We’ve got the best of the region on the doorstep of Ragged Tiers on Sunday. Here are are local heroes setting up for you on Sunday 6th October, 9am til 1pm.
Karen Graham – kids and families and all age Yoga:
Frog Hollow – Dave Judge and seedlings, natives and knowledge;
Tasmanian Honey – Sandra is back with pure tassie honeys;
Bream Creek Wines – Rafe and Fred and reds, whites and sparkles;
Bream Creek Dairy Shake Shack – the girls are back with Coal River Farm flavours and Valhalla Icecreams;
Ninch Cider – Dave and Moira with 100% pure and funky farmhouse flavoured Tasmanian goodness;
Honk – gorgeous Kaarina and hand made mustards and sauces;
Two Dogs and Phelan Great Granola – Our lovely husband and wife team, Evan and Sandy;
Koonya Garlic – Jesse back with fermented, elephant, dukkah and all things garlic;
‘lil Lizzie – with Janine’s mouthwatering sweet treats for all occasions;
Tow Bar – welcoming Colin on his first outing and his beautiful new coffee van;
Kung Fu Panda – try Kevin’s Tassie sourced, asian inspired menu;
Spice Lotus – everything Aaron serves is delicious, from fruit icecreams to vege calamari;
Bream Creek Seafood – Peta’s smoked trout and pickled calamari are always must buys;
Burnside – Tim and Hannah with my favourite olive oil and 6 Friends wines;
T & D – Tom Dean and his dad Gareth, making award winning curry pastes;
Long Name Farm – with Phil and Selina bringing their free-range heritage pork and taking orders for home delivered 1/2 pig in a box;
Leap Farm – straight from the hills overlooking BCFM…goats cheese, goats meat and beef doesn’t get any more local and divine than Kate and Iain’s produce;
Made@Marion – Grace’s baking is my absolutely favourite way to start Sunday morning…get in early;
Jesse James – fabulous coffee, great jaffles and great guys.
Also with us are Baptcare, our community stall, Xiongs great fresh fruit and veges, Dunalley Tasman Neighbourhood House and the great chefs from Dunalley Primary School P and F.
PLUS, we welcome back the awesome banjo playing Black Swans of Trespass and local musician Miss Jones Plays, with her epic folk tunes and original jazzy blues.
So there you have it … come along and join the Bream Creek community at the Bream Creek Farmers Market!