Southside Farmers Market
Corner of Hindmarsh Drive and Ainsworth Street, Phillip
The Southside Farmers Market is a village market that provides all the fresh food that you need for your weekly shop. The market has a great range of fresh, seasonal produce from around 60 stallholders each week - including fruit, vegetables, eggs, meat, fish, honey, bread, cheese and dairy, gourmet treats and much more.
Amongst the wide range of food available, you will find vegetables from Cowra, free range eggs from Tharwa, organic meat from Bombala, organic salad greens from near Hall, fresh mushrooms and seafood from the south coast, award winning olive oil from near Hall, vegetables from Thirlmere, citrus from Leeton, apples from Batlow, Gunning and Pialligo, local breads, cooking sauces and condiments made in Canberra, and award winning organic and fair trade coffees roasted here in Canberra. If you have a sweet tooth try some freshly baked, tarts, doughnuts, macarons or cakes.
There is a wide range of certified organic and biodynamic produce available.
After your shopping relax over a cappuccino or a hot chocolate made with real Belgian chocolate, with a crepe, waffle, sausage sandwich or gozleme in the courtyard.
This Sunday at the market (19th June)
We will be trading from our usual location at CIT Phillip Campus this Sunday 8am to 11.30.
All of your favourite stall holders will be with us this week including our local chocolate maker Jasper & Myrtle, delicious crepes and pates from Fine Pates and Terrains and olive oils from Homeleigh Grove.
Winter produce is in abundance at the moment and you can find mandarins, Navel Oranges, grapefruit, kiwi fruit, passionfruit, persimons and taramillos. Stock up on your winter soup ingredients with carrots, cauliflower, Jerusalem artichokes, parsnips, potatoes and swedes.
Come and meet the people growing your food this weekend!
Do you have a copy of our wallet guide to seasonal produce in our region? Download a copy here.
The market is a proud supporter of our local community, so you might also see the Yellow Van, Woden SEE-Change, the Canberra Valley Lions Club, local church groups, or some of our local musicians.
Market signs are green for produce grown or processed by the stallholder and white if the stallholder is an agent for another grower or producer. If in doubt, ask the stallholder.
Want to see how far our market produce travels, or find a stallholder at the market? See our complete market listing.