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Grab a bacon and egg roll, team it with a freshly brewed coffee, and listen to local musicians play as you browse the great range of stalls. Chat to our specialist food producers before selecting some great produce to take home. All products sold have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholders themselves.
The Mudgee Farmers Markets are an authentic Farmers Market, and operate under strict Farmers Market guidelines, so you can be sure all produce sold at the markets is produced as close to our market as possible.
By buying at the Mudgee Farmers Markets, you can be confident you are buying the freshest, most local produce possible, supporting your farmers, the local community, and economy, and helping the environment by reducing food-miles.
Interested in becoming a stallholder at our great Market? Email the market manager at email@example.com
The Mudgee Farmers Markets are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month.
8:30am to 12:30pm at St Mary’s Catholic Church (cnr of Church and Market Streets)
The markets are always on – come rain, hail or shine. Find us in the hall if it is wet.
The MAKERS MARKET
A fabulous market where all the creative forces of Mudgee combine. To be a stallholder at the Makers Market means you bake, bottle or brew your produce, or you paint, sculpt, felt or design your own artwork. No reselling means this market features an array of local wine and wonderful produce from Mudgee and surrounds, alongside local artists displaying their talents with everything from silver jewellery, felting, mosaics and ceramics to textile art and handmade books
The MAKERS MARKETS are held 4 times a year, on Saturdays during Easter, the June Long Weekend, the October Long Weekend, and the first Saturday in December ( perfect timing for the start of your Christmas shopping).
If you would like to book a stall, you need to be quick. With 60 stalls in attendance, spaces fill fast. Email the market manager at firstname.lastname@example.org for application form
Wherever you go, try to support the local Farmers’ Markets. There are over 100 in Australia, and many more overseas. More info on Farmers Markets in Australia.