Winter’s frozen mornings are the perfect excuse for a sleep in, but the only thing better than feeling like a big toasty cinnamon bun cosied up in bed, is sinking your teeth into an actual warm, fresh cinnamon bun and exploring the morning markets with your gal pals, coffee in hand! We’ve rounded up some of our faves, from fresh produce and heavenly florals to local makers markets with artisan home wears, clothing and jewellery. The Village Markets | Burleigh, Gold Coast The first and third Sunday of every month | 8:30am – 1pm thevillagemarkets.co The perfect Sunday does exist! This has to be one of our absolute favourite markets. Start your morning here by grabbing a coffee and some delicious eats, followed by a dip at the beach and an afternoon picnic on Burleigh Hill. Not only are these markets pup-friendly, but there are always super talented live artists there to serenade you are you stroll through the markets, browsing the boutique clothing, jewellery and locally made homewares. Good vibes all round! Northey St Organic Market | Windsor, Brisbane Every Sunday | 6am – 11am nscf.org.au/organic-farmers-market A hidden gem, this is the only market in Brisbane where all the produce is 100% organic! Be sure to bring your basket as you won’t be able to resist stocking up on fresh fruit and veg, home grown herbs, free range eggs, locally made honey and even coffee beans. Brisbane Flower Market | Rocklea, Brisbane Monday to Friday 5:30am – 3pm | Saturdays 6am - 1pm brisbanemarkets.com.au/bfm/ Just a warning – once you visit this market you will never want to buy flowers from anywhere else! This little slice of heaven is home to four different flower wholesalers offering a full range of seasonal flowers at some seriously good prices! Wander through the endless array of florals and soak in the seasonal scents – but just remember to bring a jacket as some of the blooms are kept in cool rooms and it can get a little chilly! Davies Park Market | West End, Brisbane Every Saturday | 6am – 2pm daviesparkmarket.com.au/ The West End Markets are home to a range of fresh produce, delicious eats, artisan breads and hand made clothing. The perfect place to stock up on fresh produce, or hunt for some cute vintage threads. Once you’re done, head down to the water for a walk along the river, taking in views of the city. Or, head into West End for brunch at Morning After and then to Mappins and All The Green Things for some plant shopping!