Farmers markets in NSW

Highlights

From Paddock to Plate

The farmers’ markets of NSW are where local producers come together and sell their goods direct to the public, whether artisan-made or freshly sourced from the earth, paddock or dairy. Enjoy the freshest local produce while supporting the local community.

  • Newcastle Craft and Makers Market
  • Hawkesbury Harvest Markets, Castle Hill

Farmers markets in NSW

Juice stall, Mullumbimby Markets

NSW is blessed with a large number of local farmers’ markets, where the stallholders sell produce from their own farms. Buying direct from local growers means that you’re purchasing your food from the experts, and have the opportunity to ask questions about how different foods are grown and how best to prepare them.

Farmers markets across the state are a great source for finding the best local and seasonal produce in the one convenient location. Explore a wide range of stalls to discover fresh fruit and vegetables, local meat and seafood, regional wine varieties and handmade treats. Farmers’ markets can also be a great place to pick up homemade bread, cakes and pastries, jams and preserves, oils, plants, and local arts and crafts.

Check out the Hunter Street Organic Markets in Newcastle, held in the heart of town, between Wednesday and Sunday each week. Here you’ll find organically-certified fruit and vegetables, flowers, local arts and crafts, cakes and donuts. Further north in Wauchope, near Port Macquarie you’ll find the Hastings Farmers’ Market offering fresh, hand-picked produce. In Lismore there’s the weekly Lismore Produce Market held each Thursday, with 100% local, seasonal produce. Lismore is also home to the Blue Knob Farmers’ Market, held every Saturday at the Blue Knob Gallery Hall.

South of Sydney in Wollongong is the weekly Foragers Market, held each Sunday. The Foragers Market sells seasonal fruit and vegetables, organic where possible, and only grown in NSW or the ACT. The market is indoors, so it runs whatever the weather. And just south of Yass is the Murrumbateman Village Market, a thriving local market in the heart of the Canberra district wine region where you can pick up fresh fruit and vegies, bread, jams, honey, sauces, wines, olives and olive oil. Don’t forget to check out the Mudgee Fine Foods Farmers Markets, held on the third Saturday of the month and packed with artisanal and handmade local products.

Another great way to buy local produce is to follow the farm gate trail. The Hawkesbury Harvest Farm Gate Trail is one such self-guided tour, where you can discover the farms, and meet the producers and makers all over the fertile Hawkesbury region. Experience the country lifestyle right on Sydney’s doorstep, where you can pick your own fruit and taste local cheeses, ciders and wines from the region.

For a full list of farmers markets across all of NSW visit the Australian Farmers Markets Association website.

  • Farmers Market, Dungog Festival

    NSW Country Markets

    Soak up the local community vibe and pick up fresh fruit and vegetables, local meat, homemade jams, regional wine varieties and more at NSW’s many regional and rural markets. Support the local farmers, the local community and the local economy by buying produce direct. Weekend markets are the most common, with some markets held monthly rather than weekly.

  • Eveleigh Farmers Markets

    NSW Fine Foods

    Go beyond fresh produce and buy up big. Purchase jams, olives, wines, artisanal bread, cheeses and all manner of treats from NSW fine food markets all over the state, from the famed Mudgee Fine Foods Farmers Markets, held monthly in the picturesque grounds of St Mary’s Church in Mudgee, to the gourmet spread of Newcastle's celebrated artisan Olive Tree stalls.

  • Pyrmont Growers Market, Sydney

    Sydney Markets

    Sydney’s many weekend grower’s markets are a great place to pick up fresh local produce, or even just to grab lunch. Most markets are held on either a Saturday or a Sunday. Explore Eveleigh Markets, with over 70 stalls featuring organic and grass fed meats, free range eggs, coffee carts and pastries, or visit the local markets from Bondi to Frenchs Forest.

  1. Yamba Farmers Market

    Wednesday 11 May to Wednesday 29 June 2016, Yamba

    The Yamba Farmers Market operates every Wednesday at the Whiting Beach car park.The range of product for sale includes free-range eggs, honey, chillies and chilli products, rosella jam and organic...

    11 May -29Jun
    Free
  2. Nimbin Farmers Market

    Wednesday 11 May to Wednesday 16 November 2016, Nimbin

    The Nimbin Farmers' Market is held each Wednesday afternoon from 3pm. A great opportunity to buy fresh produce with very limited food miles, including bread, meat, vegetables, tofu, cheeses,...

    11 May -16Nov
  3. Make it, Bake it or Grow it Produce Market

    Thursday 12 May to Thursday 15 December 2016, Grafton

    The Make it, Bake it or Grow It Produce Market continues to attract new stallholders while still maintaining its core of regulars. The market is held weekly on a Thursday, in the Christ Church...

    12 May -15Dec
    Free
  4. Lismore Produce Markets

    Thursday 12 May 2016, Lismore

    The Lismore Produce Market is held in the heart of Lismore's central business district with around 30 stalls selling 100 per cent locally grown seasonal goods.Stalls include produce, seedlings,...

    12 May
    Free
  5. Sprout and About Market

    Saturday 14 May to Saturday 10 December 2016, Wagga Wagga

    The best way to shop for food is to start with something for yourself. And there's lots to choose from at the Sprout and About Market - pancakes, fresh baked goods, fruit, or of course, the...

    14 May -10Dec

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    Free
  6. Gloucester Farmers Market

    Saturday 14 May to Saturday 8 April 2017, Gloucester

    Get fresh with Gloucester Farmers Market on the second Saturday of each month! Discover Gloucester's fresh food treasure and stock up on foods that will give you energy, vitality and a twinkle in...

    14 May -08Apr

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    Free
  7. Orange Farmers Market

    Saturday 14 May to Saturday 10 December 2016, Orange

    The Orange Region Farmers Market is held on the second Saturday of the month and showcases local produce from the Orange area. Meet the producers and taste their fresh seasonal produce.Over 40...

    14 May -10Dec

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  8. Berry Produce Market

    Saturday 14 May to Saturday 10 December 2016, Berry

    Berry Produce Market is held twice a month on the second Saturday and fourth Sunday from 8am to 2pm. It is a boutique-style market nestled among the Berry shops in the park behind the newsagent in...

    14 May -10Dec

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