Get festive with Opera Queensland at Bite Markets

Posted: 8am 24 Nov 2021

Jump in your sleigh and head over to Bite Markets at North Harbour for two nights of festive fun featuring more than 20 artisan gift stalls on November 26 and performances by Opera Queensland on November 27.

Bite Markets’ Christmas Markets are a chance to get Christmas shopping done while supporting local businesses, with a large variety of craft and artisan stalls, in addition to the regular line-up of tasty food and drink vendors.

The markets will be open from 4pm to late each day.

Adding to the tree-mendous Christmas fun will be the North Harbour Christmas Carols spectacular, featuring performances by Opera Queensland and choirs from Carmichael College and The Lakes College, at 5.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday, November 27.

North Harbour Project Director Bryan Finney says the family friendly is Claus for celebration.

“The markets are a great way for locals to kick off the holiday season with a night full of entertainment and festivities suitable for all ages,” Bryan says.

“With so much open space at North Harbour, you can relax and shop from a range of local stallholders, without battling for a car park, and enjoy the delicious food that is here every weekend at Bite Markets.

“We are also really excited to be welcoming Opera Queensland, and students from Carmichael College and The Lakes College for a very special Christmas performance. This is a night you don’t want to miss.”

The Christmas markets will have something for everyone and if you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of Santa himself.

Those wanting to attend Christmas Carols at North Harbour, need to register on eventbrite by 4pm on Friday, November 26, to go into the draw to win prizes including a family Christmas dinner. Winners will be announced at 7pm on Saturday, November 27 at Bite Markets.


Where: Bite Markets at North Harbour, 24 Nolan Drive, Morayfield

When: Friday, November 26 and Saturday, November 27

Time: 4pm-late, with performances by Opera Queensland, Carmichael College and The Lakes College at 5.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday

Cost: Adults $3 and children under 12 free



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