Market Dates 2019

Come along to our wonderful market on the following dates!

Good company, good food, great produce!

January 5th * and 19th
February 2nd and 16th
March 2nd and 16th
April 6th and 20th *
May 4th and 18th
June 1st, 8th * and 22nd
July 6th and 20th
August 3rd* and 17th
September 7th and 21st
October 5th * and 19th
November 2nd and 16th
December 7th* and 21st

*Combined Market with Riverfront Boutique Markets

Farm Fresh Produce, pick up a reusable SFM Market bag
Farm Fresh Produce Every Market, pick up a reusable SFM Market Bag!

Pumpkin Fest 2020

Calling now for applicants in our Biggest Pumpkin Competition for Pumpkin Fest 2020!

First Prize $1/kg weight
Second Prize $0.50/kg weight
Third Prize $0.25/kg weight

Bonus if the winner is bigger than last year’s win of 137kg

Register with Sunraysia Farmers Market to be part of this fantastic competition (registration is compulsory)

Seeds will be supplied by Sunraysia Farmers Market

Contact info@sunraysiafarmersmarket.com.au for a copy of our Rules and Guidelines
Barry Hoyle pumkin

Combined Markets

Combined Markets with Riverfront Boutique Markets – Mildura

These fun filled events are a fantastic morning out, where our normal market swells in size, when we incorporate the wonderfully talented artists from Riverfront Boutique Markets.

Featuring live entertainment, boutique shopping, free activities for the kids, handmade local artisan crafts, gourmet food, farmers market breakfast (that can cater to a variety of dietary requirements), quality local produce, just to give you a small idea of all that is on offer!

Set in a picturesque setting, it really is worth a visit!

Pumpkin Fest 2019

The idea for Pumpkin Fest ‘sprouted’ after the SFM heard of the waste that farmers suffer due to consumers demand for perfect produce.  On a particular farm visit, one local farmer explained that up to 50% of his produce and crop ended up in the pig’s trough, due to blemishes and marks on the skin.

With the wastage in mind, we embarked on a journey to create something for the SFM and Mildura, that would help consumers embrace the quirky and different shapes and colours of pumpkins, hopefully allowing people to realise produce doesn’t always have to be perfect.  It still tastes just the same and is just as good!

 

Barry Hoyle pumkin