Port Douglas Markets are on every Sunday at Anzac Park from 8am to around 1pm and offer a delightful mix of local art, craft, souvenirs and fresh produce..
In 1998 the then Port Douglas Council decided that the Port Douglas Sunday Market would be a “Cotters Market”, thereby ensuring that goods offered for sale were made by the stallholder.Wander down the central shopping precinct at Macrossan Street and you will be amazed simply by the variety, quality and volume that will delight for hours of browsing or buying. The location is picturesque with the mountain ranges and Coral Sea in the background. Established almost 25 years ago, Port Douglas Sunday Markets provide locally produced food, fruit and veggies as well original arts and crafts, jewellery, pottery, tropical clothing, fruit and vegetables, glassware, books, homemade foods, unique Australian goods, souvenirs and more
The markets are a great place to find scores of interesting items. Locals come from all over the Far North to sell their products to inquisitive tourists and locals alike. Here you’ll find .
From the sprawling seaside Port Douglas markets every Sunday morning to specialty Port Douglas shopping boutiques, leisure retail stores and Port Douglas art galleries, shopping in Port Douglas will be hard to resist! Whether you’re searching for new swimwear, locally made and exclusive artwork, jewellery, designer clothing, or just a small souvenir.
Boutiques, souvenir shops and Indigenous arts and crafts abound side by side with designer labels. You’ll be entertained as well as intrigued by the goods on display at the local markets with a chance to go home with a souvenir bought direct from the maker.
If you want to venture further afield and have a keen interest on local produce, the Mossman Markets are the place to be. Located under the canopy of the awe-inspiring rain trees and next to the historic St. David’s Anglican church, here you will meet the locals who have been farming and living in this region for generations. Purchase giant exotic fruits, vegetables and lush herbs and spices – all grown with the help of the tropics. Here, the earlybird catches the worm, so make sure you get here before midday every Saturday.
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