Wednesdays Will Find You Back at Brisbane City Markets in Reddacliff Palace!

Brisbane City Markets
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Do you want something new to do on hump day Wednesdays? Why don’t you check out Reddacliff Palace, where the regular Brisbane City Markets has come back in full swing for 2022!

Brisbane City Markets, Brisbane’s premium foodie haven and produce paradise, will open every Wednesday beginning 9 Feb 2022 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. This market brings the best street eats around Brisbane, Queensland’s freshest farm produce, artisan provisions, trawler-direct seafood, fresh-cut flowers, handcrafted homewares, and so much more wonderful finds from providers and crafters in the region.

Some of the stalls featured at this regular market include This Little Light Creation, a maker of soy wax candles, beeswax candles, and diffusers. This Little Light Creation is from a young entrepreneur, Mea, who restarted making candles during the lockdowns to help with her mental health. She turned her passion into a business.

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Brat Haus, proud to be Australia’s biggest and best Bratwurst wholesaler and retailer, will also be at the Brisbane City Markets. 

“We’re famous for those big bratwursts at the markets, festivals and footy games but the big fun doesn’t have to end there! You can cook up Queensland’s best bratwursts at home! Perfect for when you want a quick and tasty snag or add use them in a favourite dish for something a bit extra!” 

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For lovers of paellas and tapas, don’t forget to check out the stall of the Spanish Paellaman.  With chefs from Valencia, the food at this stall offers the best flavours of traditional Spanish cuisine. They also cater to private parties and corporate events for up to 200 people. 

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Meanwhile, about 85 new and returning stall owners are going to be at the OG inner city markets. The Brisbane City Markets in Reddacliff Place is a favourite for city workers, local residents and tourists alike. Follow the Facebook page for updates. 

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