13 February 2018
Markets are life! We have you sorted if you’re looking for a delicious morning snack, want to snap up a bargain, find a truly unique gift, or if you’re all about supporting local farmers and producers.
More than 13-weekend markets operate regularly across the region. Located in paddocks, sprawling gardens and even an old goods shed (that was designed by C Y O’Connor and built in 1898), they brim with character and are the perfect way to spend a weekend morning. Fill your basket with some of the freshest produce and best creations in the country at one of our local markets soon.
21 Bedlington Street, Allanson. Featuring a farmer’s style market with lots of speciality stalls, great coffee and live entertainment. 8.30am to 12.30pm. Second Sunday of the month.
Opposite Balingup Visitor Centre. An enjoyable way to wind down the week. Local stalls are accompanied by live music and the cafes and fruit winery stay open, creating a real village atmosphere. 5pm to 8pm. Open every Friday night during summer, plus varied Friday night during wint
Queens Gardens, Bunbury The Bunbury Markets is an artisan and fresh produce market in a beautiful waterside location. 8am to noon. Every first and third Sunday of the month, except August.
Capel Country Club, Goodwood Road, Capel Indoor and outdoor stalls, 8am to noon. Second Sunday of the month.
Bridge St, Collie Great agricultural markets with a large range of craft, antiques, books, games, preserves, plants, fresh produce, plus a kitchen sausage sizzle. 8am-noon. First Saturday of the month.
Cnr Norton Promenade and Maidment Parade, Dalyellup. Variety of stalls to browse. 9am to 1pm. Third Sunday of the month.
Ayers Garden, Donnybrook. Local fruit and vegetables, produce and preserves, new and second-hand goods, pre-loved treasures, art and craft, plants, and buskers. 9am to 1pm. Third Saturday of the month.
Community Centre, Hastie Road, Gelorup. This market has indoor as well as outdoor stalls selling second-hand goods and craft to fresh fruit and vegetables. Try to track down their scones served with fresh cream - yum. 8am to noon. First Sunday of the month.
Forrest Street, Collie. Held in the heritage listed old goods shed. Stalls include homemade products, bric a brac, books, cakes, fruit and vegetables, plants and crafts. Morning tea can be enjoyed in the lovingly restored coach café timber dining car. 8am to noon. Every second Sunday.
Harvey Recreation Centre, Young Street, Harvey Fresh produce, plus new and pre-loved items for sale. Entry by gold coin. 9am to 1pm. Held monthly on a Saturday.
Leschenault Leisure Centre A series of markets selling everything from baked goods to handcrafted gifts and wares. 9am to 1pm. First Sunday of the month.
Stirling Street Arts Centre, Bunbury. Visit Stirling Street Arts Centre on the fourth Sunday of every month (except December) for the undercover flea markets. Pick up a bargain from stallholders selling art, craft, local produce and bric-a-brac. 9am to 12 noon.