Genuine Farmers’ Market
Please note: the Farmer’s Market is cancelled until further notice.
When: 1st Saturday of the month (8am to 1pm)
Where: Anzac Park, Marine Drive, Tea Gardens
What to expect: Enjoy an authentic farmers’ market on the first Saturday of the month. This small but genuine farmer’s market is a wonderful place for producers and the community to come together. At these markets you can be assured that you are only buying direct from the farmer or producer. You are able to talk with each farmer about their produce, talk about ways of cooking and storing your purchases and gain an understanding of where your food comes from.
For full details and the most up to date information on the Genuine Farmers’ Market visit our Facebook page.
Tea Gardens Markets
When: 3rd Saturday of the month (9am to 1pm)
Where: Myall Quays Shopping Centre, Myall Rd, Tea Gardens
Plus: Additional markets run on the Saturday of long weekends (so some months there is more than one market).
What to expect: At the Tea Gardens markets you will find local produce, artisan products, jewellery, things for your pets, clothing and more. A sausage sizzle is usually on the BBQ and the local shops are open for coffee and other goodies. For full details and the most up to date information on the Tea Gardens Markets visit our Facebook page.
Nabiac Farmers’ Market
When: Last Saturday of the month (8am to 12 noon) (Calendar)
Where: Nabiac Showground, Showground Ln, Nabiac
Distance from Tea Gardens: Nabiac is an 84.3 km drive (54 minutes) north of Hawks Nest/Tea Gardens via the Pacific Hwy.
What to expect: At the Nabiac Farmers’ Market, you will find artisan bread, fermented drinks, ethically raised lamb, beautiful hand-made pottery, award-winning preserves (home-made of course), and much more. You can get your morning coffee and indulge in a bacon and egg roll. The stalls are scattered throughout the showground and inside the pavilion. It feels like a constant journey of discovery as you work your way through the different areas of the market. All-in-all this is a very impressive market – particularly when considering the size of Nabiac. Oh, and when you’re finished at the market, take a stroll around Nabiac. It has many interesting shops with plenty to see in the way of curiosities, collectables and antiques. Nabiac also has a lovely village atmosphere and lots of places to eat and drink. (Facebook.)