Kalamunda Farmers Markets

Kalamunda Farmers Market

Each and every Sunday morning, the Perth Hills town of Kalamunda is bustling with the delicious Farmers Market. It’s a great local event to stock up my fridge with fresh, locally grown fruit and veggies, and to enjoy a tasty breakfast.

Kalamunda Farmers Market

We buy lots of fresh veggies from the various market stalls. The prices are often much better value than the supermarkets. We picked up some big parsnips for $8kg (at the time, $2kg less than coles). The cauliflower we had was lovely and I also got some tomatoes (that hadn’t been exposed to sprays) and a bag of snow peas – freshly picked from a Walliston vegetable garden the night before.

Kalamunda Farmers Market

You’ll often find baked goods, macarons, honey, cheese stalls, fresh seafood, lots of food to eat and try.

Kalamunda Farmers Market

A large range of artisan stalls changes frequently.

Kalamunda Farmers Market

And why not treat yourself to a bunch of flowers!

Kalamunda Farmers Market

My husband finds it difficult to resist the Elmars stall and their giant frypan of snags. Their German sausages with some fried onions and sauerkraut are so tasty!

Kalamunda Farmers Market

There’s also freshly grown plants. The plant stall sells a large variety of plants, indoor, outdoor, succulents as well as herbs and vegetable seedlings.

Kalamunda Farmers Market

The Farmers Wife, who has a juice stall, is also a hills local from down the road in Karragullen (near Pickering Brook). Her juices are always refreshing. There’s live music, which creates a great atmosphere and a free bouncy castle for the grandkids.

Kalamunda Farmers Market

We love the sense of community the Kalamunda Farmers Markets bring. It’s also the perfect way to start a day in the hills; there are lots of lovely gift shops in Kalamunda. First Avenue in Barbery Square has some great kitchenware. Afterwards, enjoy a drive around the Bickley Valley Wineries and stop somewhere for lunch.

Kalamunda Farmers Market

Find the Kalamunda Markets on every Sunday in Central Mall, Kalamunda, 8am until noon.

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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