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Lilydale Farmers Produce Market

The Lilydale Farmers Produce Market has been running since 2009 and today, is held on the first Sunday of the month. The aims of the market are two-fold, so support local producers as well as raise money for the local community.

Located in Lilydale, the market is only a one hours drive from Melbourne and just a few minutes drive from the picturesque Yarra Valley.

2017 Lilydale Farmers Produce Market Dates, Yarra Valley

The Lilydale Farmers Produce Market is an authentic farmers market which sells a range of fresh produce including: fruit, vegetables, meat, jams, chutneys, sauces, soups, pasta, breads, cakes, olive oil, nuts and spices. The market also has a range of cooked foods available to snack on throughout the day including crepes, pies, egg & bacon rolls and BBQ sausages.

Visitors with a sweet tooth will also be able to pick up rocky road, chocolate covered nuts and liquorice whilst wine lovers will be able to purchase some of the Yarra Valley’s best wines. You can also pick up a range of freshly cut flowers as well as a range of exotic and native plants from this market. Soaps and arts and crafts are also available at various stalls throughout the marketplace.

The Lilydale Farmers Produce Market will also keep your kids entertained with a baby animal farm and jumping castle as well as tables and chairs where you can sit and enjoy a snack, or just take a break from all the browsing.

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Schedule

1st Sunday of every Month

Event Times

8am – 1pm

Venue

Bellbird Park

Address

Cnr Swansea Rd & Bellbird Rd
Lilydale, VIC

Contact Details

0409 938 694

Prices

Free

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  • Hi, I am wanting to support local growers and farmers so was wondering if the Lilydale Farmers Market has mostly seasonal fruit and vegetables at reasonable prices, or is it more for specialist foods like chutney and jams etc.
    Also, what is the parking situation?
    Thankyou, Leanne

    • Hi Leanne,

      You will be able to find both. The aim of the market is to support local growers, so you will find a range of local fruit and vegetables grown locally.

      As for prices, “reasonable” is very subjective. In my view, the pricing is reasonable for locally grown fruit and veggies and isn’t much above prices that you will find at Coles/Woolworths. Also, I was very happy with the quality.

      There is plenty of parking on site. Last time I was there, it was free.

      Regards,
      Jess