Manjimup Farmers Market

Manjimup Farmers Market

There are few farmers markets in WA where the produce is truly from the farmers you are buying directly from. The Manjimup Farmers Market has a true paddock to plate experience. Started by a passionate group of local farmers, who want to showcase the excellent produce which the Manjimup region grows. The markets are held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. Plus, the Saturday that falls on long weekends.

Manjimup Farmers Market

With good rainfall and nutrient rich soils, the farmland in the area is amongst the very best in Australia. The climate lends will to growing many types of fruit and veg, leading to an extensive offering at the market. You won’t get any fresher than this!

Manjimup Farmers Market

While a lot of fruit and veg is available year-round, much of it is seasonal. Visit during winter and you’ll find bountiful bunches of beetroot, as well as broccoli and apples. Spring greens like silver beet and spinach make an appearance from September. Summer brigs corn, garlic, lettuce and potatoes, with the warmer weather. If you visit in Autumn, expect to find stalls full of native finger limes, pomegranates, and many nut varieties.

As well as fruit and vegetables, there are also lots of country style preserves and freshly backed cakes on offer. Plus, there’s a selection of arts, crafts and the ever popular indoor plants.

Plenty of parking is available. And there’s a playground and skate park next to the markets, if you have grandchildren with you. If you’re heading to Manji, be sure to take an esky along and bring home some fresh treats from the Manjimup Farmers Market.

Manjimup Farmers Market

Find the Manji Farmers Market under the big white marquee at Manjin Park, Mottram Street.

Find things to do in Manjimup

Find more things to do in the Southern Forests region here.

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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