Local Markets

There are several markets located near the Daintree rainforest that visitors can explore to find locally made souvenirs, arts and crafts, and fresh produce. Here are some of the markets you may want to check out:

  1. Mossman Markets – Held every Saturday morning in Mossman, the Mossman Markets offer a variety of locally made crafts, clothing, and food items. Visitors can also enjoy live music, fresh produce, and the opportunity to meet local artists and craftspeople.
  2. Port Douglas Markets – Held every Sunday at Anzac Park in Port Douglas, the Port Douglas Markets are a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike. The markets feature a wide range of items, including jewelry, clothing, art, and fresh produce.
  3. Mareeba Markets – Located about an hour’s drive from the Daintree rainforest, the Mareeba Markets are held on the second and fifth Saturday of every month. Visitors can browse stalls selling handmade crafts, locally grown produce, and artisanal food products.

These markets are all within driving distance of the Daintree rainforest and offer visitors the opportunity to shop for unique souvenirs and locally made products while supporting local artisans and producers.