Victor Harbor Farmers Markets

Discover, Fleurieu for Kids, Regional Features

Victor-Harbor-Farmers-MarketThe Victor Harbor Farmers Market showcases regional produce from across the Fleurieu Peninsula.

The market operates every Saturday 8.00 am – 12.30 pm in the Grosvenor Gardens just opposite the traffic lights in Victor Harbor. Entry is free.

There are over 32 vendor stalls with delicious local produce. Special markets will include Guest Chefs with tastings of fine cuisine using VH Farmers Market produce. Plus, an Activities Program including face painters, animal creche, tastings and the best musicians on the South Coast.

Locally produced gourmet pies, tempting dips and chutneys, locally caught fish and seafood, organic vegetables, seasonal fruit, the regions honey, mushrooms, fresh flowers, Fleurieu Regional wines, choice meat, breads and biscuits.

Visitors to the market can enjoy a great coffee, taste wine, and enjoy breakfasts or brunch made on site from the best regional produce.

For more information and special market events visit their website or Facebook page

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