Our Westfield takeover continues at Garden City shopping centre this weekend! We’re moving into Mt Gravatt’s retail & lifestyle hub over three exciting days this weekend! Find us on level 1 outside H&M with over 35 of your favourite small businesses from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st of July. Put a local twist on your weekend shopping spree and explore a range of unique handmade products from Brisbane’s best makers.
Plan ahead of the unpredictable weather and enjoy the warmth inside the Westfield Garden City shopping centre. Enjoy a more relaxed shopping experience in our creative laneway, with aesthetic wooden stall displays set against water features and accompanied by live music. We’re even perfectly positioned to take advantage of the centre’s cafés and eateries for a midday pick-me-up.
We’re obsessed with this weekend’s line-up, with 35+ stalls moving into Westfield Garden City over three incredible days. Discover our local community of makers, and choose from a range of homewares, clothes, accessories and more. Add some colour and cosiness to your home through the cooler months, and treat yourself to some warming winter self-care essentials.
Shop small at the mall
Love to browse online first? Click each stall below to be taken directly to their Instagram – 30+ incredible local businesses over three fun-filled days:
Rather Colourful *
Mint Kiss Fine Jewellery *
Kira Kiras *
Sunkissed Sky Design *
Cheeky Little Monkeys Jewellery (Friday)
G Designs Jewellery (Friday)
WILD Bowerbird (Friday)
A Stitch of Hope (Friday, Saturday)
Neon Elk (Saturday, Sunday)
Ripple & Co (Saturday, Sunday)
James & Mae (Sunday)
Need a pick-me-up before you explore our Westfield wonderland? Our Garden City market has more to offer than ever before, with a huge range of cafés and eateries to get your mouth watering. Satisfy your coffee cravings from your choice of cafés including Soul Origin, Foster & Black and Shingle Inn. Meet your brunch or lunch needs with seasonal sensations from your favourite eateries, whether you’re in the mood for take-away or a sit-down delight.
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon shop with two young local talents adding their voices to the Garden City pop-up.
Tayla-Lee is a Queensland-based singer-songwriter who you may recognise from her tours of venues and festivals along the east coast. Inspired by classic rock and pop styles, her soulful vocals and harmonies pair perfectly with her raw lyrics. Catch her at Garden City on Friday afternoon!
If you’ve attended our South City Square markets, you might remember the incredible sounds of 17-year-old singer-songwriter Georgia Scarlett. A rising star on the music scene, Georgia is a Brisbane-based teenager whose talents include singing, guitar and piano. Her folksy style showcases her amazing voice and creates a relaxing atmosphere. You can find her at Garden City on Saturday and Sunday from 2pm!
Friday 29th July 9am-5pm
Saturday 30th July 9am-5pm
Sunday 31st July 10am-5pm
Address: Level 1, Westfield Garden City, outside H&M
Cnr Kessels Rd & Logan Rd, Upper Mount Gravatt, 4122
Our boutique market pop-up is located on the ground floor (level 1) of Westfield Garden City, outside H&M. There is nearby lift access and direct escalator access from the basement carpark and upper levels.
The Westfield Garden City bus interchange is located on the McGregor St side of the shopping centre, via the exit near David Jones. Nearby train stations are accessible by busway connections. Visit www.translink.com.au to play your journey.
Secure Parking is free up to 3 hours at Westfield Garden City. Best parking is in the green car park, accessible via Link St.
Westfield Garden City Markets is a free all ages, family-friendly event! All are welcome.
For more details visit www.themarketfolk.com.au
We’ll see you there! #themarketfolk
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The Market Folk would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land in which our events take place on - The Turrbal and Yugara people. On behalf of our community of small businesses we want to pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.
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