Our 11th Anniversary Celebrations

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    Come to the market this Sunday 1 October and join in the celebrations for our 11th Anniversary of the market opening! We have a fun-filled morning of free activities for market -going families.

    From 9am to 12:30pm - Rainbow Animal Farm 
    Lynn brings her Rainbow Animal Farm petting zoo. Children will get the opportunity to get up close and personal to a variety of adorable baby pets and small farm animals. 

    9.30am and 11.00am - Animals Anonymous. . . bring their very popular interactive wildlife show back to the market. The show involves an educational presentation with tame native animals and the opportunity for children to get up close and meet a variety

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    of the furry and scaly animals. The shows will run for approximately 30 minutes in the demonstration kitchen area of the market pavilion.

    Enjoy the free entertainment for the kids and why not enjoy breakfast or brunch at the market this long weekend - Kuhl Kooking Breakfast Bar will be serving their unique version of Croque Monsieur "The Grilled Cheesus". 

  • Around the Market

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    Jamie & Natalee from Darling Street Dried Fruit are back with their fresh picked, new season asparagus and a range of dried fruit grown on their Riverland farm.  Find their stall in the outside market opposite Falg Nursery. 

    Heavenly cakes at the market! Heather & Tim of The Wild Apple aka T’art bring with them fruit tarts, fruit cakes and fruit muffins baked fresh on their  farm. Find their stall outside next to Mems Coffee. Butterfingers has expanded to two stallsHolly brings a new range of cheese cakes, lamingtons, eclairs, biscuits and more. Find Holly’s cake stall inside next to Let Them Eat.

    Spring is in the air! Artichokes are also now in season.  Find them at Patlins Gardens and Virgaras Gardens stalls. Kuhl Kooking's Juice Bar reopens from Sunday 1 Oct. Fiaje producers of a unique range of preserves and condiments.   Why not try their new Cherry Jelly?  Peter of Yorke’s Seafood is back from Sunday 1 Oct with a range of fresh and frozen fish.

    Some changes have occurred since the Royal Show. You’ll find Rooney of Fleurieu Lavender outside each Sunday now. Yorke’s Seafood are now at Rooney’s old spot inside the pavilion beside Fruit Wise. Let Them Eat and Flour Power have also swapped spots. Taronga Almonds are now in the centre aisle between San Jose and Warrakilla!