Here are some of the Markets: Noosa Farmers Market (7am to noon Sundays)
Noosa Harbour Marine Village (8am to 2pm Sundays)
Peregian Beach Markets (1st ,3rd.5th Sundays)
Eumundi Markets (7.30 to 1.30pm Wed and Sunday)
Eumundi Pavilion Markets (6.30 to 1.30 Sat. 8am to 1.20pm Wed)
Yandina Plant and Produce (&am to noon Saturdays)
Maroochy Sunday Market (6.30am to noon)corner of Fishermans Road and David Low Way.
Mooloolaba Friday from 4pm at the Wharf (new)
Cotton Tree Street Markets (Sunday 7am to noon Sundays)
Caloundra Country Markets (7am to noon Sundays)
Caloundra Bulcock St. Markets(8am to to 1pm Sundays)
Beerwah Markets (7am to 11am First Sunday)
Landsborough Hall Markets (7am to noon Saturdays)
Big Pineapple (8am to noon Saturdays and Sundays (new))
Nambour Farmers Market(Saturday 7am to 12 noon)
Sippy Downs Central Market (6am to midday Sundays)
What to buy: From clothes to art work...from farmers produce to home cooking...from car boot sale to sophisticated presentation...try our markets when you come to visit us.
For even more see web site below.
JA BOUTIQUE AT MOOLOOLABA HAS CLOSED
The Buderim boutique is still open......
Julie Ann has two shops on the coast. One in Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba just down from the beach front and the other in the main street of Buderim, Sunshine Coast.
The clothes you will see here are wonderful for going to the Races, Weddings and for Dancing.
You should see how smart Julie Ann looks on race day!
I bought a beautiful red floaty number for my grandsons wedding.
You can find some great little casual outfits from time to time. Also the latest in pants and tops.
There are fashion shoes,some lovely jewelery, handbags and fascinators.
You will find something very special there.
What to buy: I like the boutiques in Buderim and Mooloolaba areas for something different. So much nicer than in large shopping centres where if you are in one you are in them all and the clothes are all the same.
I think Noosa has some nice places too but I just do not get up there often
You will find some classy yet comfortable shoes...leather jackets...handbags and scarves in this truely delightful shop.
Every time I visit Cotton Tree I pop along to see what is on display. Bargains from time to time but always quality.
Open every day...photo shows the times.....
What to pay: Average price...this is not a cut price store
THE SAD NEWS IS THERE IS YUSHIMA BOUTIQUE IS CLOSED. 2009
The rent was doubled and my beautiful clothes boutique is more.
A little boutique right on the beachfront at Mooloolaba Sunshine Coast. The owner always had something different. She tripped over to France and Italy and had clothes that mix and match to perfection. Sometimes she designed her own and has those made up. Youwould have looked "stunning" in her outfits.
There was always help to make your choice and if you shopped there regularly they remembered what you had purchased in the past and helped you use your clothes in new ways.
There were customers who came from our Southern States especially to shop there.
Yushima probably had more jackets, tops, skirts,and pants than dresses. Some jeans were"to die for"
For inexpensive snacks and drinks you can get these at the Deli Cafe Market near the main reception area.
It is possible to book refreshments to your room number if you happen to be a bit short of cash at the moment.
They also sell basic day to day items such as toiletries, lotions and also batteries and film for your camera.
You can easily spend a day in this shopping centre. It is huge. The major stores like Myer, David Jones and Target are here as well as heaps of specialty shops. Feeling hungry - there is a big food court as well as many coffee shops spread throughout the centre.