Old Church Growers Market
This market is a collaboration with the Neighbourhood Collective Australia and Regional Victorians of Colour. Come along to this weekly market to buy freshly picked, organic, local, seasonal, and culturally appropriate fruit and veggies straight from the grower. The market has sold a great diversity of local produce by more than 10 local producers; including tomatoes, plums, okra, pumpkin leaves, Sakuma (collard greens), amaranth, curry leaves, sunflowers and much more! Our very own Grow Cook Share market garden (Golden Gums farm) is now selling produce at the market. The money made from the sales will go back into the project.
Day: Weekly on a Saturday
Place: The Old Church on the Hill – 36 Russell St, Quarry Hill VIC 3550
Bendigo Community Farmers Market
We are honoured to now be attending the Bendigo Community Farmers Market as a stall-holder. The Bendigo Community Farmers Market has been operating for more than ten years. The market offers high quality, freshly harvested produce, in season, in a traditional, market square atmosphere. It also means that you are directly supporting the farmers of the Bendigo region, and thus contributing to the local community.
You can now find our Grow Cook Share Food Hub team at the monthy market, selling produce grown on Golden Gums Farm – just look out our for the City of Gastronomy Marquee.
Day: Second Saturday of Each Month
Place: Dai Gum San – Chinese Precinct
Long Gully Neighbourhood Centre Pop-up Market
Our Grow Cook Share Food Hubs newsest project is a collaboration with Long Gully neighbourhood Centre. Come along to Long Gully Neighbourhood Centre each Wednesday for our affordable pop-up produce market. Our Grow Cook Share Food Hub team will be there with fresh, organic, seasonal veggies grown just down the road at Golden Gums Farm in Strathfieldsaye.
Place: Long Gully Community Centre – 52-54 Derwent Dr, Long Gully VIC 3550
To find out more about our Grow Cook Share Food Hub and/or to get involved, contact Bridget
Bentley on firstname.lastname@example.org