4th saturday of the month

Stallholders

We have created a list of our all of our stallholders and included any details regarding potential orders or deliveries.

Barkin Good Bites – doggie treats for your favourite pooch

Brezel Madle – authentic german pretzels

Boonderoo Bread – Cakes and coffee on market day

Bowerbird Nursery  Find them online and send through an order. Pick up available from Tolmie

Buck’s Farm – homemade jams, sauces, pickled & fresh fruit and vegetables

Cherrytime Orchard – cherries & berries in season. A range of vegetables

Cheeky Rascal Cider – available at market and online store

The Chai Pantry – Available at market and via online store

The 3 Bees Honey – Available at market and via online store

Delatite Special Occasions – Orders available for delivery. Limited selection available at The Produce Store

Goulburn Valley Pork – available at market and via online orders

How Now Dairy – available at market and online

Jillicious – available at Mansfield IGA. Contact for more information

King Valley Walnuts – available in their online store OR at The Produce Store

Little Cedar Farmhouse Goat Cheese – market, online and at farm gate

Maindample Imperial Produce – contact for more information

My Little Potting Shed

Sprocket’s Hatchery – keep an eye on their Facebook page for details. Anyone wanting to purchase chooks should contact prior to the market to confirm availability.

Swiftcrest Distillery – Available at market, online and at The Produce Store

Turkish Star Bread – only available from markets

Verduci Produce – only available at markets

Mansfield Farmers market

You can find us on the 4th Saturday of the month in the median strip between the Post Office and the Delatite Hotel. (Feb – Dec)
8.30am – 1pm

Contact Info

market@walkerevents.com.au

The Mansfield Farmers’ Market operates on Taungurung country.  We acknowledge the  Taungurung people as the traditional custodians of this region and pay our respects to Taungurung people past and present. We are committed to a positive future for the Aboriginal community.