The Rutherglen Farmers Market has been suspended due to the COVID-19 Virus, however, we will be back when the government deems safe to.
The Rutherglen Farmers Market brings together all that is seasonal, regional and beautiful about produce in North-East Victoria. Held on the second Sunday of every month the market attracts more than twenty-five stall holders offering everything from artisan breads, to seasonal fruits and vegetables, specialty meats, oils, jams, preserves, local honey, artisan wares and so much more.
Some tips for attending the Rutherglen Farmers' Market:
Visitors are encouraged to bring their own bag, basket or esky and to minimise waste.
Bring a sense of adventure. A farmer's market is the ideal place to try something that might not normally be on the shopping list.
Ask a question. Take the opportunity to talk to the person who grew or produced the product. You might even pick up some great recipe ideas.
The market changes with the seasons, buy fresh produce at its best.
Support the Lions Club. The Rutherglen Lions Club have been fueling up visitors with magnificent egg and bacon rolls from the very first market. Be sure to try one when you next visit.
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