MORNINGTON FARMERS’ MARKET - VICTORIA
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The VFMA accredited Mornington Farmers' Market gives residents of Mornington and visitors to the area, the opportunity to buy fresh, seasonal food directly from the grower or maker. The market showcases a range of produce from the Mornington Peninsula and regional Victoria including organic vegetables & fruit, sourdough breads, Mt Martha mussels, grass-fed meats, local cheeses, wine & berries, free-range eggs, home-made conserves, sweet treats, savoury snacks and much more! Meet your local farmers and food producers, learn about where your food comes from, how it was grown, reared or made and come to discover that being a conscious consumer brings delicious rewards! Live music provides entertainment for all ages while market shoppers enjoy breakfast, brunch or lunch from the community run BBQ or other freshly made food vendors. Come and enjoy a great morning out in a stunning setting with family and friends - close to children's playground, Mornington pier, Mothers beach and Main Street shopping precinct! Mornington Farmers' Market is one of only two farmers’ markets on the Mornington Peninsula, which are accredited with the Victorian Farmers' Markets Association, a program that ensures authenticity amongst stallholders and supports Victorian agriculture. Consumers can rest assured that no resellers are permitted at the market and therefore they are buying directly from genuine producers.
Schnapper Point Drive
2nd Saturday of every month from 8:30am to 1:00pm
$2 for adults, children free. Proceeds donated to local community groups.
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Parking available on Schnapper Point Drive, Flinders Drive, the Esplanade or off Vancouver Street.
Live music or entertainment
Every market has live music & facepainting. Occasional: cooking demonstrations featuring market produce, pony rides.
Get a stall at this market
To get a stall at this market you can send an email to email@example.com to ask if there are any openings.
Stallholders must be accredited with the Victorian Farmers’ Markets Association or be prepared to apply for accreditation. See www.vicfarmersmarkets.org.au for more information on the accreditation program.