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create open-air markets that offer a rich variety of food and non-food stalls. Visitors can do their weekly food shopping with access to both certified organic and conventionally grown fresh fruit and veg, freshly baked bread and patisserie, artisan gourmet produce (and other delicacies like Aussie truffles), seasonal produce straight from the farmer, deli products, local and French cheese, fish, meat and more. Hungry shoppers can get their caffeine fix and enjoy some of Sydney's best hot food.

The markets also offer a range of non-food stalls, including vintage, fashion, jewellery, homewares, plants, and of course, eco-friendly, sustainable fair trade and healthy products. Each market has its own distinct character and offering.

Organic food markets are open every week, rain or shine. Enjoy meeting other like-minded, fun-loving, friendly foodies...people like you who care about our environment and want a more connected shopping experience.

*The phrases Organic and Biodynamic are widely used in Australia. Sometimes, unfortunately, some usages can be very misleading. You may wish to review this article which explains some of the problems and usage.

We use the expression Certified Organic to identify food, including Biodynamic food, which has been grown chemical free and with high standards of animal husbandry and has been checked by a third party. Where we believe a stall is carrying Certified Organic produce we give them one of these signs to display. If there is anything on their stall that is not Certified Organic it should be clearly noted as such by the stallholder.

Every Saturday
$65 a stall
Non-Food : Craft : Recycling

Market Matters

St Ives closed for two weeks

With the Show and the Chemical Clean up taking place on 18 & 25 May the market is having to close for two weeks. See you back at the Showground on 1 June.