Next Market

When: Saturday 2 September, 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)

Spring has sprung!

Head on down to the Market on Saturday 2 September to stock up on all your favourite fresh grown goodies.

The wonderful Basalt Plains Produce will be back with herbs and honey straight from their garden. Local favourites, Cruzin Coffee, are also back! Pop in and say “Hi” to Noeline over a coffee and a delicious toasted sandwich.

You’ll want to get your garden off to a good start for the season so drop in to see Bacchus Marsh Seedlings and Eureka Seedlings for all your garden needs.

Pick up some beautiful wild flowers from Moorabool Valley Wildflowers, treat yourself to an espresso and 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.
  • Hidden Secret

    Cherry and Christina founded A Hidden Secret back in 2009 with the sole aim of creating really delicious, top quality vegetarian and vegan dishes, putting in all the love and attention that you would if you were to cook them yourself. Today A Hidden Secret is truly a family business, keeping Cherry, Christina, Tom, and Thomas and one other talented staff member, Christine, from the local town very busy on the savoury side, and Angela and Paul busy on the naughty but nice side of the business with decadent cakes and slices!

  • Junglerain

    At JungleRain we grow all our own organic chilli to be processed into our hot chilli products. Each year at the beginning of winter we begin with the indoor germination of all our selected range of chillis. Towards the end of summer we begin the harvesting of the chilli pods for the production of our hot sauces and other chilli products. Most of the chillis are processed fresh at this time, with percentages being dried for our chilli powders. We have nine varieties of hot chilli sauce and one variety of hot wasabi mustard, an exquisite mix of flavors and aromas with a range of customers' heat tolerances. Our sauces are unique in that they are combined with a fruit base with spice that compliments both the flavour and the heat.

  • 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.

  • Liliana Pena

    VicRoads would like to reach out to community members in the area to share information regarding the Midland Highway business case. The business case is focused on investigating and assessing upgrades and improvements to the Midland Highway between Shelford- Bannockburn Road, Bannockburn and Geelong Ring Road Princes Freeway . VicRoads is currently developing draft upgrade concepts and would like to host a stall at the market so stakeholders can provide feedback regarding the draft concepts.

  • Lions Club of Bannockburn and District

    Lions Club BBQ with gourmet sausages from our market free-range meat stallholders.

  • Otway Prime

    Premium grass fed beef and genuine seasonal lamb direct from our farm in the beautiful Otway Ranges, SW Victoria. Otway Prime was established early in 2008 to cater to the growing consumer awareness about the importance of sustainable farming practices, the need to maintain the highest standards of animal welfare and the benefits of local, seasonal, premium quality produce.

  • Salami Shack

    Our range includes traditional pork, beef and pork, beef, lamb and rosemary, kangaroo and venison. All meats are sourced from Australian farmers. In the finest of European traditions, our salamis and mettwursts take time to make with blending, fermenting, smoking and curing. Importantly, all our salamis and mettwursts do not contain any 'fillers' or 'extenders', so therefore are gluten free, and can be enjoyed by all. Savour the delicate tastes, slow down and embrace the slow food movement from Europe, right here in Australia.

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  • Twins Pantry

    Twins Pantry introduces a mouthwatering range of healthy snacks made in Australia, using premium Australian grown ingredients. We offer a range of delightful moreish treats that are preservative and GMO-free.Our unique recipes combine the freshest spices, herbs and nuts, such as macadamias, almonds, cashews and peanuts, with the intense flavours of honey, vanilla, sweet and savoury spices and honey - berry granola to create versatile savoury snacks that you can enjoy on their own or as an addition to your cooking.

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