Every Saturday at Subiaco Primary School, 271 Bagot Road, Subiaco

Yes, we are open on ANZAC Day 8am-noon Saturday 25th April 2015!

Visit the country without leaving the city…Subi Farmers Market is a vibrant community facility providing fresh, nutritious food, for the benefit of our health, our kids and the environment. As a Not-for-Profit Organisation all profits are dontaed to Subiaco Primary School.

A fun, village atmosphere with live music & a place for kids to play, provides the perfect setting for the farm fresh produce available. You’ll find everything you need for your weekly shopping.

Produce ranges from quality fruit & veg, seafood, meat, dairy products & bread to specialty produce including olive oil, nuts, eggs, teas, spices, honey & preserves – as well as fresh flowers & organic seedlings. Produce comes from all over WA, from as far away as Albany, Nannup & Canarvon but also has many local stallholders baking or producing delicious food.Also on offer is a fantastic range of breakfast & morning tea options – with a tasty variety of cakes, cinnamon buns, healthy smoothies & of course, great coffee courtesy of Luke – Subi’s renowned barista! Try one of the delicious Eggs & Bacon Rolls, a Bratwurst or a Calzone….all made with organic ingredients.

In addition to weekly groceries you’ll find a great range of specialty foods including Gluten-free bread & cakes, hand-made pasta, additive-free preserves & pickles, minimal spray, tree ripened & organic produce – picked fresh – make shopping at Subi Farmers Market a tasty & healthy choice.

With an emphasis on organic, bio-dynamic produce & the support of sustainable agriculture, we are determined to make a difference globally with this local event.

There is a stong ‘minimal plastics’ policy & the ‘reduce, re-use, recycle’ mantra is evident with recycling stations & bio-degradable packaging in use.

Egg cartons & other packaging can be returned weekly to their source & eco bags & trolleys are available. Bike riding & walking are strongly encouraged.

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