Eumundi is a historical township located about 20 kilometres west of Noosa Heads and approximately 110 kilometres north of Brisbane.
Eumundi is famous for the Eumundi Markets, a premier artisan market held twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays, rain, hail or shine.
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Many people come to the Eumundi Market for fabulous food. Here you will find a range of cooked food, including laksa, calamari, Thai and paella, as well as items you can purchase and enjoy at home, including chocolate, cakes, biscuits as well as grab an old fashioned lemonade. For those looking for fresh produce, the Eumundi Market has you covered with a massive range of fresh produce, including fruits, vegetables, bread as well as locally made cheeses and yoghurt.
Eumundi is also home to the Discover Eumundi Heritage & Visitor Centre, which offers helpful information to visitors, including; brochures, memorabilia and pamphlets about local attractions in Eumundi and the surrounding region.
Take a short drive out to the Eumundi Winery, which grows a range of Mediterranean grape varieties and produces a range of full-bodied premium wines. By combining modern technology with traditional winemaking practices, this winery produces high-quality wines year after year. Eumundi Winery opens between 11am to 5pm from Wednesday to Sunday for wine tasting, food and beer. Still, it is best to contact them before you drop in, as the winery is only serviced by a small staff who are maybe tending to the vineyard upon your arrival.
You will find restaurants, pubs, and cafes within the town, you will find restaurants, pubs, and cafes offering diverse dining options, from Italian, Mediterranean, to Thai cuisine. There are also some shops offering local handicrafts, nougats and chocolates.