Every Sunday over 300 market stalls line the Caboolture Showgrounds near Brisbane with a range of food, knick-knacks, handmade gifts, plants and art for your perusal.
You can eat and drink your way through different cuisines and cultures – there's sure to be something to delight your tastebuds – or you can pick your own fresh and local produce, poultry, meat and seafood to take home and whip up yourself.
Well-known for second-hand good and treasures, you might just find some art, spare parts, toys, books and jewellery among the hidden gems of the Caboolture Showgrounds. If you’ve bought the kids along, the pony rides, merry-go-rounds, jumping castles and other activities will keep them entertained while you find what you’re looking for.
Alternatively, you can purchase chickens, duck, turkeys and other poultry at the animal nursery or bring home a new pet such as a goldfish or a bird. Various other livestock vendors will also have a good range of stock available such as accessories, food and toys.
Markets are open 5:00 am – 11:30 am except from June to August when the hours are 6:00 am – 12 noon.
In June of each year, the Caboolture Showgrounds is transformed into a wonderland of family-fun entertainment and a world of food for the carnival-inspired Caboolture Show. Organised and held thanks to the wonderful team at the Caboolture Show Society since 1927, this 3-day event has long been a staple of the Caboolture community.
Offering locals and visitors to the Moreton Bay Region an opportunity to experience a weekend of family fun entertainment such as the classic Side Show Alley, Rodeo, Fireworks and Motorbike Stunt Show, you just can’t leave without a showground to remember your visit.
A fantastic family-orientated event celebrating creative minds, Aussie vehicles and all things country, the Caboolture Show encourages you to round up your family and bring your friends along too for a great day out in the Moreton Bay Region hinterland near Brisbane.
NOTE: sunday markets do not operate over the show weekend
Caboolture Showgrounds welcomes all caravans and camper trailers (no tent camping). This convenient location has proven popular for family of locals or tourists hoping to explore the Moreton Bay Region hinterland. Surrounding attractions include local restaurants, weekly Sunday market, a historical village and museums, as well as a short drive to Bribie Island for those who like surf, swim or fish.
Caravan and camping prices for the Caboolture Showgrounds are set by powered and unpowered rates. An unpowered site is $15 per night or $75 per week with no tents allowed. For a powered site, it is $25 per night or $150 per week.
Caboolture Regional Art Gallery is a modern exhibition space, featuring a diversity of exhibitions throughout the year.
Watch history come alive at the Abbey Museum Caboolture near Brisbane, you’ll step back in time through an anthropological porthole. DISCOVER TODAY!
Situated on 12 acres of land, north of Caboolture CBD, the Caboolture Historical Village is a wonderful collection of vintage objects and buildings that tell a riveting story about our past.
Located near the Caboolture train station in the Moreton Bay Region, Gather & Feast source local produce, whilst offering a wide variety of meal options including paleo and vegan. Cafe north Brisbane.
Bring your little one for a foray into the Animal Kingdom at White Ridge Farm, a Brisbane animal farm in Elimbah. From goats, sheep, ducks, and chickens to alpacas, a camel and even miniature horses and pigs – all the residents happily roam free across 20 acres of lush green lawns and paddocks.