Kingston Farmers' Market

Kingston Farmers' MarketKingston Farmers' Market

Bring your friends and family to the Kingston Farmers' Market and buy your fresh produce direct from the producer.

There are over 65 stallholders selling a variety of goods including: organic fruit and vegetables, artisan cheeses and olive oils, specialty breads, free range chicken and eggs, farmed barramundi, lamb, beef, veal and pork together with confectionery, baked goods, preserves and herb and vegetable seedlings.

Each market over 1500 attendees come and buy their goods, so make sure you're early!

This market is run by the City of Kingston in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Chelsea. It started in 2004 and is held on the first Saturday of each month (8am - 12.30pm), except for January, regardless of the weather plus a Christmas Twilight Market, usually held the week before Christmas.

The Kingston Farmers' Market is accredited with the Victorian Farmers' Market Association (VFMA).

Rotary collects a $2 donation from shoppers and these funds are used to support local community groups.

Plastic-bag-free shopping is encouraged and alternative bags will be available for purchase.

Where: Sir William Fry Reserve, Nepean Highway, Highett 3190

Next Market

When & Where

Date: Saturday 1st February 2020 | View Upcoming Dates
Times: 8am - 12.30pm




Kingston Farmers' Market⊜ Cnr Nepean Highway and Bay St   Highett | Google Map
Cnr Nepean Highway and Bay St, Highett, , 3190
✆ 0407 968 841 | 03 9769 4459

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Kingston Farmers' Market

Victorian Farmers' Markets Association

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