Global Food Village

Woodridge, Logan City Area

Get a first-hand taste of Logan's cultural diversity at one of the city's hidden attractions, the Global Food Village. Shop amongst locals and pick up a range of seasonal produce you'd only expect to pick up overseas including; dragonfruit, jack fruit, custard apples, lychees, rambutan, mangosteen and much more.

While you're there, treat yourself to hot breakfast from a melting hot pot of global cuisines including South-East Asian, Indian, African, Pacific Islands, and tastes from the Middle East. The Global Food Village is on every Sunday, and admission is free!

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  • Car park
Croydon Road
Woodridge, Logan City Area
Queensland
Australia

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