Farmers markets in NSW

In bustling farmers and growers markets across NSW you can buy a scrumptious range of fresh seasonal produce and handcrafted delights, such as cheeses, olive oils, breads, and preserves. You’ll meet farmers and growers, learn how produce is grown, and gain tips on how to prepare the food.

From the far South Coast to the far North Coast, from the bountiful landscapes in Country NSW to the spectacular Blue Mountains and the vineyards of the Hunter, you’ll find markets with a wide variety of stalls and produce. You can even buy bush honey from beekeepers at some markets.

In the wine regions are produce markets such as the Mudgee Fine Foods Farmers Market in Mudgee and the Riverina Producers Market in Wagga Wagga. The Young and Region Farmers Market is in the Hilltops wine region, and the Armidale Farmers Market is in the New England wine region.

Fresh produce at Byron Bay Farmers Markets

Australia’s oldest wine region is the Hunter Valley and you can browse fresh delights from local farmers and producers at the Slow Food Earth Market in Maitland. Farther north in the Hunter, near the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Barrington Tops rainforest, is the Gloucester Farmers Market.

You can combine a trip to the spectacular Jenolan Caves in the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains with a visit to Oberon for the Tablelands Way Oberon Farmers Market. This monthly Saturday market is in the grounds of St Barnabas Church. The drive from Oberon to the caves is half an hour.

The Farm, Byron Bay

On the beautiful coast are bountiful markets. A gateway to the South Coast, the Grand Pacific Drive is a memorable road trip through Australia’s oldest national park and over the Sea Cliff Bridge, an engineering marvel, to gorgeous beaches and seaside towns. Enticing South Coast markets include:

The splendid Legendary Pacific Coast Drive winds north, with charming farmers markets along the way including the Hunter Street Organic Markets in Newcastle. There are also farmers markets in Wauchope near Port Macquarie, as well as Grafton, Yamba, Lismore, Mullumbimby and Ballina.

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.

The Night Markets in the Carriageworks, Eveleigh during Vivid 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.