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28 Mar

Farmers Market


Originally known as Myrtle Creek, the town was shaped by pioneer graziers, gold seekers and timber getters. These days the  tobacco farms have been replaced by wine grapes, hops, walnuts and chestnuts, blueberries and raspberries, cherries, apples, kiwifruit, olives, vegetables, beef and dairy cattle. Locally grown fresh produce is readily available around Myrtleford at farm gates and at the monthly Farmers Market (the fourth Saturday of the month).



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The Myrtleford Farmers Market is held on the fourth Saturday of each month 8.30am-12.30pm at the Piazza, in the heart of Myrtleford in Victoria’s High Country.

The market is accredited by the Victorian Farmers Market Association, meaning customers are guaranteed access to quality, freshly harvested produce whilst supporting local farmers and directly putting money back into regional Victorian communities. Each month the market has a theme aligned to the true seasonality of the region’s produce....