Perth Hills Markets
Head to a Weekend Market in the Perth Hills.
If you are visiting the Perth Hills, be sure to drop into a local market. Discover morning fresh local produce, a range of locally made jewellery, art and handicrafts, home-made jams and bread and more!
Chidlow Hall Market Day
Old Northam Road, Chidlow | Third Saturday of each month (except December and January)
The Chidlow Hall Market Day showcases local artisans and producers selling quality craft, plants, jams, chutneys and fruit and organic veg outside. Only handmade products are allowed, no "import" stalls. Come up for a drive to the fresh air and leave all the city stress behind. Make a day of it, and visit Lake Leschenaultia, have coffee or lunch at one of the business' in the town. Twilight Markets are held in February, March and November. Find out more.
Kalamunda Artisan Markets
Kalamunda Town Square | First Saturday of every month
The Kalamunda Artisan Market offers a diverse range of stalls selling a jewellery, ceramics, pottery, steel and wood art, painting, clothing and handicrafts. Tantalise your taste buds with locally grown fresh fruit, home-made jams and condiments and home-made ice-cream. Enjoy a light snack or lunch at the markets! Local musicians busk in the market area and the local radio station provides interviews, promotions and music. Find out more.
Kalamunda Farmers Markets
Central Mall, Kalamunda | Every Sunday
Come along to these gourmet food markets and talk to the farmers, producers and artisan makers about their special family recipes, taste the samples on offer, and meet others with a passion for fresh and local produce that is just bursting with flavour and nutrition. Find out more.
Mundaring Garden and Farmers Market
Mundaring Sculpture Park, Jacoby Street, Mundaring | Every Saturday
The Mundaring Garden & Farmers Market, brought to you by Mundaring Chamber of Commerce, provides an opportunity to pick up your delicious, fresh produce and plants. Wander the stalls dotted through the Sculpture Park, enjoy live music and the great atmosphere. 9am until 1pm. Find out more.
Lot 1 Evelyn Street, Mundijong | First & Third Wednesday of each month, 8am - 11am
The Mundijong Markets are a typical rural market and auction, all manner of livestock and animals for sale. In season fresh fruit and veg from local producers. Entry is Free. Stalls start from 8am, auction starts at 10.30. Find out more.
Perth Hills Artisan Markets
Mundaring Weir Road, Mundaring | Last Sunday of every second month
Find gorgeous local work from the crafters to the makers, the local producers, the growers, the jam masters, the artisians, the creatives, honey producers, cake makers, jewellers, lotion makers, spices and more, to hear local musicians and buskers, indulge in delicious food and have a fabulous day amongst the hills of Perth. Find out more.
Cross Park, Corner of Jarrah & Wygonda Roads, Roleystone | Quarterly - February, April, September and December
These quarterly themed markets are in line with the changing seasons and each market offers unique activities to the time of year. The Market is establishing itself as a fixture to the Perth Market Scene and a "can't miss destination" for the local and Perth community as a whole. Find out more.
Rotary Mundaring Sunday Market
Winter: Nichol Street, Mundaring | Summer: Sculpture Park, Mundaring
Second Sunday of the month (except Jan) | Twilight Markets - December & February
The Mundaring Sunday Market, run by The Rotary Club of Mundaring Inc., is held on the second Sunday of each month. Find a great range of stalls, including seasonal fruit & veg, jewellery, scarves, bags, clothes, craft items, garden ornaments, plants, soaps, honey, chutneys and preserves. Find out more.
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