Wander, browse and stock up on the freshest fruit and veggies thanks to Perth’s best farmers markets!
Crisp fruit and vegetables, bread right out of the oven and, not to forget, sizzling meat. The farmers markets in Perth are a perfect place to stock your kitchen with high-quality food, all while getting to meet the people growing your food right in the backyard.
But it doesn’t just stop at great produce! Enjoy local musicians making their mark, taste international cuisine, and browse craftsman stalls. And, now is the perfect time to start soaking up some rays and stock up on local produce thanks to our list of the best farmers markets around Perth.
Freo Farmers Market
First opened in 2018, Freo Farmers Market has become a stand-out and go-to in Perth. With over 50 stalls, enjoy a delicious variety of local foods and international cuisines. Keep your ears open to the weekly musical acts, featuring up-and-coming musicians from your own neighbourhood. The outdoor venue is open every Sunday from 8am till noon, at Fremantle College in Beaconsfield. A family-friendly farmers market, here you’ll also find a petting zoo, face painting by fairies as well as craft workshops all making Freo Farmers Market a one-of-a-kind family day out.
Kalamunda Farmers Market
Kalamunda Farmers Market proves you don’t have to head into town to get fresh fruit and vegetables. Organised by the Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce, the Kalamunda Farmers Market is a space for locals to peruse an outdoor market with fresh fruit and vegetables, direct from local growers and farmers. Open every Sunday from 8am till noon; here Perthlings will able to source their weekly shopping and some of the best local produce. And for the late risers, the team also hosts a Kalamunda Night Market on the fourth Friday of every month.
Kingsway Community Market
Open from 8am till 12pm every Saturday like clockwork, visiting Kingsway Community Markets is one of the best ways to start the weekend. Expect to find over 20 unique stalls, selling everything from dog treats to decadent waffles. Beyond some of the freshest organic produce in Perth, this outdoor market also features live performances from promising new musicians. You’ll also find activities for kids such as yoga and origami classes, as well as an adorable animal farm. With free entry, there’s no reason you should put off going to one of the best farmers markets in Perth.
Kyilla Community Farmers Market
More than just fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables, Kyilla Community Farmers Market promises a communal experience in this tight-nit farmers market in North Perth. Get to meet the growers and producers every Saturday between 8am to 11:30am at Kyilla Park, many of whom may even be your neighbours. Stock the cupboards with freshly baked bread, honey, nuts and more – all locally sourced! And once your tastebuds have been satiated, treat yourself with artisan crafts like candle and crystal stalls. So, make some time on Saturday for one of the best farmers markets in Perth.
Midland Farmers Market
Operating for nearly four decades, the Midland Farmers Market is one of the oldest farmers markets in Western Australia. Setting up shop every Saturday from 7am to 1pm along Old Great Highway, getting a whiff of the fresh pastries should be enough to convince you of the benefits from buying local produce at the stalls. Finger limes, a unique Australian lime found in bushtucker, is one of the many delicacies you can find weekly at the Midland Farmers Market. While the time and location don’t change, no two weeks are the same at this stalwart market – with up-and-coming bands, balloon artists, and other live shows being a true treat for the whole family.
Mount Claremont Farmers Market
Between fresh fruit, vegetables and gourmet meals like Italian patisseries, Mount Claremont Farmers Markets offers locals one of the best farmers market experiences in Perth. Starting in 2007 with only a handful of stalls, this farmers market in Perth now regularly houses 55 stalls each week, giving you the chance to sniff, smell and touch the rich produce from the local farmers of the region. The range of market stalls gives vegan, gluten- and dairy-free patrons plenty to choose from. Get up early, as Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market opens every Saturday from 7:30am to 11:30am at the Mount Claremont Primary School, where all profits go towards the benefit of children at the school.
Perth City Farm
Started almost three decades ago, Perth City Farm is considered as one of Perth’s best farmers markets. Set up in the remnants of a former industrial site in East Perth, volunteers have rehabilitated the remains into a hub for the local community. While the urban farm is open throughout the week for people to plant and farm; every Saturday this hub transforms into a fresh farmers market between 8am and 12pm. There’s nothing fresher than walking through the very soil your organic fruit and vegetables was farmed!
Poynter Community Market
Open on Saturday from 9am to 12pm fortnightly, the Poynter Farmers Market is a must-visit for Perthian’s looking for some of the best fresh food you can find in Western Australia. Between sweet treats, fresh coffee and sausage sizzles, there is plenty to try while stocking-up on high-quality produce. Quirky stalls like the Nutty Grandma and Fungus Among Us Mushrooms are sure to leave you with a few unusual treats. And since the farmers market is held at the Poynter Primary School, run by the parent committee, feel good knowing your visit helps fund educational aids for students in need.
Subiaco Farmers Market
Delicious Moroccan cuisine, knife sharpening services, and guineafowl produce. These are just a few of the 50 unique regular stalls locals can find at the Subiaco (or Subi) Farmers Market. A brisk five-minute walk from Subiaco Station, the non-profit transforms Subiaco Primary School into an extraordinary farmers market in Perth. Open every Saturday from 8am to noon, Subi Farmers Market is a community destination to connect with local farmers, artisans, and your own neighbours.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land mentioned in our article, the people of the Wajuk Nation, and we recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.