Farmers Markets

We sell our fruit in season (November–April) at the following markets (see below). We sometimes miss markets depending on fruit availability; subscribe to our Weekly Fruit Tips free eNewsletter to stay up-to-date.

As we say in our Sustainability Plan, our marketing policy is:

      “As a priority we sell our fruit locally, ie, in the same water catchment as the fruit is grown”.  

We first supply our most local markets—Wesley Hill at Castlemaine, Castlemaine Farmers Market, and Bendigo Community Farmers Market.

If we have enough fruit we also supply other farmers' markets. We only attend farmers' markets that are accredited by the Victorian Farmers Market Association (VFMA), because this gives you the guarantee that what you buy is produced by the person selling it.

1st Saturday
Carlton Farmers Market
Coburg Farmers Market
1st Sunday
Castlemaine Farmers Market
2nd Saturday
Collingwood Children's Farm Farmers Market
2nd Saturday
Bendigo Community Farmers Market
3rd Saturday
Fairfield Farmers Market
Coburg Farmers Market
every Saturday
Wesley Hill Market, Castlemaine
Labour Day Long Weekend
Harcourt Applefest Market
Carlton Primary School
Cnr Palmerston & Rathdowne Streets
Carlton
8am– 1pm
Gold coin donation
Beside the Market Building,
Mostyn St,
Castlemaine
central Victoria,
9am – 1pm
Coburg Farmers Market,
Coburg North Primary School,
180 O’Hea Street,
Coburg, Melbourne
8 am - 1 pm
 
Collingwood Children's Farm,
16 St Helliers St,
Abbotsford, Melbourne,
8am – 1pm
Williamson St (Rosalind Park end),
Bendigo,
9am – 1pm
Fairfield Primary School, Wingrove Street,
Fairfield, Melbourne.
8am – 1.00pm
Free entry, easy parking
Gold coin donation supports school projects
Wesley Hill Market, Castlemaine
Opposite the Albion Hotel,
Pyrenees Highway,
Chewton
Castlemaine,
central Victoria,
8am – 1pm
High St,
Harcourt,
Central Victoria,
Labour Day long weekend
Saturday, 9am – 4pm

 

8.00am - 1.00pm

About Us

We – Hugh and Katie Finlay – draw on over 15 years' experience as orchardists at our farm, Mt Alexander Fruit Gardens, to bring you the Grow Great Fruit Program, the farm-proven system for home fruit growers.

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