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HOTA Markets

HOTA Farmers & Artisan Markets

#Every Sun, 6-11.30am

With Goodwill Projects

The markets at HOTA are one of the Gold Coast’s most vibrant community markets, held every Sunday morning, in the heart of our precinct and coordinated by Goodwill Projects.

From 6am to 11.30am each Sunday we come alive with in-season farm-fresh produce, delicious artisan foods, boutique fashion and handcrafted wears. All nestled against the backdrop of our lake and stunning landscape.

Best way to start a Sunday, try something different like the turmeric coffee with your buck wheat wrap, take your swimmers and hang out by the lake while listening to free live music. And the produce, fresh as it gets.

Nigel P, TripAdvisor

#Goodwill Projects

‘Like the Gold Coast itself, we’re a celebration of independence and lifestyle! We're passionate about local farmers, makers, bakers and growers, we like knowing where our goods come from, and we love supporting new and emerging small businesses. The markets are part of the fabric of the Gold Coast, we’re proud to support and foster local artists and live music, as well as supporting social causes representing our local community.'

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#Sundays at HOTA

Sunday High Tea

Sunday High Tea

Palette Restaurant

Exquisite culinary delights, fine tea and bubbles. Gather your friends and loved ones to round off your weekend in style.

HOTA Shop

HOTA Shop

Ground Floor, HOTA Gallery

Find a little piece of HOTA to take home with you in a range of products inspired by the exhibitions and City Collection.

HOTA Collects

HOTA Collects

Galleries 2, 3 & 4, HOTA Gallery

Showcasing works drawn from the City Collection, delivering a snapshot of 50 years of contemporary Australian art. Free to visit.

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HOTA proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.

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