indulge in a wide array of mouthwatering delights. From the tantalising flavours of Hong Kong Dumpling House and Carlos Tacos to the savoury Teppanyaki Noodles By Yamatoumi and finger-licking wings from It’s A Wing Thing, there’s something to satisfy every palate. For those with a sweet tooth, Flossy the Sloth and Schultz’s Finest will offer delectable desserts.

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Quench your thirst with locally distilled rums from Milton Rum Distillery and enjoy a selection of wine, beer, and cider from Stone & Wood at the special pop-up bar. 

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As you sip on refreshing drinks, immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies of local live music performances on two twilight stages. The combination of delectable food, delightful drinks, and captivating tunes is bound to create an unforgettable evening.

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Wander through the event and explore over 140 specialty stalls, featuring artisan gifts and locally made products. The warm ambience, created by the gentle glow of festoon lighting, sets the perfect backdrop for an enchanting experience. Keep an eye out for mesmerising roving performers who will add an extra touch of magic to the night.

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Milton Markets is Inner West Brisbane’s premium food, farmers, and lifestyle market, open every Sunday from 6 am to 12 pm (7 am to 1 pm during winter). They also curate special pop-up events throughout the year. Goodwill Projects, a renowned market, events, and venues company in Queensland, is known for its flawless event planning and memorable experiences.

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Experience the magic of Milton By Moonlight—a celestial feast for the senses where food, music, and moonlight intertwine to create an evening you shouldn’t miss.

Entry to Milton By Moonlight is just $3, with parking available for only $2. So, mark your calendars and gather your loved ones for an evening that promises to light up your world. Don’t miss the opportunity to savour gourmet delights, immerse yourself in live music, and bask in the moonlit atmosphere.

 Published  11-May-2023

Beelieve Honey: Buzzworthy Gem at Milton Markets

From its humble beginnings in post-war Romania to Israel to Australia, where its presence at the bustling Milton Markets is making quite a buzz, Beelieve Honey has captivated generations of honey enthusiasts across different continents.


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Beelieve Honey’s story began in 1947, when the current owner’s grandfather in Romania discovered his passion for beekeeping. With unwavering commitment, the old man embarked on a journey of nurturing and harvesting honey. 

Sixteen years after he started his beekeeping adventure, driven by a quest for new beginnings, he and his family relocated to Israel, bringing along their treasured beekeeping traditions.

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Over four decades after that, the family decided to embark on yet another ambitious relocation, this time migrating to Australia in 2007. They settled in the idyllic Sunshine Coast, where they found fertile lands to cultivate their hives. 

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Whilst some of their hives remained in their newfound home, Beelieve Honey extended their presence to Woodford in Queensland, ensuring that the honey produced would embody the diverse flavours of the varied regions.

What sets them apart from the rest is their commitment to preserving the essence of pure, raw honey. Utilising a cold extraction process and employing gentle filtration methods, they ensure that every jar of honey retains its natural nutrients and flavours. 

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From their humble beginnings in Romania to their current standing as a beloved presence in various markets, Beelieve Honey has continually shared the sweetest of nature’s bounties with a loyal and appreciative audience. 

Apart from the Milton Markets, you can explore their diverse offerings at the West End Markets, the Saturday Fresh Market in Rocklea, and the Redcliffe Markets. 

About the Milton Markets

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The Milton Markets have become a popular weekend getaway where visitors can find farm-fresh products, delicious food, quality provisions, and a wide array of arts and crafts.


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They will host Milton By Moonlight, a pop-up market on 3 June 2023, from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. where over 140 specialty stalls will join. It will also feature gourmet street food, artisan provisions, live music and refreshing drinks. Follow Milton Markets on Facebook for more details.

Published 27-April-2023

Assessment Paused for Planned Dining Precinct Across Milton Markets

Assessment for the planned dining precinct across Milton Markets has been paused until the end of the year per the developer’s request.



Clare Cribb Pty Ltd through Urban Strategies Pty Ltd filed for notice to stop the current period for DA A005900846 in May 2022. The project was supposed to revitalise an industrial precinct into a food and drink outlet with shops and potential accommodation.  

In early March, severe weather and flooding battered Milton, prompting extended closures for many businesses and other services.

Currently, a warehouse and commercial carpark occupy one building, whilst the other buildings include a gym and a motor mechanic. If the project pushes through, parts of the building containing the gym will be demolished. The rest of the structure will be refurbished and extended. 

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The developers’ vision is to turn the block along 32-40 Cribb St, across the popular Milton Markets, into a “gastronomic precinct” that will have a “microbrewery, craft distillery, food hall (including a series of ‘micro-restaurants’), restaurant and rooftop bar, all situated around landscaped, terrace dining.”

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The site will also have a rooftop deck, garden terrace dining and private laneway. The design will be cohesive and integrated to co-exist with the neighbouring areas that include a residential development. 

The Cribb St has existing development approval from 2016 for a residential tower that has yet to start construction.



“The proposal will contribute to the mix of uses within the precinct, and by becoming a pedestrianised hospitality hub, will capitalise on the precincts’ transit opportunities,” the planners stated. 

Pressed for Time? A Christmas Pop-up at the Milton Markets Has Got You Covered

Milton Markets will have a Christmas Pop-up on the 23rd of December 2021 to help you with your last-minute Christmas stock up.



‘Tis that time of the year again and as Christmas draws near, many will find themselves stressed out over some last-minute shopping. No need to worry because Milton Markets has got you covered so you can enjoy some stress-free last minute Christmas shopping.

It’s going to be an early morning shopping you shouldn’t miss this coming Thursday 23 December at the corner of Cribb Street and Little Cribb Street. From 7am until 12 noon, you’ll have a few hours for your last-minute gifts at the Christmas Stock Up Market. 

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Check out your favourite farmers, artisans, and bakers that offer the freshest farm produce, seasonal produce, highest quality meats and seafood, and unique handmade gifts. 

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There won’t be a boring moment with dozens of stalls coming together along with live music entertainment and fun activities to bring you the best shopping experience this joyous season.

Christmas Pop-up at the Milton Markets is free to the public and there’s plenty of parking available too. So be sure to drop by for your final stock up for the holidays.

What:  Milton Markets Christmas Pop-Up

When: 23rd December

Time: 7am – 12pm

Where: Corner of Cribb Street and Little Cribb Street

Milton Markets | Corner of Cribb Street and Little Cribb St, Milton QLD 4064

Milton Markets Celebrates Blooming Spring with Seasonal Flavours: Twilight Edition

Say goodbye to winter and stick a flower in your hair as Milton Markets celebrates the blooming springtime with an assembly of gourmet food, a pop-up bar, live entertainment, and bespoke shopping finds! 



Over 150 vendors will be featured at Milton Markets’ Seasonal Flavours: Twilight Edition, which will be underway on Saturday, 11 Sept 2021, from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. After the cancellation of Christmas in July, this Twilights market will be springing back with more thrills and amusement for families. 

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Expect Cribb Street to overflow with hundreds of specialty stalls, makers, bakers, growers, and chefs to enjoy the start of warmer evenings and bring spring to life under the stars! 

Taste the flavours of the world as stalls like German Sausage Shack, Hong Kong Dumpling House,  Fire Up Woodfired Pizza and Hugh’s Korean Food will set up shop at the Twilights market. The pop-up bar is courtesy of Stone & Wood Brewery

Meanwhile, Milton Markets’ regular Sunday trading returns to its regular hours from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Known as Inner West Brisbane’s premier lifestyle market featuring South East Queensland’s best producers and creatives, Milton Markets is the perfect weekend outing for families. 

Follow Milton Markets Facebook page for regular updates on its activities.

Milton Markets Turns Festive with Christmas on Cribb

Shopping for Christmas gifts and goodies can be stressful. That’s why it’s always a relief to know that there are better alternatives to heading to malls packed with holiday shoppers.

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Milton Markets is once again bringing Christmas on Cribb on Thursday 21 December 2017, from 4:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.

Milton Markets will provide shoppers and visitors with a festive market that will have everything they need and want for Christmas.

Event Details

What: Christmas on Cribb
When: Thursday 21 December 2017
4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Where: Milton Markets
47 Cribb Street, Milton

Milton Markets open every Sunday, offering premium food, the freshest farm-direct produce, meats, gourmet food, arts and crafts and many more. It’s always a perfect weekend market for the whole family, filled with live music and fun activities for kids.

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Christmas on Cribb will be extra special as it will give everyone a festive venue to find unique holiday items, Christmas decorations and artisan gifts that are definitely one of a kind.

Market goers can get in the holiday mood with live entertainment throughout the summer afternoon until night time. There will be festive foods, fresh produce and delectable sweets. Kids can enjoy activities and entertainment made just for them.

Parking should not be a problem as there will be lots of parking spaces to be made available on the day.

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Milton Markets Brighten Up Sunday Mornings

Sunday mornings are best spent at the Milton Markets!

After its successful run as the Red Hill Farmers Markets, “inner west Brisbane’s premiere foodie market” has now been reborn as the Milton Markets, bringing farm-fresh goodness every Sunday morning, from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at the CDOP, Cribb Street, Milton.

This premium food, farmers and lifestyle market aims to showcase the best products and artisans that Queensland has to offer. Browsing through over 120 stalls will be a veritable feast for the senses. Fresh local seafood, premium meat products, deli lines, baked breads, artisan pastries, fresh eggs and traditional food -– the list seems delectably endless. Visitors to this weekly market will find a carefully curated selection of fresh produce growers, butchers, fishmongers, bakers, culinary artisans, juicers and baristas, alongside a thriving group of talented painters, designers, artists and musicians for that perfect Sunday morning experience that pleasantly combines a Sunday morning family brunch with your weekly shopping trip. The kids can join the various arts and crafts activities while the grown-ups hit the gourmet food stalls or the fashion, jewelry and gift stalls, for some awesome finds.

The Milton Markets now has ample parking facilities with its multi-story car park located just 10 metres from the entrance. There is easy access to public transport for those who wish to commute and improved facilities all throughout. Best of all, entrance is free!

The Milton Markets’ organisers are continuously on the lookout for interested stallholders with unique and interesting products, eager market workers, and fresh performing talent. Those who are interested in helping Milton Markets deliver the best farmer’s market experience may click here to apply.

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