6 reasons to shop at a farmers’ market with your family

6 reasons to shop at a farmers’ market with your family

By Andrea Paran, Communications Volunteer at Melbourne Farmers Markets Shopping for your family’s weekly groceries doesn’t have to be a hurried duck into the supermarket or a late-night scan over the current online specials, and why should it be an unglamorous weekly...
Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School

Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School

Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School from Winter Melbourne Farmers Markets is delighted to announce that the Coburg Farmers’ Market has found a new home and will be relocating to Coburg Primary School (92 Bell Street, Coburg 3058) from Saturday 2...
Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Chestnuts – the nut season is here!

Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Chestnuts – the nut season is here!

By Nicholas Kennedy, Communications Volunteer at Melbourne Farmers Markets. Nuts are something of a fascination to me and right now we’re in the thick of the season. As far as their place within the grand food kingdom, there’s nothing quite like them. Savoury or...
Coburg Farmers’ Market seeks new home

Coburg Farmers’ Market seeks new home

Coburg North Primary School has received substantial funding from the State Government to upgrade their school buildings and grounds.  We’ve been working with the School Council for some time to include the Coburg Farmers’ Market into their planning and stages of...
Your Seasonal Guide to February

Your Seasonal Guide to February

Fabulous February Wow, it must be nearly Christmas! I seem to have blinked and missed the last one!! Melbourne Farmers Markets are delighted to announce we are happily housed in our new offices in Alphington. It’s been a wonderful five years in the Collingwood...
FIRE SALE FUNDRAISER THIS FRIDAY

FIRE SALE FUNDRAISER THIS FRIDAY

A fire whipped through Tellurian Fruit Gardens and Mt Alexander Fruit Gardens last Monday, damaging around 300 trees. Some will survive, others are partially damaged and many will have to be removed. For every tree that dies, it’s several years of fruit...