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About the Markets

We are a non for profit organisation developed to support and stimulate the profitable trading, viability and business growth of independent primary producers, hobby farmers, community and home gardeners, and associated artisan produce value-adders.

What the Markets will include …

Gourmet and organic fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, meat, bread and baked goods, dairy, poultry, condiments, wine, coffee, teas, spices, honey, olive oil, edible by-products, plants and flowers


An educational workshop as composting, growing and gardening tips, cooking classes, gourmet inventions and so on


Music, entertainment, kids activities and competitions

The aim of the Markets …

To support and stimulate the profitable trading, viability and business growth of independent primary producers, hobby farmers, community and home gardeners, and associated artisan produce value-adders


To provide seasonal, fresh and local food with a face and a sense of place


To develop skills and employment in the community by encouraging independent growing of produce by conducting educational workshops at the markets


To provide an authentic and exciting event for the community year round


To add diversity and culture to the Walcha community


To encourage sustainable environmental practices


To provide customers with regular supplies of fresh food and access to improved nutrition

The economic, social and health benefits of the markets:

Support of sustainable agricultural practices


Food and nutrition education


Promotion of fresh and local produce consumption


Generate a strong community spirit


Linking town and country


Facilitation of community-based food security programs


Recycling of green waste and appropriate packaging

Bring along your fresh produce, baked goods or anything else grown in your garden or baked in your kitchen and we’ll sell it for you!

Conditions apply, see the Stallholder for more details.