Eat Street Northshore in Brisbane is the one-stop place to go, to try foods from around the world. For a list of eateries, you can find the link here.
Located next to the Brisbane River, the $3 entry (free for under 12s) gets you into the markets which have shops and eateries catering for everyone's tastes.
Stalls from South America, Mexico, the USA and more countries from around the world, where you can eat in sheltered comfort
It's only open weekends, Friday and Saturday 4 pm - 8 pm and Sunday 12 noon to 8 pm. Dogs that are friendly and kept under control are also welcome, more than ready to pick up anything that drops on the ground.
Laneways are built undercover, to help protect you from the hot Brisbane sun. There are also outside areas to eat and play.
With about 70 stalls you'll be spoilt for choice. Savoury, sweet, Asian, Greek, Middle Eastern or everyone's favourites Fish and Chips.
Most stalls have EFTPOS, but it's handy to have cash as you might incur a transaction fee. There is an ATM on site.
There is live entertainment as well as audio systems adding to the party vibe. Alcohol is available with three bars throughout the complex. You can't take your own onto the site.
If you're driving, you have more than 1200 free car parks which fill up quickly. From Kingsford Smith Drive, turn into Theodore Street, then follow the signs to Eat Street Northshore.
If you're arriving from Brisbane city on public transport, the CityCat ferries would be your best and easiest way.
Your nearest ferry terminal is Northshore Hamilton which is only a 250m walk away. You can find the journey planner here.
Eat Street Northshore is an excellent place to enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon or a party weekend night. I visited on a Sunday afternoon when it opened, and it was busy enough then.
There's a real family vibe that I'm sure would change as the sunsets.
The hardest part of your day will be deciding what to eat.
Explore the outer coast of Pohatu Marine Reserve and marvel at its spectacular towering cliffs, rock stacks, reefs, and deep sea caves. Observe the diverse wildlife and marine species such as penguins, seals, various sea birds and possibly the world’s smallest dolphin!