Fresh, local produce direct from the farmer to you
8am – 12pm Every Saturday – Collie Street, Albany
Albany Farmers Market has been going strong since 2002 and is open every Saturday morning in the heart of Albany’s historic CBD. The market provides a place for local growers to sell their products direct to consumers, and for locals and visitors alike to access quality produce from across the region. The connections created between the customer and the people who grow their food builds a sense of community and helps support family farms in the Great Southern. The market has become a local hub for shopping and socialising in a relaxed outdoor atmosphere, and a must-visit tourist destination. There’s also coffee and delicious food for breakfast or lunch, and music to enjoy. We welcome you and look forward to meeting you at the market!
What you’ll find (depending on seasonal availability):
A large range of seasonal vegetables including lettuce varieties, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, beans, potatoes, tomatoes, onions, squash, courgettes, zucchini, leafy greens, pumpkin, eggplant, kale, rocket, capsicum, corn, fresh herbs, asparagus, mushrooms and more.
Fruits including apples and pears of many varieties, plums, limes, strawberries (organic and conventional), figs, avocado, passionfruit, rockmelon, watermelon, apricots and blueberries.
- Cow and goat milk and cheeses, and yoghurt
- Eggs, honey and olive oil
- Fresh bread and pastries.
- Beef, lamb, chicken and locally caught fish.
- Jams, pickles, chutneys and sauces.
- Blueberry products including liqueur.
- Vegetable seedlings and native plants.
- Coffee and hot food
Location and Parking
There is plenty of on-street and carpark parking available.
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