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Goolwa Produce and Artisan Market

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by Karen Ross (subscribe)
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Published April 25th 2022
Cittaslow's bi-monthly market is bigger and better than ever
The Cittaslow Produce and Artisan Market is held twice each month at the Goolwa Wharf Precinct. Formerly known as a farmers' market its scope has been broadened to include local artisans and industry, resulting in an even bigger and better market.

Cittaslow Market
Cittaslow Produce and Artisan Market


I like to go and stock up on fresh, seasonal produce because I know that it's all organic or spray-free.

Locally grown produce
Locally grown produce


I often treat myself to flowers, delicious local honey and jams, chutneys or relishes.

Flowers and preserves
Flowers and preserves


Free-range eggs are always on my shopping list. They've 'just been laid'.

Free range eggs
Free range eggs


Apples and pears from the Ashbourne Apples stall are a delicious treat because they are just picked and taste far superior to their supermarket counterparts.

Apples from Ashbourne
Apples from Ashbourne


Various plants and seedlings are available for keen gardeners.

Plants and seedlings
Plants and seedlings


Local artisans offer goods ranging from clothing, jewellery, leather goods, pottery, timber crafts and baskets to hand-made chocolates and pastries.

Local craft
Local craft


The coffee van is always popular with those who appreciate great coffee made from freshly ground beans from De Groot Coffee Co. in Port Elliot.



Right next to the coffee van there's a tempting array of Greek-style cakes. It's a most convenient arrangement to encounter on a Sunday morning.



If something more substantial than coffee and cake is required, there are takeaway meal options.

Take away food options
Take away food options


This market is not just for humans. Our furry friends are well catered for also. There are food treats, scarves, collars, bandanas and coats for pets as well as name tags made-to-order.

Pet provisions
Pet provisions


Local buskers add to the atmosphere of the market and the Cockle Train adds an element of excitement when it pulls into the adjacent train station. It's a treat for the whole family (including the dog) on a Sunday morning in Goolwa.
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Why? You can't beat fresh food, produced locally.
When: second and fourth Sundays of the month. 9am-1pm.
Where: Goolwa Wharf Precinct
Cost: All reasonable prices for produce
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I like markets and this one sounds good.
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