Visit Mudgee on the third Saturday of each month and you will find our Farmers Market in the grounds of St. Mary’s Catholic Church on the corner of Market and Church Streets in Mudgee. The Farmers Market is always a great morning and allows visitors and locals alike to sample and buy the great food produced in the Mudgee Valley.
Mudgee Makers Market are on this Saturday June 10th long weekend in St Marys Churchyard, 8.30am till 12.30pm
Local food and wine producers and artisans to come together for Mudgee’s biggest community market of the year. You will find Ceramics and silver jewellery next to award winning macarons or Olive Oil. Painters rub shoulders with textile artists, jewellers with bread makers – if it is handcrafted, baked, bottled or grown locally it will be for sale at this Makers Market.
The Mudgee Farm Walks focus on the grass roots level of production, where participants meet the farmers and learn exactly how the produce is grown. There is often the chance to pick your own and taste the delicious produce in its freshest state. Two farms are visited on the third Sunday of the month, and the Farm Walk for March 19th will have the best of both worlds. We visit an urban permaculture farm right here in Mudgee, and then pop out to Pipeclay Lane to check out the kitchen gardens and vineyard at Robert Stein’s Winery and Vineyard.
Click here for more details on the two farms, and how to book your ticket.
With the recent bush fire tragedies in our region, now is a good time to pause and think where your food comes from. Our farmers are out in all weather, and in conditions like last week, just trying to keep everything alive. At the Farmers Markets on Saturday we will be collecting funds for a Fodder Drive for the district farmers. Dunedoo CWA have put their hand up to co-ordinate collection of hay, grain and funds to help out the farmers who have lost all their grass and feed from fires. See the box on the raffle table if you wish to donate.
Otherwise all our usual stalls will be at the markets, so see you there early
For a full list of all stallholders at the February Farmers market on Saturday click here
January brings the heat, but it also brings lots of produce. Whilst the olive growers are watching their olives ripen on the trees, and the wine makers are watching the bunches of grapes swell on the vine, our fruit and veggie growers have been busy in the kitchen pickling, and preserving and there’s nothing like fresh jam on toast.
Be early on Saturday to miss the heat, and of course get to choose the full range of fresh produce before it all sells.
For a full list of all stallholders at the market on Saturday click here
THANK YOU to all our wonderful producers in the region for a bountiful and wonderful year. We have loved seeing the seasons come and go, the fruit ripen, the brews bubbling and the dough rising!
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A SAFE AND DELICIOUS NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL.
With just one week to go till Christmas day,The grounds of St Mary’s Church will be buzzing on Saturday morning.
It’s the last chance to get a bite at the cherry for this season – see Clearview, Roth Farm and Thornbrook orchard stalls.
The live music and aromas of freshly brewed coffee and sizzling bacon and egg rolls will keep you going while you taste your way around the market stocking up the pantry and fridges with Christmas fare. For that truly local feast there is free range pork and organic veggies to roast, mustards for the ham, bubbles for celebrating, plum puddings and cherries for dessert, and a huge range of sauces and pickles for every meal.
Many stallholders have ready to go gift packs, or pick up a farmers market bag and put together a range to suit your budget.
If you are feeling lucky pop by the raffle table for a chance to win one of 3 hampers (all valued over $100) of Mudgee wine and food.
– For a full list of all stallholders at the market on Saturday click here
Step out into spring sunshine at Saturdays Farmers Markets. Once you have started your day with a freshly brewed coffee and an egg and bacon roll, you are free to wander the paths and taste test all the olive oils, breads and pickles, vinegars and artisan cheeses that Mudgee region is well known for.
There is always lots to see, taste and buy at the Farmers Markets. This month’s news includes:
Luciano’s Bit on the Side will have this seasons Pure Horseradish grown at Riverlea.
Gooree Park will be back with fresh orange juice and also bagged oranges.
Falcon Grove‘s new product for folk that can’t eat nuts – Lesley’s Zaatar. Wonderful to use with dipping bread and oil, great on Chicken Wraps and the Sunday Lamb Roast.
New stallholder Anatinus launching their Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
Smokin’ Hot n Saucy are offering a meat plate and ribs (pork and beef) as well as their usual sandwiches and tacos.
Olivias Wholefoods has gluten free, dairy free & refined sugar free wholesome Beetroot Muffins, Cookies & Raw Slices.
Cudgegong Honey have 1kg tubs for $12 and 300g jars, $4.50 of their pure raw honey.
Bacchaus Range will have a fresh batch of the popular Cumquat and Ginger marmalade, and free white grapefruit with any purchase.
Martins Hill Organic will release their new style 2016 ROSE
Heslop Wines will have new releases of their 2016 White Frontignac, 2015 Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay, and 2013 Cabernet Shiraz.
For a full list of all stallholders for August click here