The Sunday Computer Markets are a form of super market operating since 1990 all through south east Queensland. Here, you get abundant computer equipment, as many traders and vendors sell new and second-hand computer accessories in this market.
Every first Sunday of the month, the market is crowded with visitors bargaining for quality computer accessories. The prices offered are very low for every buyer to afford. The Sunday Computer Markets are also widely known as a computer fair.
The market attracts computer enthusiasts eager to explore new computer gear. You can come across many different vendors at computer stores, second-hand stores and specialist stores selling quality computer accessories at affordable rates. This market is often held at nearby community buildings or town halls in Brisbane, so that visitors can feel free to visit the fair time after time. In addition, you get branded computer gear such as HP, Canon, Samsung, Hitachi and Gigabyte.
The staff of this super market offer technical assistance with unbiased information on computer accessories, so that even beginners can make an informed choice before buying.
The Sunday Computer Markets have an entry fee of $3.30. Entry fee for students and seniors is $2.20, and kids below the age of 16 coming with parents have free entry.