Northside Produce Market - Saturday June 20

We were overwhelmed by the joyous response from everybody who attended our first market back on June 6th having been closed for 2 months due to Covid-19. Everyone was so happy for the market to be open again and we look forward to being open again this Saturday, June 20th

From the June 6th market, we have made adjustments to better enable social distancing at the market and so you will find some stallholders will not be in their regular stall spaces. If you cannot find a stallholder, please ask one of our market staff and volunteers for help. We are always willing to assist with anything that we are able to. 

Thank you to everybody for practicing social distancing, Tap ‘n Go, Shop ‘n Go and pre-ordering.  These times are one of adjustments for all of us and we want the market to be as safe as possible a place to shop within. I appreciate your feedback and if you are not able to give it to me directly at a market, please email me:

We are thrilled to have Mandole Orchard join us this Saturday. This family run farm on Lake Wyangan in the Riverina prides itself on growing almonds sustainably with heart felt passion, dedication and commitment. No wonder we can’t stop eating them! From their almonds, fresh, single origin almond milk,  which is Australia's first is made and produced on the farm  - talk about straight from the source.

This market heralds the return of Australian Honey Cellars, Brother Mountain Macadamias, From Silvia Gluten - Free Cuisine, Maria River Distillery, Ms Mary Jane and seasonal stallholder Owl Farm Braidwood. It will be great to see these much loved faces as well as their exceptional produce and artisan products.

David Dawes from Owl Farm in Briadwood is bringing with him for the first time to Northside Produce Market, Carisma - a low carbohydrate variety of potato and the grey skinned pumpkin  - Jarrahdale. It’s always a treat to be introduced to produce you may never have tried before and has been grown by a farmer that you trust and loves to grow great produce.

Wonderful, local magazine nothsider has survived Covid-19 and this Winter edition acknowledges locals who are making a difference as we adjust to life after lockdown. Pick up a free copy from the editors themselves, Belinda and Anna at their stall.

It’s great to be back in the lovely Ted Mack Civic park.

Lisa MacDonald, Northside Produce Market Coordinator.