Albury-WodongaNE VictoriaSouthern New South Wales


Albury Wodonga Farmers Market

Albury Wodonga Farmers Market has been operating since June 2002.  Hume Murray Food Bowl manages the Farmers Market and is a not-for-profit incorporated association.

Produce at the Farmers Market is sourced from North East Victoria and the Southern NSW region to ensure the community receives quality, fresh, seasonal food from the local area.  We are very proud that the person you buy from is either the farmer or the person who makes the value added produce.

There are few things better than being able to speak to the person who grew your food, made your product or created the art.  Stallholders are always happy to tell you how they grew or produced and/or created and will offer many tips on how to make the most of your purchase.

There are many reasons to visit your Farmers Market including great quality and taste, eating seasonally, reducing ‘food miles’, and reducing waste.  You may also save money as it isn’t uncommon to find produce cheaper at the market than elsewhere.  The social, economic and environmental benefits for you, your community and your planet are almost endless.

When: Every Saturday from 8am – 12 noon.

Where: Gateway Village, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga.

Bring the family, including the pup, and enjoy a morning of excellent produce, great ready-to-eat food and drink, and a wonderful community atmosphere.

Our aim as a farmers market is to:

  • provide our community with an authentic, fresh-produce market reflecting the quality and diversity of food from throughout this wonderful region
  • provide ethical, high quality, local and sustainable food, produce and art
  • encourage local people to eat fresh, quality, seasonal food
  • empower our community to move to local, sustainable purchases
  • provide a friendly alternative to supermarket and big-store shopping
  • give growers and producers a fun place to sell to their community
  • build a resilient local community
  • connect locals with food, where it comes from, what it is, what is natural and what is not
  • connect people with the land
  • connect people with community
  • provide volunteer community groups a stall to promote their vital sustainability efforts

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