Farmers markets in NSW
In bustling farmers markets across Regional NSW you can buy a mouth-watering range of fresh seasonal produce and handcrafted delights. You’ll meet passionate farmers and growers, learn about production methods, and gain tips on how best to prepare your food.
Farmers Markets on the Coast
The beautiful south coast has an impressive selection of markets to choose from. Check out the Foragers Market in Bulli or stock up on your plants and herbs at the Berry Produce Market. Shop with an ocean view at Kiama Farmers Market on Wednesdays and in Summer Bermagui Growers Market is held on Thursday.
The Legendary Pacific Coast Drive winds north, with charming farmers markets along the way including the Hunter Street Markets in Newcastle. There are also farmers markets in Wauchope near Port Macquarie, as well as Grafton, Yamba, Lismore, Mullimbimby and Ballina.
Country NSW Farmers Markets
In the heart of Australia's food bowl, Leeton Farmers Market focuses on paddock to plate production. Each Thursday in Wagga Wagga, the Riverina Producers Market brings together local bakers, farmers and producers. Explore Taronga Western Plains Zoo and then check out the nearby Dubbo Farmers Markets.
In New England, head to the bi-monthly Armidale Farmers Market or the new Tenterfield Farmers Market on Saturday. Combine a trip to the spectacular Jenolan Caves with a visit to the Tablelands Way Oberon Farmers Market or meet more than 60 producers at the Blackheath Growers Market on the 2nd Sunday of the month.
Wine Country Farmers Markets
The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine region, and you can browse fresh delights from local farmers and producers at the Slow Food Earth Market in Maitland. Every second Saturday you can buy food direct from growers and taste local wines from more than 60 stalls in the Orange Region Farmers Market.
Mudgee is known for making excellent wine, but the region has plenty of other great produce too, head to the monthly Mudgee Fine Foods Farmers Market to sample the best of what’s on offer. Everything at the authentic market is grown and made nearby.