Kyneton Autumn Farmers Market

An authentic local farmers market brimming with autumn produce, artisan products & handmade items.
Piper Street, Kyneton VIC, Australia

Stock up on fresh local produce and treats at this country autumn market in historic Piper Street, Kyneton. The market brings together Victorian Farmers and food producers and includes a “Makers” Market section featuring unique & creative handmade items.

Talk to the farmer, producer & maker in person. Stalls include fresh seasonal fruit & vegetables, local lamb & pork, free range eggs, fish, sourdough bread, handmade cakes, honey, jams, olives, local wines, backyard chooks, rare plants, ceramics, jewellery and hand knitted/sewn toys and gifts. And the very popular sausage sizzle.

People of all ages will also love ‘The Gardeners’ – these other-worldly creatures have been designed by local artists and puppeteers and will be wandering the markets spreading gifts of joy and positivity.

Kyneton is the market for dog lovers too. Well behaved dogs on leads are always welcome. Head on down to the Kyneton Botanic Gardens afterward for a stroll, picnic under the autumn leaves or play in the park.

Free Parking is available along Piper Street and surrounding streets. Please respect local residents’ access to driveways.

This market is run on a voluntary basis by St Paul’s Anglican Church. Set in the grounds of this historic bluestone church, we welcome you to take a look inside at the beautiful stained glass windows and a pipe organ relocated from the first St Pauls Church in Melbourne when it was just a wooden building.

Kyneton Farmers’ Market respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land on which the Kyneton Farmers Market is held, the Dja Dja Wurrung peoples (also known as the Djaara Djaara people). We pay our respects to them, their culture and their Elders, past, present and future.

Thank you for supporting local farmers, producers & makers.


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