Boyanup & District Farmers Market

Boyanup Memorial Park, South Western Highway, Boyanup, WA

From Bunbury, take National Route 1 heading south west signposted for Donnybrook & Bridgetown. Continue through Boyanup to Charlotte Street where you will find the entrance to the market.
From Bridgetown & Margaret River head north on the South Western Highway until you enter Boyanup. The market is on the right as you enter the town.

Boyanup & District Farmers Market established in November 2002 in the small town of Boyanup, just 20 minutes drive from the regional city of Bunbury.

The markets showcase the wonderful diversity of fresh locally grown produce, fruit in season, from apples, pears, stone fruit etc and beautiful fresh vegetables locally grown and picked close to market with very little food miles involved. Goat meat and lamb vans have high quality pasture fed meat products and plenty of seafood items. There will be goat’s milk and cheese, sheep cheese, honey and honey products, olives and olive oils, macadamia and pecan nuts products.

Not only can you buy fresh eggs at the market you can purchase chooks for your chook pens in all shapes and sizes.

The plant stalls have local healthy plants for your garden, stalls of succulents and a great variety of herbs. The hay man has plenty of pea hay, sheep poo and there is compost too.

The preserve stalls have a large variety of jams, chutneys, pickled onions and African style preserves for those that like them a little spicy and a special salt blends stall.

Wine is available for tasting and purchasing from local wineries. The artisan stalls had a high quality of handmade items for sale including eco safe products, locally made skincare, patchwork and much more.


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