Sapphire Coast Markets

When:
01/12/2019 - 12/01/2020

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Description

Eden Local Produce Market

The Eden Markets, specialising in local produce, is held on the third Saturday of every month.
The friendliest little market ever! Come and join the fun, great food, great music, great stuff.
Explore Eden‘s wharf area and history while you are in town.
From 8:30-12 noon. Chandos Street, Eden NSW.


Nethercote Seasonal Produce Market

“Our aim is simply to get fresh local food onto local tables.”
Apples, figs and persimmons are the heroes where everything is food and growing related, together with a cooking demonstration, and live foot-tapping music from resident band “Easy Street”.
Gardeners pick their produce the night before or early that morning and bring their wares to market and sell to the communal stall. Producers bake and create a dazzling range of tasty sweet and savoury goods to take home and there’s also a mini-nursery to help improve your garden.

Everything is produced by local growers whose gardens range from single beds to flourishing orchards. Stalls include fresh fruit and vegetables, bread, cheese, meat, smoked fish, oysters, jams, pickles, olives, olive oil, home baking, cup cakes, plants, seedlings.
The market is held just four times a year, on the fourth Saturday of every January, April, July and October from 8am – noon. Back Creek Road & Nethercote Road, Nethercote 2549.


Cobargo Market

The Cobargo Markets are held in the lane way every Saturday morning in Cobargo’s main street.
From 9:00am till 1:00pm. Princes Hwy, Cobargo NSW.


Candelo Market

The Candelo Markets are held on the first Sunday of every month in the Candelo township. They are one of our longest running markets, with a focus on local and vintage wares. Explore the village for heritage shopfronts and unique cafes.
It is a wonderfully diverse market, with stallholders selling everything from food, plants, clothing, livestock and second-hand goods. There is something for everyone!
Hours: 8:30am to 12:30pm. Mogilla Road, Candelo NSW.


Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf Growers Market

Bermagui Growers Market is held in the lee of the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf, each Thursday afternoon.
Stock up on things for your own kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion. Think oysters, breads and dairy, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats. When the market closes at 6pm, grab a spot on the foreshore watch the sun go down. During spring and summer daylight saving time the market is held from 3pm to 5pm and in autumn and winter from 2.30pm to 4.30pm.


Pambula Markets

The Pambula Markets are held on the second Sunday of every month at the sports oval in Pambula Village.
It’s dog friendly, is loaded with local produce and has everything from handmade jewellery and clothing to vintage trash’n’treasure.
Hours: 8am to 1pm.
Pambula Sports Ground, Narregol Street, Pambula NSW.


Merimbula Seaside Market

The Merimbula Markets are held by the seaside on a spacious, grassy oval at Fishpen on the third Sunday of every month.
There are loads of stalls to choose from including local produce, plants, clothing and jewellery, craft and tasty food. The market is dog friendly, and there’s a wonderful, highly accessible playground at the southern end.
Main beach is right beside the oval, and the sheltered waters of Merimbula Lake are just around the corner.
Hours: 8am to 12:30pm. Ocean Drive, Merimbula.


Wyndham Village Market

The Wyndham Markets are held in Wyndham Village on the fourth Sunday of every month.
Find handmade treasures, yummy homemade treats and local produce and afterwards you can take the self-guided heritage walk around town. Just ask for more information at the market.
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SCPA - South East Producers Markets - Bega

The SCPA Markets are held every Friday from 8am - 1pm at Littleton Gardens, Bega.
The aim of the SCPA Markets is to provide consumers with fresh seasonal produce, locally made food and goods and to support the environment by reducing the 'food miles' travelled, lower transport costs and carbon footprint.