The Markets have reopened!
Starting from Sunday, 14th June.
Great news! The markets are back with some changes. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions certain stalls will not be able to trade until further restrictions are lifted.
Most stalls that were located in the sheds have had to be moved so we can keep to social distancing, if looking for certain stalls please ask at our market office. Please be mindful some stalls may not be trading as the stallholder may fall under the vunerable person category.
Please continue to maintain social distancing whilst at our markets. You will also notice there are hand sanitising stations around the grounds also for your convenience – please wash your hands regularly. It is also important to note that our toilet facilities and EFTPOS machines will be be cleaned regularly during the market opening hours.
Thank you to all our customers for your support. Please watch our website and facebook page for updates.
We look forward to seeing you back at the markets!
Caboolture Country Markets is one of the South East’s longest established markets with over 300 stalls selling everything from:
Fresh Produce & Herbs
Plants & Seedlings
Animals & Pet Accessories
Hair Dresser & Massage
Fashion, Hats & Jewellery
Collectibles & Treasure
Jumping Castles & Laughing Clowns
Plus over 25 foodies to enjoy offering freshly grinded coffee, bacon and eggs, international cuisine,
mini pancakes, and more! There is a delicious brunch to suit everyone!
Come see and do!
At Caboolture Country Markets, we have just about anything you might ever need, every Sunday.
Here are some of the things to see and do while visiting:
We’ve partnered with GOOD MARKETS
to showcase the wide variety of stalls trading
every Sunday at the Caboolture Country Markets
Each week many casual stallholders join the markets ensuring there is always something new!
View the growing list of regular stall holders here.
For casual stall holders
Casual stall holder don’t need to book, just come along on any Sunday and enter via gate 3 on Beerburrum Road by 4.45am.
Follow the signs and you will come to a lineup of cars. At approximately 5.00am you will be directed into the market area and to a site. (You cannot pick your own site).
Sites are all 6 metres wide and the depth varies. Average depth is about 6 metres. Site cost is $25 plus $5 for power if you need it. You are required to provide your own tables, gazebos etc.
Only one vehicle is permitted per site and must keep that vehicle within your site. Once on a site you cannot drive in the market area for any reason until the market is over and gates are opened. If there is an emergency, please call the market office on 5495 2030.
You cannot sell food or drinks to be consumed at the markets.
After you have attended 3 markets as a casual stall holder, you can visit the office and apply for a permanent site (waitlist).
For more information, contact the market office on 5495 2030.
For regular stall holders
Regular stall holders are required to complete an information form once every year. See office to collect your form.
To receive a permanent site allocation or need more information, contact the Market Manager on 0402 991 396.
Thinking about selling at the Caboolture Country Markets?
Here is what you should know about before setting up.
Selling your preloved furniture, appliances or tools? Just want to try out the markets and see how you go?
No worries, you are not required to make a booking for a site in advance, just make sure you are in the queue (enter from gate 3 on Beerburrum Road) before 4:45am. At 5:00am you will then be allocated a site. If you need more than one site, make sure that you alert the market co-ordinator or assistant as you are coming in.
Regular stallholders enjoy the benefit of being able to stay on the same site every Sunday and not having to queue. If you are planning on selling week in and week out, becoming a regular stallholder is the best way to go. You can apply once you have visited 3 times as a casual stallholder.
What are the fees and costs?
The site fee is $25 per site for both casual and regular stallholders. If you require power, it will cost an additional $5 per 10 amp power socket used and $10 per 15 amp power socket used.
From 7am, market volunteers will go around to collect the fees for the site and power (if used) and you will be given a receipt.
What to and not to sell?
You are welcome to sell anything as long as it is not illegal, dangerous or offensive. No food or drink intended for consumption on site may be sold without permission from management.
What to bring?
We do not loan or hire equipment to use. Make sure you bring along everything you will need for the day. It is recommended to bring a marquee or umbrella for shade, and a table or ground sheet for your goods.
How do I apply?
You will need to visit the office at the Rhonda Bell Office on market days, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. You can also call the office on 5495 2030 and following the prompts for the market office.
Got any tips?
If possible and convenient, place and display your goods on tables. Having a marquee or umbrella not only to shade yourself but visitors and they will be more likely to stop and look at your stall. Having great service and smile (especially as regular stallholder) helps improve the satisfaction of your customers and gaining regular customers. Also make sure that you have read and understood the market regulations and rules.
Regulations & Rules
A few things for stallholders to bear in mind when selling from a site at the Caboolture Country Markets.
Sale and display of dangerous, banned or illegal goods
There is to be no sale or give away of alcohol on the grounds. Prohibited noxious and restricted plants are not to be brought to the grounds for sale or gift. Pocket knives need to be displayed in a locked cabinet. The sale of firearms or ammunition is not permitted.
Movement of vehicles
The movement of vehicles is not allowed during the public market operating hours of 5:15am – 12:00pm . This is for the safety of the public visitors. Vehicles can only be moved in extreme circumstances by prior knowledge, approval and under the direction of the market management.
Use of power
If you require electricity on your site, you will be charged at the rate of $5.00 for each 10 amp socket and $10.00 for each 15 amp socket used. All power leads and electrical appliances must be tagged to comply with Workplace Health and Safety regulations.
Site allocation and setup
Your stall must be setup within the allocated site area. Sites are not to be resold by the stallholders and the usage of the site is managed by the market management only.
Sale of food and drink
Food stalls and vans are to operate and sell from designated sites. Food stall and van owners are required to obtain a licence from the Moreton Bay Regional Council to be able to operate. Food stalls sites are limited to an agreed number which has been determined by the market management and current operators. New food stalls and vans will only be accepted once a site becomes vacant and gains approval from the market committee. Preparation and cooking must be done inside the registered food van.
Animals & Accessories
Giftware, Craft & Fashion
Health & Wellbeing
Tools & Parts
Caboolture Country Markets
140 Beerburrum Road, Caboolture Qld 4510
P.O. Box 266, Caboolture Qld 4510
The Rhonda Bell Administration Centre
Phone: 0402 991 396
Email: Click to Email
This phone is monitored at the following times:
• Wednesday–Friday 9am to 3pm
• Sunday 4am to 2pm
If outside of these hours please send a text message or leave a message and Market Management will get back to you as soon as possible.
Show Society General Office
Trudy White – President
Michelle Goullet – Secretary
Mark Perkins – Grounds/Events Manager