Our Current Producers

Below is a list of our current producers with their contact phone number.

Each producer's name is linked to their individual page.

Click their name to find out about their farm business in the Great Southern Region of Western Australia.

Bathgate Farm (Potato & Vegetable Farmers)

Phone: 08 98425196

Bathgate Farm is a family business developed by Andrew and Jocelyn Bathgate. It is located near Albany on the south coast of Western Australia. We grow potatoes, vegetable and salad crops for sale at the Albany Farmers Market and to selected local restaurants and retailers. Our interest is growing food that we like to eat using a practical but environmently healthy approach. Many of the varieties we grow are unconventional and have been selected for their flavour and cooking qualities. Our passion is to share our experience in producing and preparing fresh produce. We also grow seed potatoes which we supply to the nursery industry.

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Phone: 0459300263

Bred co specialise in wild fermentation, utilising native yeast and traditional methods to transform local produce. Our sourdough is made with freshly milled wheat, sourced direct from Grant and Lindsay Tuckwell at St. Alban's farm in Kondinin. Our standard range of fermented products includes kimchi, sauerkraut, turmeric kraut, beetroot kraut and apple cider vinegar. Seasonal ferments will be featured throughout the year.

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Denmark Apples

Phone: 0413 306 902

Bill and Julie Lax grow luscious tree ripened, sweet, crunchy apples to tempt taste buds through autumn and winter. Royal Gala, Jonagold, Splendor, Braeburn, Fuji and Pink Lady are just a few of the thirteen varieties grown. Citrus fruit is available in late winter and spring, and other fruits are available as seasonal conditions dictate. Denmark Apple farm is situated in the Scotsdale Valley, Denmark, and is a small family-run operation without large machinery and huge infrastructure. Their army of ducks and guinea fowl forage insects during daylight hours keeping bug numbers low. They manage the orchard using minimum sprays, as they too have to live and work in the environment with their fruit trees.

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Dr Goodness (Free Range Pork)

Phone: 08 98422687

Free Range Pork on their farm 10kms North of Albany

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Eden Gate Blueberry Farm and Microgreens

Phone: 08 98452003

The farm site was selected for its unique characteristics which made it ideal for growing blueberries. Eden Gate Blueberry Farm produces top quality blueberries with a range of value-added products for different markets, and provides a comprehensive farm tourism experience for visitors. Eden Gate Blueberry Farm values the provision of top quality products, the satisfaction of their customers, ethical behaviour in all their dealings, the importance and welfare of their employees, the importance of their environment, and the need to farm sustainability. They strive to remain up to date in their knowledge of the industry and are actively involved in the Australian Blueberry Growers Association and the Rainbow Coast Commercial Horticulturalists. Eden Gate Blueberry Farm is a Gold Aussie Host business.

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Habitat Tree Farm Living Herbs

Phone: 08 98409018

Damaris Waschk and her partner, Robert Underwood, have run their nursery, landcare consulting and tree planting business since 1989. Damaris looks after the nursery, while Rob’s work takes him all over the region. Damaris started growing herbs some years ago using compost-based potting mixes. The herbs are grown outside and no sprays have been used.

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Handasyde Organics

Phone: 08 98443419

NASAA Organically Certified. The season is now finished. See everyone when we are back in late September/early October all weather dependant of course! Main Fruits are Strawberry and Raspberry Also available in season Blueberry, Boysenberry Passionfruit, Lime & Lemon. ALSO Conventionally grown Strawberries and coming on stream GELATO, SORBET, JAMS AND PRESRVES + stay tuned

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Howard & Bev Shapland Vegetable Growers

Phone: 08 98451064

Howard and Bev Shapland grow a vast range of vegetables which they supply to local shops, restaurants and to their farm gate sales. They have a large variety of hydroponic speciality lettuce, English spinach and herbs. Seasonal vegetables include cauliflower, broccoli, pumpkin, sweetcorn, zucchini, eggplant, capsicum and rockmelon.

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King River Avocados & Persimmons

Phone: 08 98443245

King River Avocados is one of the first avocado orchards established in the Albany region. Located in the Millbrook Valley, 18 km. from Albany, the trees grow on heavy red river loam soils. Simon and Sue Keast, having completed variety research, now concentrate on late varieties – Reed and Hass. The climate of cool long-growing conditions with harvest in late summer allows these avocados to develop dense and strongly flavoured flesh. The growers strive for good quality, unblemished fruit using a system of insecticide-free production. The orchard is small – approx 150 trees ranging from 30-year-old trees to recent plantings in 2004. The Albany Farmers Market has become the sole source of direct sale for King River Avocados.

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Payneham Vale Organics Lamb, Beef, Egg, Olive and Vegetable Farmers

Phone: 0444 535 231

Ron and Sue Watkins operated for many years their 552 hectare (1364 acre), third-generation family farm, Payneham Vale, in Frankland in Western Australia's wool belt. Their diverse on-farm enterprises included sheep, cattle, broadacre crops, olives, poultry and vegetables The farm was certified organic in the late 1990s. Ron runs a sustainable farming consultancy, which advises some 60 clients. He was instrumental in forming and running the Land Management Society of Western Australia and has received numerous international and national awards for his innovative work in the sustainable agriculture sector. Ron and Sue have now moved to a new property in Youngs Siding where they continue to farm beef and eggs, and have maintained their organic certification .

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Perfect Poultry

Phone: 08 98328018

Under Construction Please come back soon

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Piacun Honey and Olive Oil, Eggs

Phone: 08 98446138

Steve and Ann are a husband and wife team who started their honey business in 1997. After the downturn in the wool and sheep industries, they decided to diversify into honey production, olives and free-range eggs. They have a property at Boxwood Hill (103km. east of Albany), and a small property 12km. west of Albany. At Boxwood Hill, they have a substantial amount of virgin bush, which enables them to produce honey of the highest possible quality. The ranges of floral sources are mallee, eucalyptus and yate in the east, and jarrah, marri, karri and taylorina, closer to Albany. All the honey they market is sourced entirely from their own production. Their honey is not blended and is handled as little as possible. What the bees put in the hives is what ends up in the jar! We believe this ensures the top quality and purity of our Honey.

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Porongurup Pure (Sheep & Cow Milk Dairy)

Phone: 08 98531021

Scott and Nicole farm East Friesan sheep on the North side of the Porongurup Ranges. The establishment of a dairy and cheese making facility is a new business venture for them, with production starting in earnest in Autumn 2014. They now have a small herd of Jersey cows and are bringing to market low heat pasteurized MILK, YOGHURT and CREAM and soon cheeses

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Royale Patisserie

Phone: 08 98428860

Local award winning bakery. Freshly baked handcrafted bread every Saturday – sough dough, French baguette, rye, grain, wholemeal, Italian styles, Turkish bread. Also available a tempting range of pastries – pies and sausage rolls.

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Summer House Supplies

Phone: 08) 9845 1556

We are in the market every 2nd Saturday with our range of Jams and preserves all made from Great Southern produce

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The Honey Shop

Phone: 08 98416192

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Torbay Asparagus & Raspberries

Phone: 08 98451045

Phillip and Sheelagh Marshall were dairy farmers in UK before coming to Australia in 1970. They started farming in the Torbay region, near Albany, in early 1971 with beef cattle. They planted asparagus in 1972 and were amongst the first commercial growers of asparagus in WA, starting to pick in 1974. They helped establish the WA Asparagus Growers’ Association in 1986, to assist other growers in the region. They have grown a huge number of different vegetables, fruits and wild flowers over the years, whilst still keeping the beef herd. They are also still growing sweetcorn which began in 1978, as well as raspberries, boysenberries, silvanberries and loganberries, which began in 1993. Founding members of the Albany Farmers Market, they bring produce to the market every week during the growing seasons.

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Touchwood Mushrooms

Phone: 0438 409 088

Oyster Mushrooms and Shitake Mushrooms from Denmark. Also their varietal range of wines under their label Somerset Hill Wines

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Willow Creek Avocados

Phone: 08 98464300

Willow Creek Avocados is owned and run by Tom and Jocelyn Wilkinson. Originally strawberry farmers for 30 years they have now ceased growing strawberries for sale. They now concentrate on their 1200 avocado trees. The oldest avocado trees were planted 10 years ago and are now producing well, which they now bring to the Albany Farmers Market. Their participation in the Farmers Market has added another dimension to their business because it enables them to offer produce in a fresh condition to local people who otherwise might not have access to it.

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If you require any further information please contact the Market Coordinator by e-mail at farmersmarketalbany@bigpond.com
or Phone (08) 9841 4312

Postal Address: 9, Drew Lane Albany 6330 Western Australia.

What We Sell

Here is a Brief List of produce sold at the Albany Farmers Market.

Please remember this is a seasonal market and all produce may not be available at this time.


  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries
  • Blueberries
  • Tropical berries
  • Sylvan berries
  • Boysen Berries
  • Cherries
  • Passion Fruit
  • Banana
  • Passionfruit
  • Mandarins
  • Navel Oranges
  • Valencia Oranges
  • Lemons
  • Grapefruit
  • Apples
  • Pears
  • Peaches
  • Nectarines
  • Plums
  • Tamarillos
  • Avocado
  • Rock Melon
  • Watermelon
  • Rhubarb.
  • Frozen Berries including Raspberries and Blueberries


  • Potatoes
  • Cauliflower
  • Broccoli
  • Beetroot
  • Carrots
  • Leeks
  • Swede
  • Turnip
  • Celeriac
  • Kohl Rabi
  • Fennel Bulbs
  • Runner Beans
  • French Beans
  • Celery
  • Garlic
  • Cabbage
  • Bok Choy
  • Zucchini
  • Eggplant
  • English Spinach
  • Silver Beet
  • Chard
  • Kale
  • Sweet corn
  • Capsicum
  • Asparagus
  • Jerusalem Artichokes
  • Snow Peas
  • Sugar Snap Peas
  • Pumpkin
  • Sweet Potato
  • Red Onions
  • White Onions
  • Brown Onions
  • Broad Beans
  • Shelling Peas


  • Every type of lettuce and Tomato
  • Cucumbers
  • Capsicum
  • Spring Onions
  • Fresh Herbs
  • Potted herbs for the garden
  • Microgreens
  • Pea tendrils
  • Mizuna
  • Red and Green Mustard
  • Salad Bowls


  • Beef
  • Lamb
  • Chicken
  • Pork
  • All are free range, some organic and all offer value added products such as sausages.


  • Low heat pasturised Full Cream milk and Low Fat Milk
  • Old Style Thick Cream
  • Chocolate Milk
  • Iced Coffee Milk
  • Yoghurt and Greek Yoghurt
  • Panir Cheese
  • Halloumi Cheese
  • Fromage Frais
  • Goat Milk: Cheeses and Yoghurt
  • Sheep milk: Cheeses and Yoghurt
  • Eggs: Including duck eggs and organically certified eggs


  • Mussels


  • Mussels
  • 20 Different Varieties of Honey
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Preserves
  • Pickles
  • Jams and Olives
  • Chutneys
  • Sauces and syrups.
  • Bread from locally grown and ground flour made by an artisan baker
  • Exotic Flowers - liliums and in season bulbs
  • Herbs and Native flowers potted for the garden

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