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Nunawading Farmers Market

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by Neil Follett (subscribe)
I'm a retired photographer living in Lilydale mainly researching and writing on Australian aviation history. Now writing more on general subjects.
Published January 24th 2021
It's a suburban farmers market
This market is held on the 2nd Sunday of each month in front of the Whitehorse Civic Centre in Whitehorse Road, almost on the corner of Springvale Road.

market stalls
A row of stalls.

It is organised by the six Rotary Clubs in the City of Whitehorse.

Advertising van.
Mobile advertising van.

The stalls are set up on both sides of the service road giving easy access to all stalls.

market stalls
Easy access.

Entry is by gold coin donation with a free off-street car park next to the centre. The market is very wheelchair and disabled-friendly. It is also very doggy friendly with many canines bringing their human friends.

market stalls
Dogs are welcome.

Being a farmers' market everything from every stall was edible, with the exception of the plants and cut flowers.

Flowers
The non-edible section.

Fresh fruit and vegetables were as fresh as they looked, with a large variety available from several stalls.

vegetables
Looking fresh.

Three stalls offered Australian olive oil products, including Robinvale Estate.

olive oil
One of the stalls selling Australian olive oil.

Olive oil and bread go together and two artisan bread stalls provide the nexus.

olive oil
You can have a taste test.

Jude's Jams & Chutneys offer over 30 unique varieties of jams, chutneys, relishes and pickles. All homemade by Judy.

jams & chutneys.
Judy and her goodies.


jams & chutneys.
Even better up close

Several stalls offer tastings of the produce including Darryl's homemade roasted peanut butter.

peanut butter
Just peanut butter.


peanut butter
What you see, is what you get.

If by now you are feeling hungry after looking at all the food, you can partake of calamari & prawns, Gozleme, pies and sausage rolls.

breads
Get your loaf here.


market stalls
A sunny Sunday stroll.

The Rotary Clubs operate freshly cooked egg & bacon sandwiches, which is next to a small al fresco eating area.

al fresco area,
The Rotary sandwich stall and al fresco eating area.

To wash your purchased goodies down the nearby coffee van will cater for your caffeine fix. Some stalls also sell soft drinks.

coffee van
Caffeine headquarters.

Speechly Honey has a large range of pure honey ranging from 250 gram jars to 3 kg buckets.

honey
Just honey.


honey
How sweet it is.

Most of the stalls are of specialty items such as Carboor Hazelnuts and Mum's Baklava.

food stalls
More things to eat.

As you are leaving visit the Little Creek Cattle Company to stock up on local meat from their refrigerated van.

meat stall
For non-vegetarians.

There are many more stalls than those mentioned in this article.

The next market is on Sunday 14th February 2021. Be there.
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Why? It's worth it.
When: Second Sunday every month.
Where: Whitehorse Road, Nunawading. Melways map: 48. G.9.
Cost: Gold coin entry.
Your Comment
Peanut butter, honey. So much fresh produce. It would be hard to so no to any of the stall items.
by Gillian Ching (score: 3|2031) 36 days ago
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