Woodend Community Farmers' Market
Cnr. High & Forest St, Woodend. First Saturday every month between 9am and 1pm
Now in it’s 10th year the Woodend Community Farmers’ Market is a showcase of regional produce with over 70 regular stallholders from within the Macedon Ranges and the wider region.
Creswick Neighbourhood Centre, Victoria Street, Creswick, open 9am till 1pm, on the first and third Saturday of every month.
Located in the picturesque and historic township of Creswick, just 20 minutes to either Ballarat or Daylesford. The market is a great day out for the whole family – Bring the kids and your four-footed friends – you’re all welcome.
Kyneton Farmers' Market
35 Piper St , Kyneton, VIC, Australia, Victoria, open 9am till 1pm, on the second Saturday of every month.
Kyneton Farmers' Market is accredited with the Victorian Farmers Market Association & is a member of the Macedon Ranges Farmers Market Group.
On the football oval at the Bill Woodfull Recreation Reserve, Maldon, the market will operate from 9am until 1.30pm
The Maldon Market features specially selected stall holders from the creative and fertile heart of Victoria, as well as emerging Melbourne talent. From soap to soup, fruit to furniture, plants to pants, jewellery to jumpers, the Maldon Market has something for everyone.
Malmsbury Farmers' and Artist Market
On the Village Green on Mollison Street, Malmsbury, market is held on the 3rd Sunday of the month from 9am until 1.00pm
Malmsbury Village Farmers Market is a fresh, local produce market, accredited with the Victorian Farmers Markets Association. Our Artist Market showcases the best of our local makers.
Riddells Creek Farmers' Market
Situated on Memorial Drive, next to the Riddells Creek Primary School, 69-77 Main Rd Riddells Creek, 3431. operating the 3rd Saturday of every month (except Dec). 9am to 1 pm.
We are an authentic Farmers Market that support local primary producers selling their products direct to the public. Dogs on leads are welcome.
Come and find the freshest fruit and vegetables, honey, eggs, beef and pork, lamb, olive oil and table olives, bread, wine, beer, poultry, hay, plants, preserves and jams, cakes and teas. Enjoy a coffee and cake with friends listening to local live music.
Talbot Farmers' Market
Held in the village streetscape, like celebrated European markets, Talbot Farmers’ Market supports an evolving display of over 80 stalls of regional produce … together with live and local music.
Talbot Farmers’ Market began quietly in 2004 as one of the earliest farmers’ markets in regional Victoria – supporting local and regional farmers, growers and artisan food producers. It remains proudly community-based, and continues to draw over 2000 visitors to town each month. Talbot (pop. 350) is just 40 minutes north of Ballarat, or 90 minutes from Melbourne’s Westgate Bridge.