Southside Farmers Market

Open every Sunday morning from 8.00am - 11.30am
Canberra College
Corner of Launceston Street and Yamba Drive, Phillip
Easy close parking at the College, behind the Smith Family (walk to the market via the Launceston St underpass), or the adjacent carpark (enter off the end of Irving Street and cross the footbridge to the market)

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.  The Market is now under new management and with the new owner being one of our farmers and stallholders the market will continue to have a strong focus on providing produce straight from the farm.

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,  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, with a crepe, wood fired pizza, sausage sandwich or gozleme in the courtyard.


This Week (11th December 2016)

Join us this Sunday for another beautiful morning at the markets.  Shop direct from our producers and meet the person who grew, fed, made, collected, harvested your food!

Christmas Trees are available each Sunday in December as well as a wide assortment of fresh food to make the perfect Christmas hamper for gifts.  Fill a basket with olive oils, pepperoni, cheeses, macaroons, garlic braids, fresh pasta, organic chocolate, jams and sauces for easy and much loved gift giving this year.

Orders are being taken for ham, seafood, oysters, meat, chicken and duck from our producers and will be available for pick up on Christmas Eve 24th December 2016.

The stallholders this weekend are:

2 Nourish U (Tilba Milk)

Alpine Nuts

Andarko Honey & Junee Chocolates

Ando Organic’s Meats

Bombolini Doughnuts

Bush Breads

Camilleri Strawberries

Canberra Colour Flowers & Plants

Claron’s Park sauces and relishes

Cool Climate Vegetables

Cowra Original Farm (organic vegetables)

Crème n Sugar

Deau River Farm Produce


Dilliro Begetables

Direct Farm Produce

Dom’s Italian Woodfired Bread

Drive In Orchards (Cherries)

Embreaded Bakery and Cuppacumbalong Eggs

Formichi Small Goods

Gleann na Meala (organic vegetables)

Auddino’s Citrus

Golden Free Range Eggs

Greeek Sweets

Gumly Garlic

Hill Lock Orchard (Cherries)

J&D Homemade Pizzas

Price Organic Potatoes

Kalavita Organic Olives

Kurrajong Beef and Country Valley Dairy

La Barre Olives


Lindfield Park

Marion’s Gozleme

Melissa’s Honey

Narooma Seafoods

Nonna Maria’s Handmade Pasta

Rod Terry Oysters

Salvadorean Foods

Saint Nicholas Christmas Trees

Santa Shaped Christmas Trees

Shoalhaven Mushrooms

Shopping at the Pav

Sunnyside Farm

Teacher’s Pet Dog Food

The Apple Shed

The Bread Nerds

Thirlmere Poultry

Wei Rong Farmers

Windellama Organics

Don't forget, we will be holding a Christmas Eve market on Saturday 24th December so that you can shop for all of your holiday produce.  Pick up your seafood, oysters, fruit and vegetables and avoid the mayhem of the shopping centres this Christmas eve!  The Market will then be closed over Christmas and New Years and will reopen on 15th January 2017.


We're looking forward to another great day so come down and meet the people who grow your food.

Click here for a parking map


Market Information

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    Do you have a copy of our wallet guide to seasonal produce in our region? Download a copy here.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Want to see how far our market produce travels, or find a stallholder at the market? See our complete market listing.
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