Jan Power's Farmers Market (Manly Harbour Village Farmers Markets Brisbane)
Jan Powers Farmers Markets on the waterfront at Manly Harbour Village, just out side of Brisbane City are on the first and third Saturday of every month. If your are looking for fresh food and want to enjoy it with a beautiful Bay backdrop, then our Brisbane Markets in Manly are perfect!
Located within the lush green beauty of Little Bayside park, right on the water adjacent to the Manly Habour… It’s a can’t miss market with not only beautiful farm fresh fruit and veg, seafood, meats, cakes, breads , olives, spices, oils, honey, curry powders, delicious smoothies, French delicacies and of course coffee!
The Manly Farmers Markets in Brisbane is a vibrant mini-village selling all the usual seasonal farm fresh produce that everyone has know to love about the Jan Powers Farmers Markets. Tempt your taste buds with a delicious smoothie or a French delicacy, hot coffee. The Manly markets are a feast to cover all your senses.
All of our stall holders are keen to share their knowledge on how to best look after, prepare, cook and present their products. So bring the family, friends and enjoy a beautiful morning by the bay. Dogs are allowed at all our Markets, except the City (Guide dogs welcome).
WHEN: 1st and 3rd Saturday every Month.
TIME: 6AM – 12PM (Noon)
WHERE: Royal Esplanade, Manly, Between Cambridge & Cardigan Parades
About Jan Power:
Jan Power is the original owner and operator of the Jan Power’s Farmers Markets (registered name). She has a trained background in medicine, theatre and food.
Grew up on a farm in Stanthorpe, schooled in Brisbane, trained as a cook in London, created and worked in her own Restaurant and catering company in Paddington.
Jan was the food editor of the Courier Mail and appeared on TV for many years and is still on ABC Radio. A consultant to the food industry on products, presentation and marketing, she is also a sought after humourous speaker on the national circuit.
She visits markets all over the world, and loves them so much that she began her own in Queensland in 1998.
Who should attend:
The market is suited for all ages.
How to get there:
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