Who’s, where, when with BCFM this March market


As always, a brilliant bunch of characters are with us for

Sunday March 1st 2020,



Musicians  Aly and Garry from Silver Zephyr and Ulverstone musician, Jacob Boote playing blues guitar for us.

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Coffee  Ben from Davey Street Garage

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Pastries, breads and delicious pies

Grace from Made@Marion, Pies of Mother England with Andrew, Timenlove with Kelly and her family and Dino the Bread Guy, starring DINO!

Preserves, pickles, honeys and jams

T & D Curries with Tom and Dad, Janine from ‘lil Lizzie, Anita and Russell with Tasmanian Kitchen pantry,  Sandra, Cheryl, Ian and Garry from Tasman Honey, Kaarina and Esta from Honk and a very big welcome to our newest BCFM stallholder, Arad, from Persia’s Pantry



Fabulous Food Vans and Chefs

Aaron from Spice Lotus, Kevin from Kung Fu, Carolina and Andrea from Kiltro, Markus from Flamecaken


Pork, Goat, Beef, Cheese, Seafood, Vegetables

We have Phil from Long Name Farm, Iain and Kate from Leap Farm, Peta from Bream Creek Seafoods and Xiongs with wonderful fresh vegetables.

Aug14_9309Wines, Ciders, Olive Oils, Beers, Juices and Distilled Gems

We have Fred and Rafe from Bream Creek Vineyards, Dave and Moira from Ninch Cider and Kat and Mick from Pagan Cider, holding the fort for us this month while Esther from Roslyn 1823, and Tim and Hannah from Burnside Olive Oil and Six Friends are networking at a Tasmanian Wine Event.

Everyone else that we love but can’t fit in a one size fits all category!

Our wonderful supporters from Dunalley Tasmanian Neighbourhood House, our terrific chefs from Dunalley Primary School in the P and F hut, Evan and Sandy back with us again with Two Dogs Tasty Treats and Phelan Great Granola, our wonderful volunteers and local producers on the Community Stall  plus Dave from Frog Hollow


…as always, we can’t wait to be back at Bream Creek Farmers Market…hope you can join us!

The Bream Creek Farmers Market is supported by the Tasmanian Government through Events Tasmania, and Sorell Council through Sorell Council Community Grants.




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