NightQuarter

Helensvale, Gold Coast Area

NightQuarter is the Gold Coast’s creative playground. Located in Helensvale, the market is divided into unique precincts featuring micro-restaurants, emerging fashion and unique live music spaces. Experience the intersection of food, community, and culture, with well-curated and diverse concepts from over 120 entrepreneurs, artisans and performers. Discover a moveable feast of mix-and-match eats from oysters to souvlaki, bao to the Australian meat pie. Queensland’s best purveyors have been hand-selected, with a curated mix of handmade crafts, emerging fashion, desserts and vintage collectables. With six distinctive bars, find cocktails, craft beers and local Queensland wine.

NightQuarter also has re-invented The Backyard, with a custom wood-fired barbecue that uses only sustainable hinterland timber, capturing the quintessential smoky flavour of the Australian bush in grass fed steaks and Tasmanian salmon. Every weekend, find a line-up of the Gold Coast’s best emerging artists, travelling musicians and the country’s biggest touring acts.

Open every Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 10pm, on Town Centre Drive in Helensvale (opposite the Helensvale train station). It is easy to access by road, train and Uber.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Indicative Prices $3 - $3 Children under 12 are free.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearFriday4pm - 10pm
Saturday4pm - 10pm
25 March 2016Closed

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
1 Town Centre Drive
Helensvale, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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