The Farm meets Bondi Beach
The famous Bondi Markets aren’t just a treasure trove for fabulous fashions, jewellery, homewares, exotic imports and arts and crafts, but soon they will also be home to delicious farmers markets.
From Saturday April 30, Bondi locals will have beachside access to some of the freshest, unique and gourmet produce available with the announcement that the Bondi Farmers Market will operate every Saturday morning at the Bondi Beach Public School.
From the country to the coast, foodies can now indulge in handpicked produce and gourmet delicacies, including seasonal fruit and vegetables, quality cheeses, olive oils, pasta, sea food and wines direct from local farmers and fresh food makers.
The Bondi Farmers Market will bring locals an interesting variety of NSW ingredients and you’ll find many stall holders with award winning produce. Market goers will be able to purchase Alchemy Coffee, boutique market fruit & vegetables from Johnson’s Farmgate, Farmer Jo indulgent muesli and dreamy gelato using organic ingredients from Gelato Cart. Other unique delicacies include, A Taste of Bush native Australian herbs and spices, Li-Sun exotic mushrooms, family farmed Mirrool Creek lamb who supply some of Sydney’s finest restaurants, Over The Moon Milk which has been bottled and pasteurised the old fashioned way, Sydney’s finest freshest pasta – Pastabilities and Hamilton’s Bluff NSW wine.
An initiative of the Bondi Beach Public School, the Bondi Farmers Market came about as a response to a growing call from locals interested in buying fresh produce direct from farmers, growers and food makers.
Bondi Markets Manager, Ross Alexander said the Farmers Market will be a welcome addition to the local area and is eagerly anticipated by beachside residents.
“With the growing demand from consumers wanting to know where their produce is coming from and how and where they are grown, the new Bondi Farmers Market is the ideal occasion to purchase direct from local producers.” said Mr Alexander.
“I’m sure that the Bondi Farmers Market will soon become a Saturday morning shopping ritual, similar to our Sunday Bondi Markets, where locals can chat face-to-face with growers and producers and become more informed about their food firsthand.”
Bondi Beach Public School @ Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach