Why join us?
Southern Harvest Association is building a regional food brand; join us and be part of this growing fair food system. The markets provide a platform for local farmers and food producers to showcase and sell their produce whilst directly connecting with their customers. We are a network of passionate producers in the Southern region of New South Wales and enjoy the sense of community brought about by these farmers markets.
How often are the markets held?
The Bungendore market is held EVERY SATURDAY from 9am till 12pm in the Anglican Church grounds, corner of Gibraltar and Butmaroo Streets — with a capacity for up to 100 stalls. We currently have places available, including powered and larger vehicle sites.
Who buys at the market?
Bungendore is located under 30 minutes from Canberra and a lot of its residents commute to the capital for work through the week. On the weekends, it is a popular day trip for Canberra residents as well as being on the way to the Coast, the market is building a reputation and is attracting more customers all of the time.
Who sells at the market?
We have a large range of regular stallholders from eggs, honey, meat, vegetables, fruit, preserves, seafood, wine, olive oil, hot and cold food and more.
What does it cost?
Standard Site Bungendore, 3mx3m, $30 for Southern Harvest Members, $40 for non-members
Table Site Bungendore, 1.5mx2m, $20 for Southern Harvest Members, $25 for non-members
Community Stall Bungendore 10-30% Commission on sales
A limited number of 240V power outlets are available for $5 extra each.
All stalls are required to hold a minimum 20 million Public Liability Insurance, if you do not have your own, it is available for $5 extra for casual stallholders only.
Tables and marquees are sometimes available for hire — check with the market manager.
Who operates the market?
Southern Harvest Farmers Markets are one of the activities of Southern Harvest Association — a non-profit group run by producers, for producers in the South-East Region of NSW and ACT. The markets are run by a paid Market Manager plus a volunteer Southern Harvest Farmers Market Committee. This ensures professionalism and long term sustainability of the market.