The Newcastle City Farmers Market is a great place to find fresh produce, handcrafted gourmet treats, and the freshest delights of the local farmers and makers.
This weekly farmers market is a perfect place to meet the maker and the farmer. as well as learn more about how and where these produce are grown or made, and how best to use them, how to cook, taste-test, all while you shop around the pavilions that seem like a green paradise.
Here’s your opportunity to visit a showcase every week of local produce at Hunter Valley, wines, gourmet delights, among others. The Farmers Market hosts cooking shows where we get the freshest and most delicious ingredients from local farmers and producers.
For a great shopping experience, visit the Hunter’s Artisan stalls. They sell the best range of quality goods, including clothing made from vintage material, jewelry makers, hand-made wooden toys and painters. Click for more.
You can buy most of what you need to feed, clothe and surprise your family at the Newcastle City Farmers and Makers Market, which is filled with local products, and everything is made with passion.
Newcastle Farmers and Makers Markets are held most Sundays, no matter the weather. You’ll find it all right here.
The markets that are most successful grow from a solid business plan with a strong foundation and excellent management. The Fine Food Market grew from a small business started twenty years ago to one of the most popular markets in the North East.
NSW Farmers Markets has been operating farmers’ markets since 1999 when it ran its very first farmers’ market at the historic river port of Morpeth, New South Wales. Check it out here.
Creative folks started up the Original Fine Food Market, now the base of Newcastle Museum, at the Honeysuckle Railway Sheds in March 2000. The fine food market lasted a fleeting eight months.
Farmers’ markets have mushroomed across Australia since the early trials and tribulations. They’ve become an important food industry for both food producers and the public.
Over the years, the market has connected new farmers and artisans to hungry crowds alike through its rigorous efforts. What’s good is that a lot of these creators still attend the market even after a lot of years have passed. It’s like the market brings together local farmers and producers, just like the markets of yesteryears.
Farmers Markets are very good for farmers, but they are also good for product development, the local economy, sustainability, the environment, and tourism. The Newcastle City Farmers Market is one of the company’s initiatives that commenced in 2004 at the Broadmeadow Basketball Stadium.
Customers and consumers from different backgrounds at Hunter Valley, Mid-North Coast, and even from Sydney come to the Newcastle City Farmers Market. Even locals from the suburbs of Newcastle and those from the neighbouring Lake Macquarie gather here.
NSW Farmers Markets Pty Ltd® operates other quality farmers markets, including the Gosford City Farmers Market, the Lake Macquarie City Farmers Market, and the Wyong City Farmers Market. They allow you to buy local food from local farmers so you can support a local farmer and help the local rural community.
Embedded Driving Directions from Newcastle City Farmers Market to Jesmond Park
Written Driving Directions from Newcastle City Farmers Market to Jesmond Park
Start: Newcastle City Farmers Market
Restricted usage road
Continue to follow A15
End: Jesmond Park
Embedded Driving Directions from WASP Industries to Newcastle City Farmers Market
Written Driving Directions from WASP Industries to Newcastle City Farmers Market
Start: WASP Industries
Get on New England Hwy/A43 from Weakleys Dr