North Brisbane Vegan Markets Toombul — CANCELLED
Brisbane Vegan Markets is setting up its stalls in the city's north once a month.
January 18, 2022
UPDATE, March 1, 2022: Due to Brisbane's flooding, Toombul Shipping Centre is now closed until further notice. We'll update you if and when this event returns.
Heading to a major shopping centre and only buying vegan goods mightn't always go hand in hand, but they do now at Toombul. Since late 2021, the northside venue hosts the North Brisbane Vegan Markets once a month, with the regular Brisbane Vegan Markets now spreading its footprint across town.
The event is back for 2022, so you can mosey along from 9am–4pm on Sunday, January 23, Sunday, February 20 and Sunday, March 20 to browse more than 30 stalls selling cruelty-free wares, all at Toombul's Upstairs precinct. The plant-based spread will include everything from burgers, nachos, pizza and pasta to coconut ice cream sundaes, doughnuts, cupcakes, fudge, brownies and almond croissants. You know the motto here: all of the taste, none of the animal products.
The site's regular eateries will all be getting in on the action as well, so you'll have plenty of options, food-wise.
Entry is free, and so is the live music that'll soundtrack your vegan shopping.
And at the January event, the markets are celebrating veganuary — if you've started the year by ditching meat.