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16 Spring Growers Markets in Perth

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by finy (subscribe)
A retired business owner, my passions are cooking, photography and eating. I use all three of these when I write for recipeyum.com.au which is on HubGarden
Published October 2nd 2018
Fruit and veggies direct from the growers
Seniors - there are many growers markets that you can easily access around Perth. At most of these markets, you will get fresh produce, often coming straight from the farm.

1. Kyilla Community Farmers Market
This is a popular market where you can not only buy fruit and vegetables, but you can also get some very good packaged meals. This is a market I have been to a few times and always found some interesting items.

They are open every Saturday morning from 8:00 am 11:30 am, at Kyilla Park, Clieveden Street, North Perth.

Items generally available include:
Fresh fruit and vegetables
Meat
Coffee
Hot Food, including breakfast
Seafood
Artisan made gourmet products
Organic bread
Pastries

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2. Kalamunda Farmers Market
These are on every Sunday from 8 am to 12 noon. They are at the Central Mall, Historic Village, Kalamunda.

Bring the grandchildren here as there are free children's activities as well as fresh local produce direct from the grower.

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3. Perth City Farm Grower's Markets
I have been to these markets on several occasions and can highly recommend them. They have mostly organic food including fruit and vegetables and you can buy a very good breakfast here also.

They are on every Saturday from 8 am - 12 noon. The address is 1 City Farm Place, East Perth (off Lime Street, next to Claisebrook train station).

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4. Mt Claremont Farmers Market
These markets are on every Saturday from 8 am to 12 noon. They are at the Mount Claremont Primary School, 10 Jacaranda Avenue, Mt Claremont.

These markets are a school community-based project which also provide an opportunity for farmers, food producers and chefs to sell their farm-grown goods and gourmet food products directly to the public.

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5. Vic Park Farmers Market
These are on every Sunday from 8 am to 12 noon and are under the beautiful Morton Bay fig trees. The address is Kent Street, East Victoria Park.

They have stall holders selling freshly sourced produce, fresh baked goods, gourmet and organic foods.

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6. Mundaring Sunday Markets
These are on every second Sunday of each month, from 9 am - 2 pm. They are at Mundaring Hall, Nichol Street, Mundaring.

This is another market that I really enjoy, and always find some interesting items! They sell food and fruit here, however, they mainly sell other goods. Some of the stall holders live in the hills and grow the fruit and vegetables and sell direct here.

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7. Fremantle Markets
Who hasn't been to these markets! They were one of the first farmers markets and also sell a lot of other items. They have a dedicated large section for fruit and vegetables.

These markets are on every weekend from Friday to Sunday and are at 84 South Terrace. They are open from 8 am, and 9 am on Sundays.

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8. Growers' Green Farmers' Market
This market is on every Sundays, and it is at the South Fremantle Senior High School, Lefroy Rd, Beaconsfield. It starts at 8 am.

Here you will get fresh, local and grower-direct fruit and vegetables. They also have bread, organic beef, fish, local honey, eggs, olive oil, baked goods, herbs, jams, plants, fresh flowers, organic dog food, and more.

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9. Canning Vale Market City
This is our main wholesale clearance market which runs every Saturday for fruit and vegetables from 7.30 am. The Community Market is on every Sunday from 7 am - 1 pm. They are at MP1, Market City, 280 Bannister Road, Canning Vale.

These markets are huge and the Market City site is situated on 51 hectares of land. It is our only Wholesale Fresh Produce Market in WA.

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10. Joondalup Growers Market
This is an authentic farmer direct market with produce sold to you by the people who grow it. They are open every Saturday from 8 am - 12 noon. They are situated in Joondalup's Central Park.

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11. Manning Farmers Market
Manning markets are on every Saturday from 7.30 am 2.30 pm. These are at Manning Road, Waterford.

They sell fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and fish, fresh flowers and lots more.

More information: click here. Note they are currently trading at The George Burnett Leisure Centre (corner of Manning and Elderfield Road) for several weeks.



12. Poynter Farmers Market
These are on fortnightly, on every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. They are held at 39 Poynter Drive, Duncraig.

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13. Palmyra Western Farmers Market
These markets are on every Sunday from 8 am 12 noon and they are at the Palmyra Primary School.

You can get your fresh produce here as well as coffee, breakfast and more cooked food.

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14. Stirling Farmers Market
This is another great market, and is on every Sunday from 7.30 am 11.30 pm. It is situated at Cedric Street, Stirling.

This market sells only produce direct from the grower/maker.

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15. Subiaco Farmers Market
These markets are another of my regular haunts! They are on Saturdays, from 8 am 12 noon, and are at the Subiaco Primary School.

Subi Farmers Market provides fresh, nutritious food, and generally has all fruit and vegetables, as well as other goods.

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16. Midland Farmers Market
These markets are on Sundays, from 7 am 3 pm. They are behind the Town Hall Clock on Old Great Northern Highway, Midland.

Midland Farmers Market has been established now for over 30 years and is the second oldest market in Perth.

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If you have a problem walking distances, and to save walking a long way, it is a good idea to get to these markets early, and you will be able to park close by. This will not be a problem for many seniors as we, unfortunately, generally wake up early!
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When: From September, 2018 to December, 2018
Where: Around Perth
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