This Sunday at your September farmers market

Spring is here so not only are the days getting longer we'll also start to see new fruit and vegetables and stallholders reappear soon.

Sunday's also Father's Day and you can be sure of a festive feel at the market. There will be live music and the Sunrise Rotary BBQ team are offering a Father's Day special "buy one egg and bacon roll, get one free" deal.

Sunday's weather forecast is looking excellent as was August (pictured).

Many of our regular and loyal stallholders will be there on Sunday. Burrell's organic vegetables return after missing August due to international travel and Bundarra Berkshires are back on board after a short break as a result of the birth of George.


  • Jilarty cafe
  • Kingfisher Citrus
  • La Dolce Vita bakery
  • Narrung Dorper Saltbush Lamb
  • Quince Jones Jelly
  • Sarah's Petite Treats
  • Sunrise Rotary hot breakfast
  • Sweet Sisters 
  • Turner's Donuts
  • 12 Good Eggs
  • Arthur's dried fruit
  • Barrow Olives
  • Bundarra Berkshires free range pork
  • Burrell's organic vegetables
  • Capillari Wines
  • Coopers Handmade Pies
  • Choclartiste
  • Flying Bok Choy (potted herbs)

You can read profiles on each of our stallholders on the stallholders page.

This amazing cubby house is the first prize in the Swan Hill Show's fundraising raffle which will be launched at Sunday's market.

Community Groups

Each month the entry points to the market are manned by members of a local community group who collect voluntary gold coin donations. A portion of the gate takings go towards the group's local projects and initiatives and a portion goes toward the market's running costs.

This month’s community group is the Swan Hill Show. They will be launching their major raffle of a cubby house (pictured). 

If you are a part of a community group that could be interested in participating at the Swan Hill Farmers Market please get in touch with us. 


Hudon Watts will be banging out the tunes on Sunday.

Join us Live at the market on Facebook

Of course, we'd prefer to see you face-to-face at Sunday's market but if for any reason you can't be there, why not join us at 9am on Facebook as we take you on a 30 minute tour of the market's stallholders streamed live by video on Facebook? More than 1,200 people watched last month's Facebook Live streamed broadcast - will you be one of them this Sunday?