Calliope Historical Village Markets

Calliope, Gladstone Area

Monthly from 4 March 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$1 to AU$2

The Calliope Historical Village Markets are held on a regular basis along the banks of the Calliope River only 26 kilometres from Gladstone and 100 kilometres south of Rockhampton! These are lovely relaxed markets for the whole family.

Grab a drink or a bite to eat and sit with your family under the shady trees. Bring the kids along for a ride on the famous miniature train or just come along to view the abundance of homewares, fresh produce, plants and bric-a-brac for sale.

Whilst your at the markets don't forget to visit the village's historic buildings and spend some time looking at the interesting displays including the Calliope River Railway Display.

The Markets run from 8.00am to 1.00 pm and the Clyde Hotel is licensed on Market days. The variety of food and drink stalls cater for the needs of hungry and thirsty visitors.

Event Dates

This event occurs monthly on the following dates:
4 March 2018
6 May 2018
22 July 2018
23 September 2018
28 October 2018
2 December 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
All Tickets $1 - $2

Event Venues


Calliope Historical Village
Address:
Carrara Road
Calliope
Queensland, Australia 4680

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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