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The Five Growers Markets you need to check out in Perth!


If you’re anything like me, you can probably relate to how easy it is to simply head down to your nearest XYZ chain supermarket to pick up your groceries. Convenient? Yes. Satisfying Questionable. 


Whether you want to start eating more sustainably, support local or simply after a fun morning out, it’s time to check out five of the best and lesser-known growers’ markets in Perth.


SUBI FARMERS MARKET

Community Page: Western Suburbs
Location: Subiaco Primary School (271 Bagot Road, Subiaco WA)
Open: Every Saturday 8am – 12pm
Facebook: @subifarmersmarket
Instagram: @subifarmersmarket
Website: http://subifarmersmarket.com.au/



Since 2009, the Subi Farmers Market has had a great selection of local and fresh produce, food, drinks, live music and even a petting zoo. Shake up your weekly grocery shop with a stop by Strange Grains Gluten Free Bakery, or enjoy brunch with friends at the Shak Shuka Authentic Moroccan Food stall.

Located at Subiaco Primary School, you’ll be happy to hear that all profits go straight to the school.




MOUNT CLAREMONT FARMERS’ MARKET

Community Page: Western Suburbs
Location: 103 Alfred Road, Mount Claremont
Open: Every Saturday 7.30am – 11.30am
Facebook: @mtclaremontfarmers
Instagram: @mtclaremontfarmers
Got dietary requirements? The Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market has you sorted.

With possibly the best variety of vegan, gluten free, dairy free, paleo and organic options around you’re spoilt for choice. Be sure to pick up some small batch jams from Little Farm Provedore or even grow your own mushrooms with a kit from Swan Valley Gourmet Funghi.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the great variety of farm fresh produce, food and even homemade goods including eco-friendly waxed food wraps and bento boxes. To top it off, market proceeds go to the Mount Claremont Primary School.


KYILLA COMMUNITY FARMERS’ MARKET



Community Page: Central
Location: Kyilla Park, Clieveden Street, North Perth WA
Open: Every Saturday 8am – 11.30am
Facebook: @KyillaFarmersMarket
Instagram: @kyillafarmersmarket

Need some new indoor plants, or to stock up on grass-fed beef straight from the farmer?

The Kyilla Community Farmers’ Market could be your new go-to. Some of the best stalls include Stomping Ground coffee, Roly Poly Farm and even a monthly knife sharpening service. Not only do all the proceeds go directly to the Kyilla Primary School next door, but the market is a great family day out complete with bouncy castles and a designated “Kyilla Kids Zone”.




STIRLING FARMERS MARKET

Community Page: Northern Suburbs
Location: 25 Cedric Street, Stirling WA 6021
Open: Every Sunday 7.30am – 11.30am
Facebook: @Stirling.Farmers.Market
Instagram: @stirlingfarmersmarket



Part of the Rotary Club of Karrinyup, the Stirling Farmers Market is the perfect Sunday stop.

Enjoy a tasty bao from T Sisters Fresh Foods while you take your pick from the numerous produce stalls including Regan’s Ridge for olive everything or Bookara Goat Dairy for delicious goats’ milk cheese.

Once you’ve filled your bags or maybe just your stomach, take a moment to soak up the live music while you sip on a well-deserved latte.



PALMYRA WESTERN FARMERS MARKETS

Community Page: Southern Suburbs
Location: 60 McKimmie Road, Palmyra
Open: Every Sunday 8am – 12pm
Facebook: @pallyfarm
Instagram: @palmyrafarmersmarket
From Pop Kulture Ferments’ potent vegan kimchi to A Little Bohemia’s beautiful flowers, the Palmyra Western Farmers Markets offers a refreshing selection of local artisan goodies alongside farm to table fruit and vegetables.

Pick up some unique handmade gifts from Macranay or try out some wholefood pantry staples from Scoop and Poor while you munch on one of All Grain Artisan Bakery’s delectable pastries.


Now you know where to find the freshest of fresh, what are you waiting for?
Adding one of these local growers’ markets to your weekend agenda? Don’t forget to tag #perthhappenings!

 

Sasha Spiers

Hi there! My name’s Sasha and I’m a proud dog mum to a miniature poodle named Abbey (she’s fabulous).

Born and raised in the tropics of South East Asia, I’ve since planted my feet in Perth and I can't believe how much this beautiful city has grown!

You’ll find me devouring delicious morsels at cute cafes, indulging in trashy reality tv shows, obsessing over health or #girlboss related reading material, checking out Perth’s latest fitness studio or at a local bar, drink in hand.