New Stallholders and More! What will you find at the Market this Sunday?

Gorgeous products from Inner Pickle

The March Bream Creek Farmers Market is on THIS Sunday, 3 March, and once again we have an superb variety of stallholders selling everything from fresh fruit and veggies, to meat, oysters, jams, pickles and cakes and loads more.  You can also grab a fantastic coffee, a snack or some lunch and spend the morning enjoying the beautiful scenery and the relaxed and friendly atmosphere that the Bream Creek Farmers Market is becoming so well known for.

We have some NEW producers joining us this month and we are delighted to welcome them to the market:

Sarah Wavell-Brown – will be selling her live young chooks.

Pirates Bay Berry Farm – will be selling their gorgeous raspberries, fresh fruit and vegetables, james and sauces, more info at

William McHenry and Sons Distillery – will be selling 100% Tasmanian whisky, vodka and gin as well as chocolate and contrieau icecream and whisky icecream.  The Distillery is located in Port Arthur and you can read more about them at

PLUS Many of our regular stallholders will also be joining the Market on Sunday:

Dunalley Primary P & F – the Dunalley Parents and Friends Association will once again be cooking up gorgeous snacks and wholesome meals.  They use locally sourced produce and are raising money for the school rebudiling project.  Come and support a fantastic cause and get some fabulous food at the same time!  They are operating from the P&F Hut.

J. W Kirwood Orchard – gorgeous summer fruit, including cherries, blueberries, greengages, apricots and peaches.  Mike is also going to be selling jams and sauces made from his lovely fruit.

Joan’s Juices – thirst quenching, fresh fruit juices made to order, absolutely delicious.

Natures Path – olive oil soaps made in Tasmania from local olive oil, as well as premium quality herbals teas,

Froghollow Nursery, Zoe Rosser & Dave Judge – Large range of heirloom vegetable, herb, fruiting and other food garden plants. Tasmanian (including local SE provenance) and Australian native plants. More information at

Crooked Enterprises, Anita and Russell Crook – selling vegetables and herbs, salmon with special spices, homemade savoury tarts along with spice blends, more information at

Little Quoin Farmhouse, Michael & Jenna Gray – vegetables, herbs, preserves, ready-to-eat pork rolls with apple sauce. Michael and Jenna will also be taking meat orders for their organic free range pure berkshire pork at the market.

Marion Bay Organics, Pat and Kat Burke – freshly dug and certified organic pink eye potatoes and certified organic purple garlic, organic lavender, more info at

Sirocco South, Mic Giulianni – wild harvested mushrooms, asparagus, fresh pasta, lasagne and sauces,

Inner Pickle, Tom Westcott – Traditionally cured, fermented and preserved goods, including kimchi, saukraut, pickles, cured fruit and vegetables and lots more.

Beanyard Coffee, Pat Burke and Dougal Harris – the local boys making fresh espresso coffee, using beans roasted in Tasmania and homemade biscuits.  Find them at the ‘hole in the wall’ in the show building.

Gillespies Ginger Beer, Sam and Alison Loney –delicious ginger beer made locally at Bream Creek.

Sue Kelly – will be back at the market this weekend, selling sensational cakes, cupcakes and sweet treats, make sure you pay her stall a visit!

Cape Bernier Vineyard, Alastair Christie – selling a range of local wines, olive oil as well as brine cured and salt cured olives, more info at

Gozleme Girl – turkish pizzas made to order using delicious Tassie ingredients.

Blast Off Coffee – fresh coffee, tea, chai and other goodies to keep you going during a morning of shopping.

Jakobs Pantry – selling amazing cakes, slices and pastries, all homemade using old fashioned recipes, read more about them on our Producers Profile.

Nana’s Farm Beauty – creams and balms to sooth all ailments using organic principles and natural ingredients, read more at

Bream Creek Seafood – Peta Freeman – smoked seafood, including salmon, octopus and mussels.

Fulham Aquaculture, Tom and Alice Gray – fresh local oysters grown at Dunalley, more information at

Bream Creek Pudding Company – delicious homemade puddings ready to take home and pop in the oven – if you can wait that long!

Mike Xiong – fresh and local fruit and vegetables grown in Richmond.

And not forgetting…

Bream Creek and Forestier Peninsula Community Stalls – packed with goodies grown and produced from these local areas, come and support your local community!

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