Eudlo School & Village Markets

Eudlo School & Village Markets

Eudlo School & Village Markets are run quarterly on the second Sunday of March, June, September and December each year and are co-ordinated by the Eudlo State School Parents and Citizens Association.

Eudlo is a unique town set within the foothills of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, and historically was built around the timber mill industry. The markets are a space for local growers and artists from the Sunshine Coast to showcase their produces and creations.

Eudlo State school will be showcasing produce from their Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden (SAKG) Program in addition to a selection of hand-picked local producers such as Big Red Hen, local artists, creatives and healers who will be showcasing produce and plants, art, handmade wares, vintage and retro items.

You will find freshly baked artisan bread, donuts, wontons, falafels, handmade salami, all-natural health products, spices and even a section that takes care of your much-loved pets.

With a mixture of stalls, music and activities for all ages, it is a beautiful opportunity to enjoy a morning out with family and friends.

A outdoor community yoga class (by donation) will start at 8:30 am, so bring along your mat; and stay after to enjoy live music while you sip your morning coffee or chai and enjoy breakfast on your picnic rug.

Eudlo in one of the few Sunshine Coast townships that is blessed with direct train connection with Brisbane, so you can enjoy a relaxing full day out by catching the 8:35am or 10:05am train from Brisbane central station to Eudlo township on market day. If you are a local, you can enjoy the train from Landsborough, Beerwah or Nambour.

COST – Free
WHO – Family Friendly Event (well-behaved pets on leads are welcome)

Reserve your spot and secure an entry into the lucky door price which will be drawn at midday each market.

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