The market is divided into two sections: farmers market and flea market. The farmers market, located undercover, boasts a huge selection of stalls selling fresh fruit and vegetables, farm fresh eggs, honey, and homemade goods like freshly baked banana bread and jars of tomato relish. We pick up everything we need for our Sunday roast here: broccoli, carrots, pumpkin, potatoes, and pork belly roast.
There is also an undercover food court offering coffee, cupcakes, curry puffs, poffertjes (Dutch pancakes), and bacon and egg rolls.
The flea market is my favourite though. Trolling through someone else's trash, looking for treasure is lots of fun - and sometimes rewarding. Like the Welsh backpacker in New Zealand, who bought a box of books including a first edition Enid Blyton for $5, and sold the rare find for $1200. While you might not find anything quite as valuable, you will find bargains on a broad selection of second-hand goods and brand new items: clothes, books, CDs, LPs, plants, and more.