Rockhampton and Yeppoon have a fantastic array of markets offering local produce and crafts.
Bell Park Markets are held on the third Sunday of the month and have over a hundred stalls providing a wide range of new and used goodies. You'll find all the usual market bargains like fresh produce, plants, preserves, art and woodwork.
The Causeway Lake Markets held on the fourth Sunday of the month have fresh and handmade products for sale in a beautiful waterside location. Revenue from the Fig Tree Markets (first Sunday of the month) helps the Keppel Coast Arts Council promote local music, art and culture.
For a bustling weekly market try Rockhampton's Arcade Markets, held every Sunday and offering everything from fresh seasonal produce to home-made goodies and bric-a-brac.
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Archer Park Rail Museum contains many exhibitions associated with railways and the Rockhampton Council Tramways from 1899.
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16 Mar 2014 Free Entry
Bell Park Markets have over a hundred stalls providing a wide range of new and used goodies. They have all the usual market bargains like fresh produce, plants, preserves, craft, novelty items, art, and woodwork.
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29 Mar 2014 Free Entry
Bouldy Bush Market and Car Boot Sale is held on the last Saturday of each month in Bouldercombe. Browse the large variety of stalls including craft, home cooking, jewellery, art, produce, antiques, plants, books, preloved household items and more.
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Don't miss the wall and pole murals in Peak Downs Street. The pole near the pub commemorates the fact that the placing of emu plumes in the Australian Light Horse Brigade hats began at Capella during the Great Shearer's Strike of 1891.
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The 1869 'Peak Downs' homestead is the largest restored station homestead of its kind in Australia, and is the centrepiece of the Capella Pioneer Village complex on the Gregory Highway at Capella, in Queensland's Central Highlands region.
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Capricorn Cave Tour is the premier nature based attraction in Central Queensland. Here you can explore spectacular caves in a limestone ridge and spot little insectivorous bats in certain seasons.
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The bustling hub of Rockhampton boasts authentic and easy going country hospitality, as well as cosmopolitan shopping, fine dining and a wide range of entertainment options and nightlife.
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23 Mar 2014 Free Entry
The Causeway Lake Markets have a selection of products for sale. The beautiful Capricorn Coast is the ideal location for your weekend market experience with a variety of fresh and handmade products for sale.
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The nine day Central Queensland Outback Drive follows the Tropic of Capricorn west from Rockhampton, the Beef Capital of Australia.
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The Central Queensland Military Museum houses artefacts from the military history of Rockhampton and surrounding districts.
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