Maryborough Heritage City Market
There's something VERY special about Maryborough on a Thursday!
It's the day colourful stalls and music take over from traffic and the city centre is transformed into the bustling outdoor Maryborough Heritage Markets, a weekly celebration since it began in 1987.
*INFORMATION ABOUT THE MARKET AND STALLS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO
Fraser Coast Regional Council
Phone: 1300 794 929
The market is on every Thursday from 8am to 1.30pm in Adelaide and Ellena Streets, right in the heart of the city centre, featuring weekly entertainment and a great variety of stalls to tempt the market day visitor.
Visitors can make a day of it in the city and join a guided Heritage Walk Tour from outside the City Hall at 9am, or take a ride on the 'Mary Ann', a replica steam engine, through Queens Park.
Watch the firing of the city's historic Time Cannon at 1pm by the city's ambassadors, the Town Crier and Mary Heritage. The gun is a replica of the cannon that was fired daily at 1pm in the days before there was a town clock.
While visiting the market, walk across to the old Maryborough City Railway Station in Lennox Street and visit the Whistle Stop Museum. Open 9am-1pm.
A list of all markets in the Maryborough area can found here!
ENTERTAINERS SEEN AT THE MARKET
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