The beautiful township of Eumundi is a vibrant rural community situated on the Sunshine Coast, 15km inland from Noosa on the Bruce Highway.
This festive hinterland town is famous for its artisan markets, held each Wednesday, Friday & Saturday where artists, growers and providores sell their wares to locals and national and international tourists. Although the population of 4562 postcode is around 1200 people, it is a vibrant cultural hub with musicians, artists, sculptors, glass makers and writers who live here to immerse themselves in its vibrant energy and natural beauty for inspiration and solitude.
Things to See & Do
Our markets are famous across the world especially our arts and crafts, with our genuine commitment to a driving ethos “make it, bake it, grow it, sew it”. As well as a shopping heaven, more than 600 stalls are set amongst a grand arbor and a quaint and beautiful heritage village. Find out more…
Other Things to See & Do in Eumundi
“One of our favourite Australian busking experiences was getting to play the markets on the Sunshine Coast. Eumundi Markets were easily the coolest we’ve ever seen!”
Eat & Drink
A cornerstone of our hinterland village, the iconic Imperial Hotel has been welcoming locals and tourists since its opening in 1911. Now home to the Eumundi Brewery, this majestic Queenslander hotel is a Sunshine Coast ‘must do’. Their dining menu features classic pub favourites along with a selection of contemporary dishes – guaranteed to appeal to all the foodies in your tribe!
Eat & Drink
Places to Stay
Eumundi RV Stop Over
Due to the current COVID-19 virus the RV Stop Over will be closed until further notice.
Other Places to Stay
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