Carlton Farmers’ Market, Carlton North

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MELBOURNE | Carlton Farmers’ Market is held on the first and second Saturday of every month at Carlton North Primary School, and gives visitors the chance to buy fresh produce and artisan foodstuffs from some of Victoria’s best farmers, growers and makers.

We love shopping at the Carlton Farmers’ Market as not only is the produce fantastic, but it’s great to be able to meet and chat with the people responsible from growing and making what we buy. It’s all ethically grown and made, and there’s a real community atmosphere about the market. There’s a varied selection of vendors selling their fare on any given day, such as Spring Creek Organics, Milawa Cheese Company, Gourmet Pies, and For The Love of Lamb.

As well as fresh produce and home made meals to take home, there are also vendors at the market selling food that you can enjoy on the spot like Holy Crumpets, D’Lish Turkish Street Food, and With One Bean.

Entry is just a gold coin donation, which is used to help keep the market running, and there’s also open spaces for the kids, plus outdoor seating to relax and enjoy the market fare.

Carlton Farmers’ Market

Carlton North Primary School
Corner Canning and O’Grady Streets
Carlton North
Victoria 3054
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9499 3400
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Sat: 8:00am to 1:00pm

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