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Farmer Markets Returning in June 2020 - Sydney & Surrounds

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Published May 19th 2020
This June, Sydneysiders will be in for a gourmet treat with re-openings of farmer markets across Sydney and surrounds.

See the list below for all your local and favourite farmer markets back this June:

* Please feel free to add to the list

1. Northside Produce Market

Since opening in 1999, Northside Produce Market has been providing the North Sydney region with more than 70 regional New South Wales and beyond farmers and small producers. The range includes fresh produce, seasonal fruit & vegetables, artisan cheese, dairy, organic sourdough and spelt bread, free-range, pasture-fed, organic meats, olive oil, fresh pasta, flowers & herbs, gluten-free products, wine, cider & ales, pastry, sweets, and chocolate goodies, organic cereals & nuts, handcrafted smallgoods, and much more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Northside Produce Market Facebook


2. Shire Farmers' Market

This farmer's market re-opened on 15 May, however, it will be back in June to offer a wide range of fresh locally grown produce, coffee, and artisan products. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Shire Farmers' Market Facebook


3. Orange Grove Market

They are back and the same with their famous and much-loved bacon & egg rolls! The markets showcase an array of fresh and Certified Organic produce, delicious gourmet goodies, crafts, plants & flowers, eco-products, handcrafted goods, and more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Orange Grove Market Facebook


4. Kings Cross Market

Kings Cross Market will be opened this June on Saturday and Sunday, and they will be selling gourmet food and fresh Certified Organic produce, plants & flowers, oils & nuts, gluten-free pastries, pies & cakes, fresh pasta & sauce, cheeses & smallgoods, coffee, and more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Kings Cross Market every weekend Facebook


5. Marrickville Markets

There will be a wide range of fresh and Certified Organic produce, gourmet food, ready-to-eat meals, boutique stalls including fashion and gifts, artisan bread & pastries, gourmet delights, nuts, and much more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Marrickville Market Facebook


6. Hornsby Markets

The markets are back, and there will be a massive selection of fresh, certified and conventional fruit & vegetables, chutneys, nuts, grass-fed beef, plants, eco products, fair trade products, ready-to-eat meals, and more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Hornsby Market Facebook


7. Mona Vale Markets

There will be a wide range of organic fresh fruit & vegetables, artisan goodies, boutique fashion and other stalls, artisan bread & pastries, flowers & plants, honey, jams & preserves, and much more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Mona Vale Market Facebook


8. Double Bay Markets

You will find an array of gourmet food and Certified Organic and fresh produce, plants & flowers, ready-to-eat meals, artisan bread & pastries, eco products, handmade goods, and much more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Double Bay Market Facebook


9. Cambridge Markets EQ

They returned early May and will be this June too. This naturally, health and wellbeing market will showcase a wide range of seasonal produce, gourmet goodies, bread, dairy, flowers, pastries, honey, meats, seafood, and much more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Cambridge Markets Facebook


10. Camden Fresh Produce Market

This "Genuine Farmers Market" sells only locally grown, produced or made by the person selling them products, making this market a true farmers market. There will be a wide range of fresh produces, fresh flowers, eggs & dairy, artisan bread & pastries, homemade jams, chutneys & sauces, and much more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Camden Fresh Produce Markets Facebook


11. Sydney Sustainable Markets

Sydney Sustainable Markets is a market where growers sell direct to customers, with no middle man involved. You will find a wide range of biodynamic, organic and minimal spray produce. Genetically engineered foods (including animals knowingly raised on GE feed) are not sold at the market, and the market is plastic bag free too. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Sydney Sustainable Markets Facebook


12. Liverpool Growers & Foodies Market

You will find a diverse range of fresh produce, meat & smallgoods, milk, cheese & eggs, aromatic coffee, olives & olive oil, fresh flowers, pet food, handmade soaps & lotions, pasta, sauces, honey & jams, cakes & biscuits, sourdough & other artisan bread, and much more. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Liverpool Growers and Foodies Market Facebook


13. Peakhurst Farmers Market

You will find a lineup of farmers and producers from all over New South Wales selling fresh produce, essential groceries, organic sourdough bread, local honey, fresh seafood, organic meat, gluten-free and vegan goodies, and more Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Foodies and Farmers Market Peakhurst Facebook


14. Harvest's Castle Hills Farmers' Market

Harvest's Castle Hill Farmers Market is one of Sydney's oldest and most popular fine food markets. You will find genuine growers, artisanal food producers, and gourmet ready-to-eat meals. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Castle Hill Farmers & Fine Food Market Facebook
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Why? Pick your fresh produce in person!
When: June 2020
Where: Sydney & Surrounds
Cost: Free (Some markets might have an entry fee)
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