Southside Farmers Market
Corner of Launceston Street and Yamba Drive, 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. 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 Sunday (5th March 2017)
Join us this Sunday morning and pick up the finest fruit and vegetables and produce our region has to offer. We have over 50 stalls made up of farmers and producers who sell their food direct from their farm or kitchen. Many farmers are out picking their produce the night before the market and you can certainly taste the difference.
Talk to the farmer direct and find out where your food is being grown, how they grow it, and even how they best like to cook it. Not only do they provide us with fresh food every week but they are a wealth of information on the food that nourishes week in week out.
What's in season this week? Annual herbs, beans, peas, beetroot, capsicums, carrots, chillies, corn, cucumber, daikon, eggplant, garlic, onion, radishes, rhubarb, squash, zucchini, melons, stonefruit, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, tomatoes and more!
We look forward to seeing you this Sunday, come and meet the people who grow your food.
Stallholders this week:
Meat, Poultry & Seafood - Ando's Organics, Kurrajong Meats, Formichi Smallgoods, Caroola Farm, Narooma Seafoods
Fruit & Vegetable - The Apple Shed, Auddino's Produce, Cowra Original Farm (inc organic options), Direct Farm Produce, Dillirio, Shoalhaven Mushrooms, Melissa's Honey, Lindfield Park, Gleann Na Meala (organics), Willayoung Stonefruit, Downing Berries, Wei Rong, Sunnyside Farm, Deua River, Frank Verducci Produce, Palamon, Gumly Garlic, Bonza Apple Store, Windellema Organics, Jolly Berry's
Bread, Baked Goods & Pasta - Embreaded Bakery & Pies, Theo's Greek Sweets, The Bread Nerds, Bush Breads, Dom's Woodfired Bread, Bombolini Doughnuts, Creme N Sugar.
Eggs & Dairy - Golden Free Range Eggs, Long Paddock Free Range Eggs, Cuppacumbalong Free Range Eggs, Hilltops Free Range Eggs, Windellema, Tilba Milk (2 Nourish U), Country Valley Milk (Kurrajong Meats), Boosey Creek Cheese
Olives & Oils & Nuts - La Barre Olive Oil, Loader Olives, Kalavista Organic Olives
Other - Canberra Colour Flowers & Nursery, Cascade Nursery, J&D Pizzas, Claron Park relishes, sauces and creams, Shopping at the Pav, Nonna Maria's Pasta
Ready to eat Food - Marion's Gozlemes, 2 Nourish U, Lion's BBQ, Salvadorean Food, Fine Terrains & Pates
Entertainment - Guyy & The Fox
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.