CITTASLOW GOOLWA FARMERS MARKET
When: Second and fourth Sundays from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
February 10 and 24, March 10 and 24, April 14 and 28, May 12 and 26, June 9 and 23, July 7 and 21, August 11 and 25, September 8 and 22, October 13 and 27, November 10 and 24, December 8 and 22. The market will not be held in January.
Location: Jeralde Park, Goolwa Wharf Precinct.
If you are interested in being involved in the Farmers Market or for further information, please contact Jane on 0419 855 148. An expression of interest form for prospective stall holders is available here.
Local artisan food producers and farmers are providing a diverse range of produce at our market.. We have bread from Currency Creek, made from flour produced by Lauke Mills, Olive Oil from Finniss and Goolwa North and Brew Box Coffee from locally roasted beans. Fleurida Goat has goat meat and free range eggs. La Belle Ratatouille have a marvellous range of French delicacies. There is locally caught fish, SA prawns and Crayfish and local smoked fish. There are biscuits, cakes, condiments, locally grown veg from Tooperang and Ian and Gina Easts fantastic berries and baked goods. Fabulous Platters join the market on 4th Sundays.
Be proud of our region, support local growers and producers.
Become a Market Member and receive a discount each time you shop with any of the stall holders. Farmers markets are the very best way to support local produce and suppliers.
2nd Anniversary of the Cittaslow Goolwa Farmers Market
A spectacular chocolate cake, (decorated with tiny, tasty versions of the delicious produce available at the market) was well received by those who attended on the day.
The basis of farmers markets is that local artisan food producers and farmers provide a diverse range of produce at the market. The Goolwa Farmers Market has bread, and delicious Coorong Mullet and other burgers from Currency Creek. The bread products are made from flour produced by Lauke Mills. The market also has Olive Oil from Finniss and Goolwa North and Brew Box Coffee from locally roasted beans. La Belle Ratatouille has a marvellous range of French delicacies. There is locally caught fish, SA prawns and Crayfish and local smoked fish. There are biscuits, cakes, condiments, locally grown veg from Tooperang and Ian and Gina Easts fantastic berries and baked goods. These items are a mere sample of what is available at the regular fortnightly markets.
In addition, local musicians regularly appear at the market to add to the fun of a relaxing stroll to investigate the marvellous local goods that are available.
In keeping with the farmers market ethos, membership of the market is available at a nominal cost – members receive discounts from all stall-holders.
After two years it is still early days for the Goolwa Farmers Market but after a steady start the market is building support for the future.