Growers' Green Farmers' Market, Beaconsfield

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Growers Green Farmers Market runs Sunday mornings on the green at South Fremantle Senior High School - local produce, hot breakfasts, coffee & live music!
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  • The best part about these local markets is often the brilliant variety of brunch options from what one could only express as around the world - with gluten free and mostly vegetarian options quite wel...  more »
  • Hipsters, Hippies and the Heeled mix together on a Sunday morning on the local high school oval for fresh organic veg and ethnic food.  more »
  • Quite a number of food stalls for breakfast and nice place to chill with live music. Hidden gem in the heartlands. price of cooked food average at about AUD9 to 12.  more »
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  • This markets is great everyone there is super friendly and happy especially at my favourite stall the authentic Indian the owner is lovely always so happy, he makes the best Indian in Perth. And also one the only places in Perth to buy goat milk cheese and yogurt. Great food fruit and vegetables. Definitely worth a visit. I'm there weekly buying my fruit and vegetables. And all the other goodies.
  • I love this open market even more now the site has moved to the east end of the school.. for me regularly a Sunday event for fruit n veg shopping and breakfast with my dog. What a great atmosphere.
  • Such a lovely vibe with great food and fresh produce, plus it's really kid and dog-friendly so bring your friends, bring your family and bring your pooch!
  • Yum food and other interesting stalls. Kids love it and there is normally live music.
  • A snazzy moderately-sized market, mainly selling local food/drink produce, but also selling various clothing/handcrafts at each Big Market on the 1st Sunday of each month. Difficult to get a stall, and stall costs are a bit higher than most markets, they usually have a 1-2 month wait list, you also have to bring your own mandatory Marquee AND public liability insurance. Aside from that, a great place to browse and laze about on a Sunday morning with coffee in hand!

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