Top Newcastle Farmers Markets 2021

Searching for the best farmers markets in Newcastle? We did the digging and found our top five markets and their trading hours and what they can offer you. So, keep reading to find your next favourite farmers market to visit in Newcastle!

Newcastle has plenty of great farmers markets you can browse while meeting local farmers and artisans. You’ll not only get to try delicious foods and unique goods, but you’ll also be supporting local Aussie businesses and farmers.

There are plenty of great things to do in Newcastle, from taking a dip in the famous Bogey Hole to strolling along the beautiful promenade.

So, keep reading to discover your next favourite farmers market in Newcastle!

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5 Best Farmers Markets in Newcastle

1. Newcastle City Farmers Market.

When: Sundays, 7:00am to 1:00pm.
Where: Broadmeadow NSW 2292

The Newcastle City Farmers Market is held at the Newcastle Showgrounds most Sundays from 7:00am to 1:00pm. With a variety of fresh produce available, it’s the perfect place to do your Sunday shopping. From wine and handmade pasta to handmade quilts, they’ve got it all at the Newcastle City Farmers Market.

So, come along to buy fresh produce or handmade items directly from local farmers and artisans.

2. Newcastle Food & Flower Markets.

When: Wednesday – Sunday, varying hours.
Where: 1 Rural Dr, Sandgate NSW 2304

The Newcastle Food & Flower Markets are open Wednesday to Sunday, with a variety of stalls bringing you quality blooms and locally sourced goods. They also host a range of events, from table styling to DIY dried floral arrangement classes. So, whether you’re looking for fresh flowers or a fun event, the Newcastle Food & Flower Markets are for you!

3. The Olive Tree Market.

When: The first Saturday of the month and the first and third Saturdays of November and December, 9:00am to 2:00pm.
Where: Civic Park, Cnr King & Darby Street, Newcastle NSW 2300

The Olive Tree Market is more than a market; the vibrant space hosts multiple artists’ work, from clothes to gift cards. With live music and plenty of local Australian businesses to support, it’s definitely one of the top markets in Newcastle to visit.

Held monthly (except for November and December), The Olive Tree Market is proud to host businesses who have created consciously made products, giving them the chance to interact with the local community.

4. Hunter Street Markets.

When: Every Thursday and Friday, 8:00am to 3:00pm.
Where: Hunter Street & Morgan Street Newcastle NSW 2300

The Hunter Street Markets in Newcastle are held every Thursday and Friday, offering visitors a wide range of products, from organic produce to vintage and handmade goods. Whether you’re after fresh roses or gourmet pastries, the Hunter Street Markets is the place to go.

If you’re after a relaxing day, it’s a great idea to head to the markets to grab a bite before walking around Wharf Road to enjoy views of the ocean.

5. Homegrown Markets Newcastle.

When: Saturdays from 9:00 to 2:00pm.
Where: Watt St, Newcastle NSW 2300

The Homegrown Markets in Newcastle are open every Saturday from 9:00am to 2:00pm. Situated at the Newcastle train station, the background is beautiful when the bustling markets bring in customers and Newy locals. With stalls full of handmade, eco friendly goods, it’s no wonder this is a top Newcastle market.

You can park at Foreshore Car Park, starting at $6 for parking or head to the Mall Car Park or Throsby Car Park for free parking.

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