The Polish Club Market Day

Head to this community club's regularly occurring market for pierogies, cabbage rolls and kielbasa.
Kosa Monteith
Published on April 19, 2021


The Polish Club has supported generations of new migrants in Australia by keeping Polish culture alive in Brisbane from the heart of Milton. 

The weekly Saturday morning market is a longstanding tradition, open to all visitors and beloved by the locals. It's more than just a social event for club members. It's also a chance to share Polish food, crafts and traditions with the wider Brisbane community. 

Stop by and enjoy homestyle Polish cooking, with flavours that will keep you coming back time and time again.

Here, you'll find the most perfectly pinched pierogi dumplings stuffed with meat, potato and cheese, or cabbage and mushroom. You can pick them up piping hot from the vendors tossed in butter and fried bacon bits, and then grab a pack of your favourites to take home for seconds. 

Deli items and handmade smallgoods, sausages and smoked meats are available alongside complementary Polish specialties, such as marinated mushrooms, pickles, sauerkraut and dark rye bread. 

Got a sweet tooth? You're in luck. Polish people take dessert very seriously, with an abundance of Mazurek cake, Polish cheesecake, the beloved makowce poppyseed roll, and filled paczki donuts up for grabs, too.

Let musicians soundtrack your stroll from stall to stall then take a break in the restaurant for Polish beers and world-famous vodkas.



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