Alphington Farmers Market
One of Melbourne Farmers Markets’ 6 farmers markets can be found at the Melbourne Food Hub site every Sunday, buzzing with over 1,000 people who visit weekly to connect with their Victorian producers.
Set amongst the bustling Melbourne Innovation Centre is Alphington Farmers’ Market, operated by Melbourne Farmers Market, one half of the joint venture partner in Melbourne Food Hub. The market features a range of stallholders bringing fresh, seasonal produce from their farms across Victoria. From Mildura to Flinders, Kinglake to Timboon, farmers travel to sell direct to the public, along with VFMA accredited bakers and specialty makers. Every week you’ll find fresh fruit and vegetables, free range eggs and meats, olives and oil, honey, nuts and grains, dairy and cheeses, breads and pastries.
There’s coffee, fresh OJ and loads for breakkie or to take home for lunch. There is also a wash up station to eliminate single use disposable items and Alphington FM is proudly plastic bag free so don’t forget to BYO.
2 Wingrove Street, Alphington
Entry is closest to Yarana Road, the market is opposite the Alphington train station.
Every Sunday @ 9am – 1pm
Rain, hail or shine, Victorian producers will be ready and waiting each Sunday to bring you the best in Victorian produce. Entry is by gold coin donation.
Over 25 Victorian Producers
Stallholder lists are posted up on the MFM website every Thursday here.
Melbourne Farmers Markets (MFM) are accredited by the Victorian Farmers’ Market Association which means that when you shop at their markets you’re guaranteed the person you are buying from is a genuine Victorian farmer, grower, baker or maker.
Melbourne Farmers Markets is a not for profit social enterprise dedicated to Victorian food and producers, regional food cultures, seasonal produce, biodiversity, sustainable farming practices and strengthening relationships between the consumer and the producer.