Welcome to the Fremantle Markets! Established in 1897, the Fremantle Markets are much more than a must see destination. They are an icon; an enticing collection of all that makes Fremantle so fantastic. Watch the eclectic mix of locals and tourists. Smell the unique aromas of fresh produce and exotic flavours. See the fascinating fusion of music, art and culture.
Experience over 100 years of remarkable heritage, and sense the atmosphere that is distinctly Fremantle.
Come to the Fremantle harbour on the weekends and you‘ll find the E Shed Markets. What a great way to spend your weekend! The E Shed cargo store has been a part of Victoria Quay for almost 100 years and it has an unusually high standard of detailing for a wharf facility. It’s the only water front market in Western Australia.
E Shed Markets has a large variety of market products and souvenirs, a selection of local fine art work and crafts. Our international food court provides fine Australian and Asian foods, including a licensed bar, coffee shops, juice bars, ice-cream parlours, bakery, fresh produce stalls and restaurants.
E Shed Markets also provides the facilities to create fun for your children, including the Merry Go-Round machines and an amusement centre. You can also enjoy the wonderful enter-tainment programs while having a glass of wine, or a cup of coffee overlooking the harbour.
We are a Boutique Market of no more than 40 stalls that has been created to support local emerging Designers, Artisans and Holistic practitioners and of course we also support Non Profit and Fair Trade. It is our intention to continue to create a Market full of creative flavour for both the Stall holder and those who come to visit the Markets. We have a deep desire to connect those who create, provide and produce to those who wish to receive that which is created, given or grown. And those who wish to just observe, chat and share in the richness of creative experience.
It is true we are young but we will grow together with all those who come. With wisdom and time we will grow older and stronger
Jude Blereau in conjunction with City Farm’s urban farmers will show you how to go about planning, building and harvesting from an organic vegetable garden. In hands on classes, we will cook from the City Farm vegetable garden and Jude’s own vegetable garden at home.
The market has about 45 stalls including a huge fruit and vegetable area which is one of Perth's busiest. This is complimented by various food outlets including fish, bakeries, patisserie, whole foods, health foods, which encourages "one stop" shopping.
Our two food courts are appreciated by our customers who cannot resist the aromas of fresh food and coffee as they relax to enjoy a coffee or a delightful breakfast or lunch. Experience the exotic flavours of our international cuisine including Indian, Vietnamese, Japanese, French, Salvador/Mexican, Turkish and Italian. Excellent coffee and cake, yoghurt, freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices and icecream is also available not forgetting great Aussie food including home made pies and pasties, hamburgers and salads and sandwiches. Dine in our comfortable food courts or take away.
For the serious shopper looking for that unique gift or service we have everything from tarot readings, massage (recommended for the weary traveller). A huge range of locally handcrafted pieces which include art, bonsai, craft, jewellery, crystals, gemstones, clothing plus retro furniture and bric-a-brac and lots more. On the way out pickup beautiful flowers from our wonderful flower shop which specialises in breathtaking flowers to decorate your home or as a gift for a friend.
The Byford Country Market is held on the third Saturday of the month, excluding December, at The Glades at Byford on the corner of Abernethy and Warrington Road, Byford, from 9am to midday. The market has rapidly become a popular attraction for visitors to the beautiful Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, just south of Perth. The monthly market features around 50 stalls selling everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, jams, pickles, and honey, to original artworks, jewellery and fine woodwork. Cakes, plants and second hand books are also available. Visitors can enjoy the free live music and a delicious brunch.
At the Albany Farmers Market, a car park in the heart of Albany is miraculously transformed every Saturday into a busy thriving market place - local producers bring their fresh, seasonal product and sell direct to locals and visitors. The quality and range of product every weeks is enormous - not only every imaginable type of fruit and vegetables, but also organic beef and lamb, venison, kangaroo, capretto, free range chicken, fish, seafood, honey, bread, yoghurt, cheese, milk, cream, ice-cream, oils, jams, preserves and fresh flowers and much more. The growers themselves sell their produce and delight in passing on the provenance of their product, together with helpful tips and recipes. Many locals now rely on the markets for their major weekly shop because of the comprehensive range and sustained quality of produce, enjoying the wonderful interaction with the producers, whilst at the same time enjoying catching up with old friends. Visitors enjoy an opportunity see, sample and buy produce that is truly local.
See first-hand the traditional old fashioned way the prime selected nuts are hand roasted and lightly coated in Morish Nuts special recipe of candied caramel. Morish Nuts produce quality confections the traditional slow way, using only selected natural ingredients.
Savour the aroma and treat your taste buds to a very special pleasure.
Call into the Swan Valley for the full Morish Nuts experience. There’s free tastings, demonstrations, merchandise and our full range of freshly made, original recipe, mouth watering Morish Nuts. But beware, you won’t be able to stop at just one!
Subi Farmers Market is a vibrant community facility providing fresh, nutritious food, for the benefit of your health, your kids and the environment. A fun, village atmosphere with live music and a place for kids to play, provides the perfect setting for the farm fresh produce available. You'll find everything you need for your weekly shopping. Produce ranges from quality fruit and vegetables, seafood, meat, dairy products and bread to speciality produce including olive oil, nuts, teas, spices, honey and preserves - as well as fresh flowers and plants. Produce comes from all over Western Australia, from as far away as Albany and Carnarvon but also has many local stallholders baking or producing delicious food. Also on offer is a fantastic range of breakfast and morning tea options and of course, great coffee courtesy of Luke - Subiaco's renowned barista! With an emphasis on organic, bio-dynamic produce and the support of sustainable agriculture, they are determined to make a difference globally with this local event. Demonstrations from chefs, health experts and gardening gurus are planned throughout the year to showcase some of the wonderful produce Western Australia has on offer and to educate on food and environmental issues.
The Boulder Market Day offers a fabulous day out on the third Sunday of every month. Enjoy the local entertainment, purchase some handmade crafts and check out the range of displays with plenty to interest the entire family. Visit the Loopline Reserve Railway Park when it becomes a hive of activity. Watch the Goldfield's Brass Band perform, along with the various other musical groups and entertainers. You can purchase an assortment of produce, artwork, crafts and culinary delights sourced from the local community. Take the free one hour bus tour to see the spectacular sight of the Super Pit, which is one of the largest open cut mines in the world. The Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines offer four tours on Market Day. They are extremely popular so it is advisable to book in advance of your visit. After a busy day exploring, relax under the shade of the grand gazebo or one of many beautiful native trees within the park to enjoy a leisurely lunch. The mining town of Boulder is a seven hour drive east of Perth and next to Kalgoorlie. The Boulder Town Hall opens especially for market day when visitors can see the famous Goatcher Curtain.
Morrison's philosophy is based on refined detailing and luxurious fabrics. Each collection is underpinned with timeless silhouettes in silks, linens and cottons that can be layered with structured jackets, beautifully draped hemlines, and tailored trousers. Morrison continues to expand its collection to include leather totes, clutches and an exclusively designed jewellery collection.
Morrison now has seven stores, and is stocked in over 100 retailers nationally including Myer.
Kylie Radford and husband Richard Poulson and their loyal Kelpie Morrison, opened their first store in Fremantle, Western Australia in 2002.
Wanneroo Markets every weekend. A Perth icon for 25 years. Experience a different fun day, every weekend at the Wanneroo Markets.
Try, taste and buy from the market stalls with Western Australia's largest fresh fruit and vegetable produce section.
Unique gifts and home wares from home and abroad, jewellery and local art and craft. Great haircuts (cheap) at Salon Express, Two Buck Shop, beauty therapy or rugs, outdoor furniture and lots of food.
Over 150 stalls all under cover with half air-conditioned. Everything you'd expect for a great day out. It's all at Wanneroo Markets!
At the Kalamunda Farmers Market you can taste regional produce at its best. Try award-winning olive oil, listen to live music as you browse amongst the stalls and chat to the numerous specialist food producers before making your purchases. All products sold have been grown, reared, and caught, pickled or baked by the stallholders themselves. By buying at the Kalamunda Farmers Market, you can be confident you are buying the freshest, most local produce possible, supporting your local community and economy and helping the environment by reducing food-miles.