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Eumundi Markets and Sunshine Coast Day Trip from Brisbane

  • 9-hour tour to Eumundi Markets and the Sunshine Coast Hinterland from Brisbane
  • Shop for crafts, clothing, food and more at the Eumundi Markets
  • See the surfers at Noosa Beach and ride a ferry along the Noosa River (if option chosen)
Eumundi Markets and Sunshine Coast Day Trip from Brisbane
From USD 69.39
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Eumundi & Hinterland
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Includes 3 hours free time at Eumundi Market, and Sunshine Coast Hinterland
From USD 69.39
Eumundi, Noosa & Hinterland
Includes 40 minutes at Eumundi Market, and free time in Noosa
From USD 79.62
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Travel from Brisbane to the Eumundi Markets and Sunshine Coast Hinterland for a full day that includes shopping and walks in picturesque towns and the rain forest. Australia's biggest arts and crafts market, Eumundi Markets features more than 600 local vendors selling all sorts of goods — a great place to find unusual treasures. Then head to the mountain town of Montville and nearby Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve. Upgrade to include a visit to Noosa, famous for its gorgeous beach, high-end shops and restaurants.
What to Expect
Choose from two variations of this full-day tour. Both tours start with morning pickup at the Jen Hotel in Brisbane for a 1.5-drive to the Eumundi Markets. Both also have a knowledgeable guide and travel in a climate-controlled minivan.

Depending on the tour that you select, have either 40 minutes or two hours at the Eumundi Markets, which features more than 600 vendors who sell their handcrafted toys, household items, one-of-a-kind jewelry, locally designed clothes and more. If you work up an appetite, choose from a range of tasty ready-to-eat dishes, fresh-baked breads, local cheeses, fresh salads, homemade chocolates, cakes and beverages.

After the market, embark on the next leg of your journey (options listed under Itinerary below). Throughout the day, your guide shares the history of the places you visit and tips on the best spots to check out.
Reviews (23)
1 - 5 of 10 reviews
Reviewed 17 October 2018 via mobile
Lin Tendell

Have just had the most amazing day visiting this wonderful craft market, such a vibrant place. Then onto Noosa for a river trip and wander around this beautiful place and a glorious walk along the beach. Onwards to Montville and the Glasshouse mountains. A truely...More

1  Thank linbren2004
Reviewed 15 September 2018
What a fantastic day! With QTours

Early start - 7.30. Female driver was amazing and so very knowledgeable right from the start giving us details and history of Brisbane. Eumundi markets were large and full of great gifts, foods and anything handmade. It was then off to the ferry for Noosa...More

Date of experience: September 2018
2  Thank Maureen O
Reviewed 15 August 2018
Excellent tour, thoroughly enjoyed our day with Frank

Had a wonderful day on this tour, absolutely worth doing. Frank thanks for a great day, your commentary was excellent. Tour 4 Emundi Markets Noosa & Sunshine coast Hinterland.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Colleen S
Reviewed 28 July 2018
Don`t let parking put you off

We have given this market the miss on previous trips because of the parking difficulties . But dont be put off , its not just your usual market ! there are great crafts people, fabrics and good music. Even better there is some cover from...More

Date of experience: July 2018
2  Thank MichelleH4369
Reviewed 8 July 2018
Wide rage of items

Wide range of items and food well worth the drive , parking easy if you go aound to the park entrance

Date of experience: February 2018
3  Thank justvisiting166
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Rhonda M
30 June 2018|
Response from clearyj2017 | Reviewed this property |
Minimum is 2 hours if you dont go to Noosa, we were there almost 3 hours