The Margaret River Farmers' Market has been a feature of the region for over 10 years, providing access to fresh local produce for both residents and visitors.
From humble beginnings the Market has grown to be a Saturday morning fixture with up to 50 stalls, selling everything from fruit and vegetables to meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods, drinks, nougat and chocolate.
Only producers from the local Shires and surrounding South-West are eligible to set up a stall, and the stalls are operated by the people who grow or make the produce.
Each market features a breakfast bar, providing delicious food for Market customers. This breakfast bar is always run by a local charitable, school or sporting organisation to raise funds for their cause. The market also features local musicians and occasional band performances.
The Farmers’ Market is certain to become an even more integral community institution over the next ten years, and is already a must-do experience for visitors.
The Margaret River Farmers' Market is run by the Margaret River Regional Producers' Association, a not for profit association run by a volunteer board.