The secret behind Victoria’s longest-running farmers’ market
27.11.2019

The secret behind Victoria’s longest-running farmers’ market

Yarra Valley Regional Food Group Farmers' Market

How does Yarra Valley Regional Food Group Farmers’ Market stand out from the crowd?

Everyone comments on our stunning location. Our market is inside the historic timber barn at Yering Station Winery with lawns to run around on outside, shady trees to sit under and staggering views to admire.

Is there a particular theme to your market? 

There is. Everything at our market has been locally made or grown from the Yarra Valley itself, and that includes fresh fruit and veg, honey, eggs, bread, coffee, jams, chutneys, bikkies, ceramics, soaps, herbs and plants, and freshly cut flowers.

What food and drink is on offer?

Every month, you can get a great coffee made to order and orange juice freshly squeezed in front of you. And you can feast on crêpes, poffertjes (mini Dutch pancakes), paella and bacon and egg rolls for brekkie.

Does your market have any live music?

We are lucky enough to have had The Black Kites play for us for the last ten years and they’re hugely popular. People can take their food and drinks, throw a rug down on the grass and sit beneath the shade of the trees and enjoy a free concert.

Describe your market in five words.

Victoria’s longest-running farmers’ market.

Find Yarra Valley Regional Food Group Farmers’ Market at Yering Station, 38 Melba Highway, Yarra Glen on the third Sunday of every month from 9am-2pm. For more info, head to the Facebook page.