Eat & Drink in Bendigo
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To market, to market to buy local fruit, veg, meat and cheese? Yes please… Here’s where you’ll find ‘em in Bendigo and surrounds.
Bendigo Community Farmers Market
Buy fresh, regional produce directly from the region’s farmers, including seasonal fruit, vegetables and herbs, meat, bread, cheese, wine, olives, eggs, baked goods and cakes, dumplings and more.
When: Every second Saturday of each month from 9am -1pm
Where: Sidney Myer Place (Rosalind Park end of Williamson Street), Bendigo
PepperGreen Farm Community Market
Visit Bendigo’s original Chinese market garden site, learn the history, pick your own produce and partake in the market, which includes art and crafts as well as produce.
When: Held once a month from 10am – 2.00pm
Where: PepperGreen Farm - 40 Thunder Street, North Bendigo
Castlemaine Farmers Market
While local cheeses are a specialty, you’ll also find prosciutto and smoked sausages, award-winning olive oil and the apples, berries and stone fruits that Harcourt is famous for.
When: Every first Sunday of each month, 9am- 1pm (except January)
Where: Alongside Castlemaine Market Building, Mostyn Street, Castlemaine
This growers and makers market brings together the very best hand-made products and hand-grown produce from the creative heart of Victoria, as well as emerging Melbourne talent. From soap to soup, fruit to furniture, plants to pants, jewellery to jumpers, the Maldon Market has something for everyone.
When: Every second Sunday of each month 9am-2pm
Where: Fountain St & the Shire Gardens, Maldon
Wesley Hill Market
A quality country market.Explore over 70 stalls and find adiverse cultural experience with Thai, Chinese and Turkish cuisine.Fruit and veg, two award-winning bakeries, locally made peanut butter, preserves and wines.
When: Every Saturday from 7.30am–1pm
Where: Duke Street (Pyrenees Highway) and Van Heurck Street, Castlemaine
Talbot Farmers Market
Explore the stall-lined historic streets displaying an impressive range of seasonal fruit and organic vegetables, local artisan cheese, fresh bread, local wine, gourmet oils and more. In true country market style you will also chickens, stockfeed, cut flowers, plants and seedlings.
When: Third Sunday of every month, 9am-1pm
Where: Heritage precinct—Scandinavian Crescent & Camp Street, Talbot