Timaru Farmers Market

When: Every Saturday 9:00am to 12:30pm.
Where: 27 Strathallan St (The Community House Car park).
Market Manager: Annette Lange Cell: 0274 184755 after 6pm please.

Timaru Farmers Market was born out of the Transition Towns Timaru Movement and opened in November 2009. It is a not-for-profit organisation, developed and run by a group of volunteer committee members.

At the market you can find:

* Fresh seasonal fruit, veges, organic goodies such as honey and eggs, meat, value added product, fresh cut flowers and plants and heaps more. There is a range of gluten free products too.
* Local farmers & growers with whom you can talk to and find out everything you need to know about what you are buying.
* A community stall that you can sell your excess fruit or veg.
* A fantastic environment filled with happy community spirit that showcases local buskers, good coffee and a great place to catch up with friends
* Free entry

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2 Comments/Reviews

  1. Heather Cox
    Posted June 21, 2020 at 5:42 pm #    

    My daughter bought some Brie and duck sausages from the market a couple if weeks ago on her way to Dunedin. They were so delicious I would like to buy more of them. We are driving through Timaru on Thursday on our way to Chch. Any way we could get some of these sausages?

  2. Margaret Armstrong
    Posted February 11, 2017 at 5:19 pm #    

    I am looking for friends of my English Penfriend She has been trying to locate rhem for some time I believe they may have been cooected to the market when it first started Their names are Adrian and Brenda Hall lF you know of them could you please ask them to contact me
    Thank you so much for your help

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