Iconic Eynesbury Homestead has been transformed into a bustling farmers market square The magnificently restored Eynesbury Homestead, hand crafted from local bluestone almost a century and a half ago, stands testament to the property’s pioneering spirit. An array of outer buildings classified by the National Trust, including the original shearing sheds, water towers and workers cottages, all provide an enduring reminder of the property’s early settler origins.

Every Sunday, all year round!
It is not difficult to remember when it is on and customers can build it into their regular shopping routine. A vibrant local place to shop for essentials such as fruits & vegetables, & specialities, of course all the wonderful goodies that are treats that tickle the tastebuds. Market facilitators are passionate about creating a local, down-to-earth, community orientated farmers market, which can play some part in reviving and deepening community spirit in Eynesbury and surroundings. Eynesbury Farmers market will embrace the ideals of the Slow Food movement, with a commitment to supporting regional producers. The market facilitators are also seeking local backyard gardeners, growers and small home based producers around the inner city, who would love to share their produce at the market.

Local residents can expect to discover seasonal fruit and vegetables (organic and low chemical inputs), free range poultry and eggs, rare breed meats, fish, hand made pasta, artisan cheeses, condiments, organic bread, olive oil, honey, flowers, herbs and much more. And as the market develops, look out for regular mini-seminars and talks on sustainability from local chefs, foodies and presenters with a passion for inspiring others towards more sustainable lifestyle choices.

1 year now and it has been an incredible success…Thank you to all our stall holders for delivering such excellence in the quality of your products. Thank you to our community for coming every Sunday and supporting your local producers. It has been an incredible journey so far.