Erskineville Farmers’ Market

Shopping, Markets
Fresh produce in boxes at a market
Photograph: Time Out

Time Out says

There’s a new organically grown, freshly picked kid on the Inner West market block

When it comes to sustainably-minded shopping, Sydney’s got a pretty great line-up of vendors who leap between fabulous farmers' markets at Carriageworks, Marrickville, Bondi and more. Now, the Inner West has even more choice with the brand new Erskineville Farmers’ Markets. They’ll be setting up at Erskineville Public School every Saturday from 9am-2pm offering a place to buy fresh produce and locally made treats.

Food will be the clear focus, and we’ll be getting the goods from Sydney favourites like Brickfields bakery, the ploughers from Pocket City Farm, and the cheese artisans from Kristen Allan Cheesemaker. There’ll also be an activity area featuring a different workshop or demo each week, and a sustainable craft corner for kids.

No matter what treats they’re selling, all the stalls at this market will be doing their bit for the earth; it’s officially a green zone, with no plastic bottles for sale and all food and drink vendors required to transition to veg ware.


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