Got a burning question about the who, what, when, where and why of the up and coming Brisbane Night Market? You’ll find all the answers here!
The Brisbane Night Market is scheduled to kick off on Friday, 15 February 2019.
The Brisbane Night Market will trade every Friday from 4pm to 10pm.
The Brisbane Night Market will be located in the Brisbane Produce Market Covered Unloading Area. Simply plug 385 Sherwood Road, Rocklea, into your GPS.
Yes, there is. Entry to the Brisbane Night Market is $2.50 per person, payable at the entry gate. Children under 15 years of age accompanied by an adult are free.
These markets operate on private property and unlike many other markets the facilities available to visitors include toilets, ATM, entertainment and kid’s activities. The markets engage a cleaning team, onsite security, traffic management staff and market officers to ensure a high standard of operation. To pass these charges to the stallholder fee would be a major deterrent to being a part of the markets’ community.
We have in excess of 600 FREE car parks available on site. The newly constructed Multi-Level Car Park on Sherwood Road is less than 100 metres away from the hustle and bustle of the Brisbane Night Market.
Yes, buses service the market. Click here for timetables.
Yes, the Brisbane Night Market will be fully undercover.
We’re expecting an amazing range of street food, delectable alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, tasty gourmet goodies, artisanal crafts, lifestyle products and more.
There will be live entertainment on offer every Friday, including a dedicated kids entertainment section.
Yes, the entire venue is licenced. The Brisbane Night Market takes the Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) very seriously.
We ask you to strongly consider nominating one person in your group as the NON-DRINKING driver.
Unaccompanied Minors will not be served at any Bar and accompanied minors must have orders for non-alcoholic beverages placed by a responsible parent/guardian.
It is illegal to take liquor into, or away from this Venue.
Unduly intoxicated or disorderly persons, in accordance with the Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA), will be refused service and may be asked to leave the premises.
We have the right to refuse entry to any person.
All employees are trained and supported by management to request valid identification from persons whom they believe appear under 25 years of age.
Yes, there are male, female and disabled toilets onsite. They are located HERE.
Baby change facilities are available at the Brisbane Night Market. Click HERE for a map. The Parent’s Room facilities are in the toilets at the rear of the Market.
The Brisbane Night Market is accessible to disabled individuals. Parking and toilet facilities are marked on our Site Map.
The Brisbane Night Market will go ahead rain, hail or shine. The Market is fully undercover, so no need to worry about getting drenched – just have a great time.
In the event of extreme weather, we may close the venue to ensure the safety of our guests and Stallholders. If this occurs we will advise the closure on our social media channels (Facebook and Instagram) and on our website.
Yes, there are ATM’s onsite every week. They are located at the Front Entry of the Market, and next to the Main Bar.
Smoking is strictly prohibited anywhere inside the venue. Smoking facilities are available HERE.
Dogs are not permitted at the Brisbane MarketPlace with the exception of Guide Dogs for the visually impaired or Assistance Dogs.
Speak to a Market staff member if you become separated from your children or require First Aid. Lost or distressed children are usually taken to the Information Booth at the Front Entry, where our staff will care for them until they are reunited with their parents. It is important not to panic and immediately report or bring lost children to the Information Booth to commence the search process. Generally children or parents are found quickly, allowing everyone to enjoy the Market again. The Information Booth is located in the Food Court area.
You will need to contact the Stallholder or shop owner from where you purchased your item. If you do not recall the shop or stall name, you can contact us via email email@example.com or by phone at (07) 3915 4277 detailing the item, location and description of the shop/stall and we will endeavour to locate the trader.
Please complete the Entertainment application form here.
Promotional stalls for commercial purposes must be applied for in writing. Not all promotions are accepted, especially when the product being presented for promotion is in direct competition with any of our traders.
Applications must be made 4 weeks (1 month) prior to promotion date and should include:
- Company Name
- Product being presented for promotion
- Proposed Date & Time for the promotion
- Space required for the promotion
- Proposed activity being undertaken for the promotion
- Number of staff at the promotion
- Logistical information such as delivery of product, set up, pack down
Roving promotional staff are not permitted at Brisbane MarketPlace. All promotions must remain static. A fee applies to all promotions. Applications should be email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Promotional handbills other than those created and distributed by Brisbane MarketPlace are not permitted at any time.
Fundraising stalls at Brisbane MarketPlace are provided free of charge to Charities and some fundraising organisations. Please email email@example.com for further information.
Yes, filming or photography at the Market for commercial, student or promotional purposes requires a permit and all requests must be received in writing.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Company name (including ACN/ABN, Address, Telephone, Fax, Website)
- Purpose of the filming/photography
- Proposed date and time of the filming/photography
- Number in the film/photo crew including any talent
- Copy of your company’s Public Liability Insurance equivalent to a minimum of AUD $20M.
PLEASE NOTE: Insurance policies MUST be in Australian Dollars only. Policies insured in Foreign Currencies are not acceptable.
As of January 1 2011, the minimum amount will increase to AUD $20M.
Once the above information has been received, your request will be reviewed. If approved, a filming or photography permit application will be sent to you for your signature. Please note, a fee may be applicable.
To obtain a job with a Stallholder or shop owner, you will need to approach them individually yourself as Brisbane MarketPlace does not provide an employment service for any of its tenants.
If you are interested in working for Brisbane MarketPlace weekend markets, email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com