Carriageworks Seasonal Autumn Market
This Sydney institution is celebrating the season with fresh produce, biodynamic food, gourmet goodies and sustainable workshops.
The weekly Carriageworks Farmers Market is Sydney's most popular weekend market, and boasts plenty of reasons to head by each and every Saturday. It's where you'll find a heap of stallholders slinging organic produce, artisanal bread, single-origin coffee and freshly cut flowers — currently to the socially distant masses.
On Saturday, March 20, the market is giving Sydneysiders another reason to head by, all thanks to its Seasonal Autumn Market. So, expect an even bigger event than usual — including more than 60 producers and artisans, and a live event program.
Of course, the market remains a Saturday hub of fresh bread, fresh flowers and fresh cuppas. You'll find small-batch crumpets from Crumpets by Merna, reusable face masks from Big Bite Eco, organic fruit and veg from Kurrawong Organics, award-winning cheese from Vannella, butter from Pepe Saya and single-origin coffee from Single O. Also on the bill: Roasters with Altitude, Country Valley Dairy, Figlicious, Maya Sunny Honey, Sonoma and The Fungi. You can check out the full lineup on the market's website.
But, to mark the occasion, there'll also be chats about olives and olive oil with Westerly Isbaih from Alto Olives, Nomad head chef Jacqui Challinor doing a live cooking demonstration, and a 90-minute mushroom-pickling workshop with Cornersmith.
Carriageworks' COVID-19 safety measures are still in effect, of course.
Images: Cassandra Hannagan, Jacquie Manning