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Berwick Farmers and Craft Market
The Rotary Club of Berwick has proudly operated the first Farmers Market in the Berwick area for over 10 years. The market is held on the 4th Saturday of every month from 8.00 am until 12.30 pm. The December market is a twilight one from 4.00 pm until 8.00 pm just before Christmas.  The venue is the magnificent grounds of The Old Cheese Factory at 34 Homestead Road, Berwick.
The stalls are many and varied.  There is lots of seasonal fresh produce from local growers and farmers.  Depending on the time of year there is fresh juicy strawberries, beef, pork, lamb, chicken, biscuits, pasta, fresh garden vegetables, jams & chutney, free range eggs, fresh bread and sour dough, cut flowers, apples, stone fruits, pure honey and lots more.
Come by with the family, and stock up on some new items and old favourites.
Enjoy the famous Rotary egg and bacon rolls and sausages while you shop.  Listen to the jazz band.  The kids will love the playground!
The Rotarian's give their time freely with a smile.  All proceeds from the gate entry and BBQ go towards The Rotary Club of Berwick local community and international projects. For more information about the Rotary Club of Berwick ask anyone at the gate or the BBQ.
For any inquiries please email: manager@berwickfarmerscraftmarket.com.au
 
 
 

FAQs

Q. Does the Market operate all year round?
Yes, we operate all year round including Christmas and New Year period. Find out about any closure dates throughout the year via our News section and follow us on Facebook.

Q. Is there an entry fee to the Market?
Yes, entry to the public is by $2 Donation per adult. Parking is free with plenty of space available.

Q. Are you on the Southside of Berwick? 
Yes. We commonly get called the Farmers Market. The Market at the Farmers Market at the ‘Old Cheese Factory’. We are definitely known as Berwick Farmers & Craft Market.

Q. Can I sell buy or sell craft at the Market? 
Yes, the Market caters for farm, food products and quality craft.

Q. What can I buy at the Market? 
Products sold at the Market have been approved by the Market Committee. Products include fresh fruit and vegetables, seafood, meat, bread and baked goods, honey, nuts, chocolates, wine, cheeses, craft and much more. See our Stallholders Directory page for a full list of the stallholders and the products they offer.

Q. What defines a producer? 
Someone who grows makes or creates a farm and/or food product, craft item.

Q. Where is the Market held? 
The Market is held at ‘Old Cheese Factory’ located at 34 Homestead Road, Berwick 3806 (Map Ref: Melways 131A2) just off Clyde Road. You can view a location map here.

Q. How can I pay for my goods at the Market? 
Most stallholders accept cash only, with a few select stallholders accepting EFTPOS or credit card. There are NO ATMs located at the Market.

Q. When are you open? 
8.00am to 12.30pm on 4th Saturday each month. Find out about our market dates throughout the year via our News section and follow us on Facebook.

Q. Do you have the same stallholders every single week? 
Mostly, but stallholders can change occasionally depending on what produce is in season and available.  We are also constantly looking at expanding the market and introduce stallholders with new produce and products.

Q. How do I get there? 
You can get directions and a helpful location map here.

Q. Is there disabled parking onsite? 
Yes, the parking has recently been upgraded to include a number of disabled parking spots near the main entrance.

Q. Can I bring my dog in to the Market?
Dogs are allowed in the Market area (that includes stallholders’ dogs). Dogs must be on a leash or harness at all times and tethered outside of the market area.

Q. Is your Market child friendly? 
Yes, we welcome people of all ages. Kids love getting amongst all the colourful produce, having a taste of something new, meeting our friendly stallholders and participating in many activities that we program for them throughout the year.