Night Noodle Markets 2021 FAQs
If you’ve got a question about the Brisbane Night Noodle Markets, then this page will most likely have the answer you’re looking for. Scroll down, have a read and if you’re still left with questions at the bottom of the page, please email us at email@example.com.
When and where is this event taking place?
City Botanic Gardens | Wednesday 22 September – Sunday 3 October 2021
What are the opening hours for this event?
Wednesday 22nd September | 5pm – 9pm
Thursday 23rd September | 5pm – 10pm
Friday 24th September | 5pm – 10pm
Saturday 25th September | 4pm – 10pm
Sunday 26th September | 4pm – 9pm
Monday 27th September | 5pm – 9pm
Tuesday 28th September | 5pm – 9pm
Wednesday 29th September | 5pm – 9pm
Thursday 30th September | 5pm – 10pm
Friday 1st October | 5pm – 10pm
Saturday 2nd October | 4pm – 10pm
Sunday 3rd October | 4pm – 9pm
Where can I find the Night Noodle Markets menus?
All of our delicious stallholder menus can be found here.
Where can I register to attend the Night Noodle Markets?
Click here to register for your free ticket to attend the Night Noodle Markets Brisbane 2021.
Why do I need a ticket for the Night Noodle Markets?
Entry is free however, all attendees must register online to attend the Night Noodle Markets. Please register for your ticket ahead of time for a faster entry into the event. On-site ticket registration is available. Your ticket grants you access to any night of the event and is redeemable over multiple nights. Entry to the Night Noodle markets is subject to site capacity.
Are there vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options available at the event?
There sure are! Check out our stallholder menus here. Dietaries are noted under each menu item. If you’re still unsure, you can ask any of our friendly stallholders at the Markets if they have vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free options available.
Can I pay with cash at the event?
The Night Noodle Markets are a cash-free event. Make sure you bring your cards along with you for all purchases.
Is this a dog-friendly event?
The Night Noodle Markets are dog-friendly. We do ask, however, that if you bring your four-legged friends along to the event, you ensure they are kept on a leash. Please also be mindful that there are large crowds at the event, which pets may find stressful. Please ensure you look after your pooch and if crowds aren’t their thing, maybe leave them at home with a doggy treat.
Can I walk or ride to the event?
If you feel like taking in the sights around you, the Night Noodle Markets can be reached on foot or by bike. Bike racks are available at various locations around The City Botanic Gardens
Are there public transport services to the event?
The free Loop bus stops on Alice Street and George Street. Please check bus routes and timetables online. There is also a public ferry service. The CityCat and City Hopper terminals are located at the Riverside Centre on Eagle Street and at the CityCat terminal at QUT Gardens Point. Please check ferry routes and timetables online
Where can I park?
There is limited street parking in the surrounding streets around the venue. Various Parking stations can be found along Margaret Street, one block away from the City Botanic Gardens and Night Noodle Markets entrance. Fees may apply.
Is there accessible parking?
Free accessible parking is available at most public car parks. Parking is limited and vehicles must display an authorised accessible parking permit.
I’d like to have a stall at a Night Noodle Markets event. Who do I contact about this?
Get in touch via our online enquiry form that can be found here.