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Published May 9th 2017
The market in the village
Local produce. Image courtesy of Blackheath Growers Market Facebook Page.
If you're lucky enough to be in the Blue Mountains on the second Sunday of the month, pop into Blackheath for the monthly Growers Market.
Featuring over 60 growers and producers showcasing their wares, the market provides a venue to explore the goods of the region. Popular with the locals and visitors alike, the market is always well attended.
The market, which is held at the Blackheath Community Centre, extends out into a local park. Aflame with colour in the months of spring and autumn, the picnic is suitable for a picnic and has ample space for young kids to ramble.
Browse the stalls of honeys, olive oils, condiments, jams, olives, local wines, cider, nuts, gluten and dairy free foods, nuts, free range eggs, spices, freshly baked treats and much more.
Freshly cut flowers at the market. Image courtesy of Blackheath Growers Market Facebook Page.
Cnr Gardiner St & Great Western Highway Blackheath
[NB. Blackheath is an old world village ten minutes drive from Katoomba, continuing west along the Great Western Highway, and is known for retro cafes, its autumn deciduous trees, annual Rhododendron Festival, antique stores and B&B's].
When: 2nd Sunday of the Month
8.00am - 12 noon
There's plenty of free parking on the street nearby the market.