Next Market

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

Where: Corner Milton & High 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 March to stock up on all your farm fresh and handcrafted favourites.

Indulge in an espresso, have a cornish pasty or some delicious dumplings and relax at one of our picnic tables. Listen to some great live tunes from one of our local musos 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.
  • Fromage and Legumes

    We sell certified organic goat and cow cheese that is locally made. We also have cultured butter and peanut butter. Quince paste and quince jelly. In Feb and March month we might have organic blueberries. From Feb to June we might have certified organic apples. The blueberries and apples are grown in Gellibrand.

  • Geelong Landcare Network

    Caring for Australia's invaluable land and water assets; utilising assistance from interested volunteers to safeguard, rebuild, regenerate, and sustainably manage the natural environment.

  • Geelong Mobile Atm's

    Mobile ATM for all your shopping needs.

  • Hand Crafted Children's Clothing

    handcrafted childrens clothingdresses,hats,pants,skirts,tops,baby knitwear,bibs blankets hand knitted childrens beanies and headbands also adult hand knitted beanies and head bands

  • I and J Produce

    Fresh vegetables and produce grown locally on our family farm in Warrion.

  • Jaclyn Carter

    My husband and I hand craft glass and concrete pots. They are home to many different varieties of succulents and cacti. All pots have hand drilled drainage holes.We currently offer pots of all different shapes and sizes, including macrame hanging accessories. The pots are presented beautifully on a timber trestle table along with the professionally designed logo in the background.

  • Jennings Honey

    Jennings honey in Inverleigh have been keeping bees for 25 years.We produce honey and other hive products with a very high standard of quality. We sell only what we produce and do not buy honey from other beekeepers.We produce honey, beeswax, honeycomb, candles, our own handmade soaps.

  • Jennings Honey

    Jennings honey in Inverleigh have been keeping bees for 25 years.We produce honey and other hive products with a very high standard of quality. We sell only what we produce and do not buy honey from other beekeepers.We produce honey, beeswax, honeycomb, candles, our own handmade soaps.

  • La Madre Bakery

    We work hard to produce breads full of gracious goodness and take the time to look after the people in our business and the environment we work and live within.La Madre Italian for 'The Mother' represents the generations-old mother culture that we use to start our sourdough breads. Using nothing more adaptable than our bakers' hands, each loaf is created with loving attention. We uphold the traditional techniques of artisanal baking to ensure each loaf or sweet treat is of the highest quality.We scour the land for the finest ingredients using freshly milled flours, filtered water, pure sea salt and natural air borne yeast. Where possible, we use tasty local heroes like the Kalamata olives in our Olive Sourdough, sourced right here in Victoria from the wonderful Mount Zero. And, of course, it is a definite 'No' to nasty preservatives and additives.

  • Leighgrove Olives

    Leighgrove Olives is a boutique olive grove, totally family owned and operated by the White family. The farm is located in the delightful township of Inverleigh, just 26km west of Geelong. Located on a picturesque stretch of the Barwon River, the 4500 tree olive grove is producing extra virgin olive oil of the finest quality. The cool climate conditions with a long, slow ripening period, together with the rich pastoral soils, results in oil of particularly deep, full-flavoured characteristics.

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