Port Douglas Markets


The iconic, Port Douglas Markets were established almost 35 years ago and are famous for serving up a wide variety of hand-crafted goods, locally produced food and seasonal fresh produce. In 1998, Council decided that the famous Port Douglas Sunday Markets would be a “Cotters Market”, thereby ensuring that goods offered for sale were made by the stallholder.

Every Sunday from 8am – 1.30pm

Market Park, Port Douglas. Market Park adjoins ANZAC Park and is located on Wharf Street, overlooking the picturesque Dickson Inlet and the Daintree Rainforest.

Getting there
- A carpark is located adjacent to Market Park, although it can quickly fill up on busy days.
- Alternative parking can be found along suburban streets or at the Crystalbrook Marina, Port Douglas.
- Reflecting its natural surrounds, the market grounds are grassed and not equipped with paved pathways. The ground may be uneven in sections and assistance may be required.

Description credit: https://douglas.qld.gov.au/markets/communitymarkets/
Image credit: https://www.facebook.com/douglasshirecouncil

Wharf St, Port Douglas QLD 4877

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