Here, children are welcome, as this is one of the fabulous features about these markets - they have free entertainment for them in the Kyilla Kids' Zone which runs from 9.00 am to 11.00 am, or there is a playground on the same oval. The kids zone is an interactive, non-computer zone with plain good old fashion fun to be had. This is an amazing feature at the markets as parents can shop and have a coffee knowing that the children are happy and playing in the fresh air.
There will also be bouncy castles and Tweety Birds for the children.
Some of the weekly vendors include:
Organically grown fruit and veggies
Juicy Lucy Breakfast Bar
Stomping Ground Coffee
Maple & Wren
World's Best Pasta
These are delicious French crepes
They make the best juice, chai and smoothies in Perth!
Le Grand Fromage
If you like cheese, then head to this stall to get your International cheeses.
Turkish Tucker make the freshest, healthiest, and tastiest Turkish street food.
This is a fairly new business that is committed to making the best gourmet sandwiches at the best price in Western Australia.
The Kiwi Chef Food Van sell traditional Kiwi Street Food which consists of: Freshly cooked onsite, Māori Bread and Coleslaw included with authentic New Zealand fillings.
Direct Seafood NT
This seafood is "wild caught Australian fish for Australian people", and this is caught both in the Northern Territory and in the Kimberley region.
These people have nutrient dense and healthy treats that sustain and satisfy hunger. They are homemade and refined sugar free, have ingredients chosen for nutrition, they contain either coconut or olive oil or butter, and they do not have refined vegetable oils or margarine.
Sweet Dream Foods
This food is 100% vegetarian, vegan friendly, natural and organic baked food. It is all-natural, has no preservatives and is handmade food as well as alternatives for people with allergies and special requirements
These North Perth Markets are truly a very relaxing way to do your shopping, and to find out more, you can visit the Kyilla Markets website.
This event is dog friendly and dogs are permitted, as long as they are kept on a lead at all times.
Situated at Kyilla Park, in Clieveden Street, North Perth, there is parking, however organisers ask you to be considerate of the neighbouring houses in the area.
It is also a good idea to bring your own shopping bags/Esky.
I live in the area. Years ago when this first opened we loved it. Real growers taking their seasonal stuff you could pick and bag yourself (ie if there's 1 or 2 people living in the house you don't have to take a whole bag of something you don't need). Now most produce is all pre-bagged, it looks like it's been picked up from Canning Vale markets the days (or week before in the case of the organic guy). It's a very social market if you want to go for breakfast, juice, coffee and meet your friends and neighbours and take the kids and the dog. If you want to do food shopping you'll end up going somewhere else for that.
What I can't understand about most Perth markets is that people want to buy grower direct - fresher produce and grower gets more than if selling at wholesale markets. But this is not the case. Produce is clearly not always fresh, is above supermarket prices (for the same stuff) and is pre-packed.