Capital Region Farmers Markets
Visit the largest regional markets in the Southern Tablelands. Be lured by the smell of freshly ground coffee, the reassuring dirt on the potatoes, honey still warm from the hive, oranges beaming in the sun and the hum of chatter between the producers and their customers.
Reward yourself with the region's freshest produce and the most flavoursome fare from over 100 stallholders. Taste the exciting seasonal characteristics and diversity of the region.
Be tantalised by fruits, vegetables, plants, flowers, seafood, cakes, condiments, meats, cheeses and more.
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELLER RATING
Ranked #53 of 195 things to do in Canberra on TripAdvisor
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELLER REVIEWS
Reviewed on 12 Aug 2016
Apart from the distance from the parking area, this is probably the best representation of a true local farmers market. And clearly so judging by the throngs of locals doing their meat, cheese, and...
Reviewed on 22 May 2016
We visited the market on Saturday morning and as all good markets - it was crowded! The queue for coffee at Wagonga Coffee was long but moved very quickly. Well worth the wait for a tasty cup...
Reviewed on 20 May 2016
The markets open at 7:30 on Saturdays but there are already a fair few dedicated people there at that time - even in the colder months. Parking, and even navigating around the stalls, gets harder...
- Coach Parking
- Public Toilet