Next Market

When: Saturday 7 April, the first Saturday of every month (except January).

Where: On the Corner of High Street & Milton Street, Bannockburn VIC. Opening Hours: 8.30am to 12.30pm

Parking: Free on-street parking is available around the market site and at the rear of the Bannockburn Cultural Centre (accessible via Byron St, Bannockburn)

Join us at the Market on Saturday 7 April to stock up on all your farm fresh favourites.

Buy some garden fresh veg from Yendon Gourmet Tomatoes, choose from a range of local free range meats and how about some healthy treats for your furry best friend? Stock up on freshly baked vegan treats from A Hidden Secret, pick up some flowers for that someone special and sort out all your body care needs with Allendale Alchemy.

Indulge in an espresso or a freshly squeezed OJ, have a bite to eat and relax at one of our picnic tables. Listen to some great live tunes from one of our local musicians and enjoy a fine morning out with family and friends.

Stallholder List

The following stallholders (listed alphabetically) have confirmed their attendance for our next market.
  • Aussie Oggie Pasty Co

    Handmade in Ballarat daily, using the region's best quality ingredients, our Cornish pasties are made with sliced beef skirt, onion, potato and swede with just the right amount of salt and pepper seasoning. For the extra traditional Cornish pasty experience then you may want to try our Oggy Oggy pasty which also includes a fruit dessert at one end.

  • Bacchus Marsh Seedling Farm

    Bacchus Marsh Seedling Farm is a family owned business set up in 1970. We specialise in forestry and reveg seedlings grown in hiko forestry trays, we also grow a large range of potted native and water wise garden plants.

  • Caravan Eggs

    Our girls roam the paddocks by day and lay their fresh eggs in a mobile 'caravan' giving them freedom, fresh air and a life other chickens would be envious of. We are a family run business and each member of the family have their role. We share a passion for ethical farming with minimal handling and our first priority is always our animals.

  • Ceres Bridge Estate

    Ceres Bridge Estate is a family owned and operated boutique vineyard and winery, located in the Barrabool foothills, on the Barwon River.Planted in 1996 by Challon, Patricia and family, the vineyard has gradually expanded. Picking and pruning are done by hand and irrigation is minimal. The vines are low yielding, producing grapes with intense fruit flavour.

  • Cooks Treat

    Cooks Treat is based in Bannockburn and brings the flavour to you with homemade condiments, baked goodness and meal ideas.

  • Cruzin Coffee and Food

    Locals from Bannockburn, Noeline and Rod provide great coffee, and delicious food along with a good laugh!

  • Delicious Vanilla

    Oh so wonderfully vanilla! Vanilla paste vanilla smoothie mix, vanilla sugar vanilla caramel sugar vanilla sweet spices vanilla fruit jams vanilla apple cider vinegar vanilla syrup vanilla beans vanilla soap vanilla body oil vanilla body spray vanilla chocolate.

  • Des O'Toole's Pure Honey

    A family operated business since 1980, the O'Toole apiaries in the Central Highlands have been known to produce eight different varieties of high quality honeys. With easy access to pastures and the Wombat State Forest, it's fair to say that the bees are spoilt for choice when it comes to blossoms.

  • Devour Chocolate

    Truffles are our speciality, and we make them exceptionally well. Great care is taken to make sure our truffles taste truly delicious, and each one is lovingly hand-made to perfection. We are dedicated to making the freshest truffles for our customers using the very best ingredients.

  • Enga Arabica Coffee

    Grown in the New Guinea Highlands and carefully roasted in Ballarat by Stephanie and Malcolm, experience coffee that is 100% organic, environmentally and sustainably shade grown, handpicked and carefully wet-processed.Our coffee creates opportunities for education and to change the lives of young people from the community where the beans are grown.


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