Caloundra Country & Farmers Market, 17 Buderim Street, Currimundi, every Sunday, 6am to noon: Stock up on fruit, veg, honey and eggs, then head undercover for coins, collectables, books and handcrafts.

Caloundra Street Fair, Bulcock Street, Caloundra, every Sunday, 8am to 1pm: Enjoy breakfast or a juice before picking up some fresh flowers, handmade products and local art from this huge market.

Cotton Tree Markets, King Street, Cotton Tree, every Sunday, 7am to noon: Support local artisans, grab a coffee, then go for a stroll by the river.

Eumundi Markets,76 Memorial Drive, Eumundi, every Saturday, 8am to 2pm; Wednesday 8.30am to 1pm: This is the granddaddy of all markets with arts, crafts, fashion, health and beauty, homewares, food, music and, of course, fresh produce.

Fishermans Road Sunday Markets, Fishermans Road, Maroochydore, every Sunday, 6am to noon: Get all your green groceries done before picking up some plants, grabbing a secondhand book and hunting through the bric-a-brac stalls.

Havana Nights Markets, 220 The Avenue, Peregian Springs, fourth Saturday of the month, from 4pm: Gather the family and head here for an early dinner and entertainment in a relaxed atmosphere.

Hinterland Harvest Market, 7/9 Kiel Mountain Road, Woombye, every Saturday from 7am: Support hinterland farmers at this market that offers fabulously fresh fruit, veg and local produce.

Kawana Waters Farmers’ Market, Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina, every Saturday, 7am to noon: Kawana offers a relaxed vibe with food stores and produce plus skincare, cheeses, breads, olives and seafood.

Maleny Sunday Market, RSL, Bunya Street, Maleny, every Sunday, 8am to 2pm: Stock up on candles, crystals, books, collectables, antiques and more, before indulging in a massage.

Marcoola Market, 10 Lorraine Avenue, Marcoola, every Friday evening 4pm to 8pm: Grab a bite to eat, listen to the music and bask in the seaside serenity.

Mooloolaba Collective Markets, 15 Meta Street, Mooloolaba, fourth Sunday of the month: These markets were set up for designers and creatives to show off their goods and services. Find fashion, jewellery, photography, food and coffee.

Nights On Ocean, Ocean Street, Maroochydore, second Friday of the month from 5pm: Organisers describe this as an evening of art, cuisine, craft and culture. Join the crowds to see what all the fuss is about.

Noosa Farmers’ Market, AFL Grounds, Weyba Road, Noosaville, every Sunday, 7am to noon: Noosa’s famous market is a food-lovers’ paradise with fruit, veg, nuts, cheeses, bread, seafood, flowers and more.

Noosa Junction Twilight Markets, Arcadia Street, Noosa Heads, third Friday of the month, from 5pm: Your Friday night is sorted with street food, stalls and live music. There’s also a bar with happy hour prices all night.

Peregian Beach Markets, Kingfisher Park, Peregian Beach, first and third Sunday of the month from 7am to 12.30pm: Find lots of craft, upcycled and recycled goods and handmade gifts and goodies.

Sunshine Coast Collective Markets Coolum State Primary School, School Road, Coolum Beach, fourth Sunday of the month: These markets bring together musicians, artists, foodies, creators and vintage wares.

Timari Village Marketplace, 14 Timari Street, Pacific Paradise, every Friday, 4pm to 8pm: Head along to this recently launched market for music and a great selection of the Coast’s best food stalls.

Yandina Markets, North Street, Yandina, every Saturday, 7am to noon: A gardener’s paradise, Yandina’s markets are just brimming with plants and produce. You can also find lots of pre-loved treasures here.

Witta Market, 316 Witta Road, Maleny, third Saturday of the month, 7am to noon: Head to Witta for organic meats, seedlings and plants, olive oil, jams, preserves and beauty products.