Eat Street Markets, Brisbane

Every Friday and Saturday night in Brisbane there is a glorious event called ‘Eat Street Markets’. I would go every single week if i could. Sadly, I cant afford to do that as i always go a bit crazy and want to try as much food as I can! 

We caught the ferry to ‘Eat Street’ from our house, which was so nice because the sun was setting as we were cruising along the river. The walk to the Market is about 10 minutes from the ferry terminal, along the waterfront.P1570154.jpg

The food there is insane, it is foodie heaven. From Cronuts to Funnel Cakes and Japanese Okonomiyaki to Authentic South American street food, Eat Street has it all!  An amazing variety of sweet and savoury options.

‘Golden Gaytime Cronut Ice Cream Sandwich’ aka heaven
Korean Honey BBQ Chicken Slider


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Best Popcorn I’ve had in my entire life

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Mr Fairy Floss

Screen Shot 2016-03-05 at 12.22.17 PM.pngMost of the stalls are in shipping containers, which give a really cool atmosphere! They also have a few decorative shipping containers such as the one in the pictures below.

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Screen Shot 2016-03-05 at 12.14.57 PM.pngOn our walk back to the ferry we found a cool wall, so we had to stop and take a few photos to test out our new camera!


If you ever visit Brisbane, Eat Street Markets is an absolute must-do!

Thanks for reading!

Laura xx



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