Starts at 8am and finishes 12 noon.
Runs the Second Saturday and Fourth Saturday of Every Month, except January.
This is a seasonal market and the produce advertised will only be available in season.
The Hawkesbury Harvest Farmers' and Fine Food Markets are just what the doctor ordered. An abundance of fresh produce to tempt the taste buds of most hunters and gathers.
Let's begin our journey by succumbing to the tantalizing aroma of freshly ground coffee beans brewing away in the crispy early morning air of the showgrounds. As you sip your coffee you will drawn by the perfumes of the many freshly cut blooms as the flower stalls arrange a vast array of colours and species to suit all occasions.
As you do the rounds it's hard not to be drawn to the amazing variety of fresh herbs and spices available. The crispy baby rockets, extra virgin olive oils, sun dried tomatoes and amazing array of olives and fresh basil.
Willowbrae cheesemaker Karen Borg uses a traditional French farmhouse method to produce a variety of goats cheese sold at the markets by her husband David.
Crunchy sourdough breads, traditional pasta's even the staple family meals like bangers and mash can be accommodated.
The fantastic array of gourmet European sausages and the variety of old fashioned Irish spuds will turn a staple Aussie meal into a Chef's delight !
Enjoy browsing through the stalls of fresh fruit and veges, freshly picked berries, crunchy greens, vine ripened tomatoes, stone fruit and our famous Bilpin apples - even an apple pie or two !
Our markets promote the importance of fresh seasonal produce, sustainable local agriculture, showcasing small business and introduce our many visitors to the wonders of our Region, The Hawkesbury.
You can find us at these markets, or call us to make other arrangements.
Peats Ridge Country Markets - Saturday 10 June 2017, from 9am – 2pm | Berowra Community Markets (4-6 Alan Road) - 8am – 1pm
Swansea market - Quinnn Park Markets - Swansea - 8.00 am -1pm (every 4th Saturday of the month)
Sustainable Natives is a wholesale nursery located in Somersby, NSW on the central coast.
We specialise in tube stock to semi advanced plants, mainly native plants including finger limes, waratahs, banksias, grevilleas, grasses, and groundcovers.
If you are interested in starting up a native Australian Garden, or would like to purchase plants, give us a call!
Sustainable Natives is a member of the NGINA (Nursery & Garden Industry, NSW & ACT Ltd) and AILDM (Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers) and Olga Blacha is a registered Landscape Architect with AILA - Australian Institute of Landscape Architects and can provide landscape plans for DA or for redevelopment work.
Open Monday to Saturday 9 to 5. (Closed Sunday)
Located on Clydesdale Lane, Western Sydney University - Richmond (enter Vines Drive off Londonderry Road)
A wonderful community hub and retail nursery set on 25 beautiful acres incorporating Riding for the Disabled and Men’s Shed, with farmyard animals, fairy garden and a unique children’s playground.
Run by North West Disability Services, a not-for-profit organisation, our focus is horticultural therapy offering a safe, supportive and educational environment for people with a range of abilities.
All sales support disability and horticultural therapy programs at the garden.
Other things to see and do while you're at The Secret Garden and Nursery
Take the historic walking tour of the campus and discover the Hawkesbury Agricultural College history and buildings
Visit the EarthCare Centre featuring permaculture gardens and sustainable living house
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden is open every day except Christmas Day.
Monday - Friday: 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 9.30 am - 5.30 pm
Entry is free
No pets allowed in the Garden
Enquiries 02 4567 3000
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden sits on 252 hectares of land with 28 hectares open to the public. Located in a World Heritage area the Garden is a living laboratory providing vital science focused on the conservation of cool climate plants.
The Garden is a great place for you to relax, breathe in the clean mountain air and discover a world of cool climate plants at your leisure. You are invited to return again and again to witness the fresh spectacle that each seasons brings.
The Garden features The Potager cafe and The Jungle Lodge which sleeps up to 10 people, has a wood fireplace, and private entry to the garden.
Closed now until August 9th - after which Wildwood Garden will be open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday from 10 am to 4 pm for Camellia - Spring season beginning Friday, August 9th, 2019 & continuing to Monday, November 4th, 2019
Closed until 10th August - thank you to all our visitors who have enjoyed the garden this autumn. We are now closed for six weeks & will be open for Camellia/Spring season from Friday, August 10th
Wildwood is a garden in Bilpin which has been developing for more than 30 years due to the efforts & skills of Wayne & Sue Tapping who bought the land in the early eighties.
They chose the name Wildwood as their plan was to make a formal garden without losing the wildness of the native landscape. They have decided that the property has now got to the stage that it should be available for everyone to appreciate.
Situated in the heart of Bilpin amid the orchards & tall trees of the Blue Mountains it is a large garden many would love to explore.
It is not just a place to wander in and enjoy the plantings as it has a café with fabulous views, a gift shop & specialist nursery with treasures propogated from plants in the garden.
There is a cherry walk, dogwoods & other blossom trees, camellias, azaleas, massed clivia, & hellebore, hydrangea, deciduous trees that are spectacular in autumn & ferns that surround a magnificent waterfall with ponds.
There is also a large lake surrounded by lawns & topiary where you can picnic. It has sweeping views, deep volcanic soil, bore water & is a delightful place to visit at any time of year.
They began this garden more than 30 years ago & also opened a retail nursery at nearby North Richmond. The Nursery closed in 2010, allowing the couple to pursue their dream of an open garden with gift shop, nursery & café.
This 5 hectare garden nestles among 10ha of towering native trees. It is set on a gentle slope with broad, crushed granite paths that meander beside a waterfall & ponds then beneath the trees & across sweeping lawns to a tranquil lake. Seats are scattered throughout to encourage visitors to relax & enjoy the atmosphere.
Wildwood’s café serve morning & afternoon teas, snacks & light lunches with delicious sandwiches, salads, cakes, pastries & season specials. There is a selection of homemade goodies which are scrumptious but be sure not to miss out on the Wildwood’s very own homemade apple pie – it is just so delicious. Enjoy a panoramic view over the garden from the café verandah. Visitors are also welcome to picnic by the lake.
The Gift shop and nursery is well stocked with appealing gift ware & local products. The nursery has a range of plants, many of which are propagated from those which are growing in the garden including some rare & unusual finds. You are sure to find something special here
From an Article by Jennifer Stackhouse, Wildwood Open