Frequently Asked Questions
Please browse through our frequently asked questions to find answers to any of your questions relating to our website.
Are there facilities for people with different abilities?
Yes, the market is user friendly for people with different abilities. There are disabled toilets in all amenities as well as wheelchair access ramps.
Can I bring my dog or pet to the market?
No, food and hygiene regulations prevent us permitting animals in the market.
How can I find a particular stallholder or information on how I can contact them?
We suggest you browse our online stallholder listings where you may be able to find the information you are looking for. If the stallholder you are looking for is not included on our website, you could try www.iloveeumundimarkets.com
that includes other markets operating in town.
On market days, you are welcome to visit the Market Office to enquire about stallholder locations which vary from Wednesday to Saturday.
Outside market hours, please call the Market Office on 07 5442 7106 between 8am - 4pm Tuesday to Friday.
How far is Eumundi Market from Brisbane?
The market is approximately 90 minutes drive north of Brisbane along the Bruce Highway or Hwy 1, take the Eumundi Exit and drive into the town on Memorial Drive where you will run into the market in full operation. Take your time and enjoy the journey.
How far is Eumundi Market from Noosa?
The market is approximately 15 minutes drive west from Noosa Heads along the Noosa - Eumundi Road following the road signs to Eumundi.
Is there parking available at the market?
Yes there is paid parking ($4) available in the two ECCO carparks in Napier Road and limited on street parking which is regulated by the local council. During our busier holiday times, parking is of a premium so it is a good idea to time your visit to arrive early. Please see the map on the Locate Us
Is there public transport available to the market?
Yes, trains and buses service the market with varying timetables. You may also check with your local tourism or bus operators as many run regular tours of the market. Please see the 'Locate Us'
page for links to public transport timetables.
What do I do if I become separated from my children or require first aid?
We have staff available at the Market Office to assist you should you become separated from your children or require First Aid. Lost or distressed children are usually taken to the Market Office where our staff will care for them until they are reunited with their parents. It is important not to panic and immediately report or bring lost children to the office to commence the search process. Generally children or parents are found quickly enabling everyone to enjoy the market again.
The Market Office is located in the pink Canecutter’s Building in the centre of the Original Market adjacent to the Food, Fruit & Vege Section on Memorial Drive.
What if I lose something or find something in the Market?
We have a Lost and Found Section situated at the Eumundi Markets Office situated in the pink Canecutters Building situated in Fruit & Vege Section on Memorial Drive.
For information on lost and found outside market hours please call the Eumundi Markets Office on 07 5442 7106 between 8am - 4pm Tuesday to Friday.
When are the markets open for trading?
The markets are open every Wednesday from 8:00am - 1:30pm and every Saturday from 7.00am - 2:00pm every week of the year – rain or shine!
Who do I direct my feedback or share my experience of my visit to the market?
We welcome and would love to hear your feedback and comments in relation to our market. In our quest to be Australia's best sustainable market, we are constantly seeking ways of improving your experience of our wonderful market family.
Please send your comments via email to the Market Co-ordinator, email@example.com
or phone Ken on 07 54427106.
Why do stalls seem to move around or are not there when I visit?
The very nature of the market is dynamic and ever evolving. The Saturday and Wednesday markets are two different markets. Some stallholders attend the markets on both days and some just do Saturdays or Wednesdays. If you cannot find your favourite stall, ask at the Market Office in the pink Canecutters Building on Memorial Drive.