Northey Street Sunday Organic Farmers Market

Brisbane's Only Organic Farmers Market! Open Sundays 6am-11am.

Shopping at the Market guarantees that:

– your money is going directly to an organic farmer or small ethical business,
– the Farm can offer broader permaculture education, and 
– you receive the freshest produce in Brisbane!

Certified Organic fresh local produce including:

Fruit and Vegetables
Freshly baked breads, pastries and donuts
Honey and preserves
Local meats
Sustainable Seafood
Spring Water
Raw and organic goodies
Pulses and grains
Cheese, milk, and other dairy
Delicious brunch meals
Organic coffee
Chocolate

Stalls also include a range of ethically produced clothing, gifts and homewares.

Support our community, to support the earth and your good health.  See you Sunday!

Frequently Asked Questions

Every Sunday from 6am at Northey Street City Farm, Windsor, Brisbane.

Most farmers start to leave at 11am, but the City Farm nursery is open until 12.30pm.

There are a wide variety of organic fruits, veg, microgreens, grains and seeds, herbs and spices, meat, seafood, dairy, bread, milk, cheese, eggs, honey, pantry items, vegan food, ethical gifts, health and well-being services, kids activities, the City Farm Nursery, coffee, tea, juice, green smoothies, kombucha and Chai or Iced Matcha with your scrummy organic breakfast.

  • Ethical Gifts
  • Bees wax candles, Essential Oils,
  • Healing Masssages
  • Beauty Therapy including eyebrow threading
  • DIY Hampers (Not available during January 2021)
  • Vegan Breakfasts and Cakes to order
  • Nuts, Seeds, Muesli,
  • Earth Arts, Flowers, Tote bags
  • Biscuits, Chocolate, Specialty Food
  • Micro Greens, Raw Milk, Hemp Milk, Hemp Beauty Products
  • Organic Pies
  • Organic Groceries
  • Hand made Jewellery
  • Filtered Water
  • Toilet Paper
  • Olive Oil
  • Games, Second Hand Clothes
  • Buskers
  • Good Vibes

For those using public transport the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital bus station and Windsor Train Station are within walking distance to the Market.

There are plenty of spaces to lock your pushbike. There is also on-street parking and multiple car parks available. Please note than Netball carnivals in the area can disrupt parking on occasion.

For more information about public transport options, please visit www.translink.com.au

On-street parking is available in the vicinity of the market, but please observe signage and time restrictions. Parking inspectors patrol the area on market days.

Time-restricted parking is available in the Windsor Sport and Community Park Carpark with access via Northey Street.

Limited parking is available in the NSCF Carpark with access via Edgar Street and Allom Street. Please leave this area for those who need it most – such as people who are pregnant or people with restricted mobility.

Designated parking for people with a Disability Parking Permit is available in the NSCF Carpark immediately to the west of the main market area. Access is via Edgar Street or Allom Street.

If you think you would fit into our market please fill out the application form here.

Produce sold at Northey Street Organic Market is required to be certified organic or be ‘in conversion’ to certified organic.

We recognise certification from the following organic bodies:

For more information on the market please see our terms and conditions.

“In order to guarantee that products are organic, they need to be certified. Organic certification involves auditing an operation’s methods to ensure that they comply with the guidelines of organic production.
 
Standards setting follows a highly transparent process with the industry’s key stakeholders providing input via approx. a dozen Australian Organic Advisory Groups. These standards are upheld by rigorous auditing of operations and a third party report reviewing process.”
 
Taken from the Australian Certified Organic website. Thank you.

The Market itself is not certified, but we would like to pursue this option in the future.

All stall holders accept cash and many vendors now accept credit cards.

We have an ATM machine in the southwest corner of the Market – close to GreenAg Turkey, Mineral Water Direct, and Moorhead & Rutter Bananas.

No, we try really hard to operate every Sunday of the year no matter what the weather is.

Unfortunately Northey St City Farm can flood, but unless we are under water we will be open!

For the welfare of everyone we suggest that dogs are left at home. Please help make our Market a place where everyone can relax and enjoy their Sunday.

Brisbane City Council, the owner of the Market venue, provides conditions for dogs in public spaces.

Your responsibilities as a dog owner are to:

  • walk your dog on a lead when in a public place
  • keep your dog quiet
  • prevent your dog attacking or frightening people or animals
  • pick up after your dog when it is in a public place” Ref: Brisbane government

Queensland Department of Health provides guidelines for food stalls:

  • A food business must not permit live animals… in areas in which food is handled or served
  • It is the choice of the food business as to whether or not they permit a dog that is not an assistance animal, to be present in an outdoor dining area.
  • A food business may exclude a dog… for any reason.
  • Control of a customer’s dog must be maintained at all times while dining at the food premises.

We welcome buskers to play in our market without notifying us.

Please read the busking guidelines beforehand.

Northey Street Organic Market is constantly striving to improve consumer habits and our Waste Management Plan has been developed to help avoid or reduce waste, reuse where possible and recycle. General waste and recycling bins are currently supplied for customers during the Market.

You can help by bringing shopping bags, reusable cups, cutlery, reusing produce packaging, refusing plastics and one-use packaging, and by using the right bin (general waste or recycling).

We have several activities within the farm for children. We have the wonderful volunteer Bob Mud who runs an Earth Arts stall, teaching children how to make mud creations and how to appreciate the earth.

We also have a swing set and lots of toys for the kids to play with.

Find Us

Click here for more information on how to get to the Markets.

Covid-19 Update

COVID restrictions continue to ease, and we no longer need a COVID Safe Plan or COVID Safe Checklist for any of our operations. COVID-19 is now considered a WH&S issue, and we have developed a Work Health and Safety Plan for COVID-19 to manage the ongoing risk of operating through a pandemic.

We will continue to respond to ​the Queensland Government’s guidelines and public health directives. Thanks for you continued support during this period. Your efforts help keep Northey Street City Farm and 60+ local businesses in operation. Stay safe. 

Yoga Information

Yoga at the markets is currently on hold until further notice.  In the meantime, for more information about the yoga please contact our instructor on 0466 664 520 or at ecolust.yoga@gmail.com.

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