Farmer’s Markets


Dubbo Farmer’s Markets have a great new webpage. Check it out to see when and where the markets are on.


Head on down to the local Farmer’s Markets and you’ll meet all kinds of locals out for a browse.

The markets are on the first and third Saturdays of the month in Dubbo, usually in the park alongside the Tourist Information Centre at the North end of Macquarie Street, but in rainy whether they often move into the RSL undercover carpark.
You’ll find all sorts of Fresh Produce including fruit and vegetables, organic produce, poultry, saltbush lamb, olive oil, wine, sourdough bread, as well as fresh coffee and food. There are also usually plant stalls – including native plants, flowers and vegetable seedlings. On special occasions you may be lucky enough to see a cooking demonstration from a local cheff or some live jazz music.

Click here for more information of some of the regular stalls


8 Responses to Farmer’s Markets

  1. Janet says:

    The Farmers Market’s are always worth a look. The jams and salad dressings for sale. (and samples are always so good.

  2. Kim Darlington says:

    Very keen to set up a stall cant down load a form from the internet
    Kim Darlington
    fresh pork producer

  3. Glen says:

    The new Dubbo Farmers Market website Jan 2011 is a fabulous comprehensive resource for information regarding the markets. Follow on Facebook or Twitter, see stallholder feature pages, market day calendar and venue changes.. Check it out.

  4. Crystal says:

    Hi there, will the markets run through the festive season? We will be in Dubbo and hoping to browse there…


  5. Jeanne says:

    The Farmer’s Markets are getting bigger and better every year. The quality of the food on offer is superb and the prices aren’t too bad, either. Shame about the lack of parking spaces, though.

  6. Kylie says:

    Coming to Dubbo this week wondering if the markets on the weekend as there are 5 saturdays this month or any close by? I am after some blood oranges??

  7. wayne says:

    Not on the 5th Sunday no.

  8. Dianne Hall says:

    Very disappointing offering of Cherry Jam from Dave’s stall. Solid crystallised sugar with the odd cherry. Utterly inedible and should have been binned instead of being offered for sale!

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