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All reviews preserves stall holders local produce great market fruit and veg free range eggs great local atmosphere organic garden busy market bacon and egg roll yahava coffee olive oil local area stalls pantry pickles busking
So delicious! I highly recommend the bakery stall; their seed bread and croissants are excellent. Excellent local produce- fruit and veg, olive oil, nuts, various jams, chutneys and pickles. There is s little Italian bakery stall - do not miss it! The biscotti are so...More
On every Saturday morning 8.00am to 12 noon at the Margaret River Education Campus - Lots of yummy local produce on offer but remember to bring your own bags. It’s quiet a walk up the Main Street so wear comfortable shoes. Make sure you stroll...More
Great choice of produce and food. Grab a bacon and egg roll with a cafe style coffee before you stat a lap. A little overpriced $2.50 for a small Avacado! However some great choices with Jams, honeys and specialty meats.
We started early but the market was already working. Lots of Artisan cheeses, organic meat and vegetables plus bread, cakes and fish.
We tried the dumplings for breakfast. Great. Coffee was good and a couple of really unusual things like keto bread.
Worth getting up...More
What a find on our travels. A delight to see love fresh produce and at reasonable prices. We needed to stock up on a few grocery items for our next stop. We were told of it’s existence and what a gem it was too.
The market sells everything from fresh ingredients raw food to cooked food for the locals. It is very interesting as some of the food are so fresh that we didn’t stop not to buy even if we know that the fresh food cannot last long...More
You won't need a whole day here but it would be excellent to pop by for a morning stroll, pick up some flowers and breakfast. Superb conservation efforts by the locals where they encourage using real cups instead of disposables by having a wash station!
Was there to meet up with friend who lives in Perth.
Market very interesting with many kinds of shops available ranging from souvenirs to vegetables.
Bought some giveaways and some fresh vegetables.
Love the unsual surroundings and will definitely go again if I holiday in...More
I am usually wary of these types of market - especially where there are a lot of tourists around. They tend to become oversized and full of same old same old, and trinkets rather than produce. However this farmers market feels like the real deal....More