Talbot Farmers' Market runs on the third Sunday every month from 9am-1pm at Scandinavian Crescent and Camp Street, Talbot. Seasonal produce direct from farm to consumer, fine delicacies, local wine, home-grown fruit, vegetables and live music. Visit the town hall market where you will also find crafts and treasures.
A variety of stalls including fine wines, fussily fed and cured meats, cheese, fruit liqueurs, freshly baked bread, preserves, honey, seedlings, chooks, pigs, stock feed, flowers, eggs, home-grown and organic fruit and vegetables and live music.
One of the most successful farmers' markets in Victoria in one of the smallest towns with more than 70 stalls, Talbot Farmers' Market produce includes; Organic Vegies, Seasonal Fruit, Cheese, Honey, Tomatoes, Olives, Flaxseed Oils, Fruit, Finely Brewed Beer, Wine, Nuts, Cakes, Muesli, Dressings, Breads, Pastries, Native Plants, Mulch, Fruit Trees, Pet Foods, Olive Oil Soap, Lavender Products, Composting Worms, Large Black Pigs, Ducks, Chooks and a constantly evolving seasonal selection.
Talbot is between Clunes and Maryborough and is the southern gateway to the central Victorian goldfields. It is less than two hours from Melbourne, 40 minutes from Ballarat and 30 minutes from Avoca.
Explore gold rush architecture and mysterious winding streets, to find the old railway station and its myriad mysteries of railway memorabilia and drought tolerant succulents, and visit Slightly Bent Books. You could have a super Sunday roast at the Court House Hotel.
Pop into Fanny's Flat vintage clothing and Corridor Art Gallery, A Life Less Ordinary, What A Find, Amherst Cellar Door or Third Street Promenade on Scandinavian Crescent for shopping and information.