SAGE Farmers Market at Riverside Park, Moruya 3pm onwards
When you buy something at the SAGE Farmers Market, you can be confident that the person you’re buying it from either grew it, harvested it or made it. That’s what makes a farmers market different. There are no middle-men, no wholesalers and everything was grown and made within our local area. When people can buy local produce every week as part of a normal shopping routine, it has a huge impact on the community. The public demand for locally grown and locally made is enormous and shows no sign of diminishing.
Batemans Bay Makers & Growers Market: held every Thursday at Market Place - 2 Edward Road, Batehaven. 10.30-2.00pm. Our sister market is held Wednesday 11.30 -2.30 at 158 Edward Road, Batehaven.
The Batemans Bay Makers and Growers Market brings together a diverse range of locally grown fresh food, baked goods and quality handmade items.
Bermagui Growers Market is held in the lee of the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf, each Thursday afternoon.
Stock up on things for your own kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion. Think oysters, breads and dairy, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats. When the market closes at 6pm, grab a spot on the foreshore watch the sun go down.
During spring and summer daylight saving time the market is held from 3pm to 5pm and in autumn and winter from 2.30pm to 4.30pm.
While Bermagui is south of the Eurobodalla it is a great day trip and well worth exploring for its cafes, restaurants and sights so put aside a whole day and wander.
Nelligen Markets 2nd Saturday 9:30 til 2pm Nelligen Mechanics Institute Hall
Local arts, crafts, preserves, plants, bric-a-brac... treasures for everyone. Held in the Nelligen Hall every second Saturday of the month. Spend the day on the beautiful Nelligen foreshore.
Moruya Country Markets at Riverside Park, Moruya 7:30am to 1:30pm
Browse around 120 stalls, many local quality arts, hand crafts, fresh produce and more. Enjoy the beautiful river scenery and bustling Moruya Country Market atmosphere. Be taste tempted by stalls with delicious hot & cold food, drinks & fresh juice.
Wide concrete paths at Riverside Park provide easy access for everyone. Large children's playground with great flying fox, slides and swings. Lots of carparks or drive down the back for easy parking. Listen to live music by talented local musicians.
Explore the South Coast by seaplane that takes off adjacent to the markets.
Open every Saturday morning 7.30am to 12.30pm. Public toilets onsite
Central Tilba Growers Market 8am to 12pm Central Tilba Big Hall
Make it, Bake it, Sew it, Grow it. Inside Central Tilba Big Hall in the main street. Being indoors, it is a great outing Rain, Hail or Shine!
A variety of stalls selling a range of products including fresh fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, local honey, jams and preserves, delicious baked treats, plus much more.
Sunday Markets @ Clyde River Foreshore - 1st Sunday of the month 9am to1pm
Sunday Markets Batemans Bay are on the 1st and the 3rd Sunday of the month. You will find many different stalls from fresh produce, food stalls, coffee to clothing, candles and home decorations.
The Dalmeny Meet The Makers Markets - 2nd Sunday of month @ Dalmeny Community Hall on Mort Avenue Dalmeny, starting at 8.30am till approximately 1pm. You will find some amazing Homegrown and Handmade goodies and get to have a chat with the very clever and passionate Makers!Hosted By: The Narooma District Lions Club
Narooma Rotary Markets - Fourth Sunday of the month, NATA Oval Narooma (behind Visitors' Centre) 8.30-1pm
A wide variety of stalls including plants, produce, clothing, jewellery, crafts, timber products, handbags, preserves, spices, paintings, tools, antiques, collectables, bric-a-brac and more. Food stalls include pizzas, coffee & pastries, barbecue, smoothies & juices.
Other major annual markets:
The South Coast Regional Exhibition of Woodwork Held over the June long weekend each year in Central Tilba the annual exhibition showcases the exquisite work of local wood crafters from north of Batemans Bay to south of Eden, with hundreds of handcrafted items on display and for sale with demonstrations throughout the weekend.
The Batemans Bay Antiques and Collectibles Fair
Held in July each year
The Batemans Bay Antiques and Collectibles Fair is held at the Batemans Bay Basketball Stadium, Hanging Rock Place, Batemans Bay
Be seduced by the variety of antiques and collectibles from a large number of Australia's dealers. Enjoy delicious meals and refreshments while you buy, sell or trade.
Art on the Path @ Broulee: held over summer
Be inspired by local artists who recycle discarded materials to create new treasures. The market showcases Landcare works, the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens, Eurobodalla Shire Council Natural Resource team, local students' environmental and recycled projects, local artists who use recycled produce and environmental community groups like the Nature Coast Marine Group, Australian Seabird Rescue and Broulee Community Association.
Art on the Path is a community run market, stalls can only sell locally made art and craft. Art on the Path is held three times over summer on the Broulee Path, along Coronation Drive, Broulee, opposite the supermarket
Bermagui Seaside Fair held March every year
The Bermagui Seaside Fair is a multi-award winning community event located between beautiful. Bermagui Harbour and scenic Horseshoe Bay. More information here
It is a free fun filled day for everyone.