BECOME A VENDOR

Our market supports farmers, food producers and artisans in the Adelaide Hills and further regions of South Australia. We drive local economy to enable strong and resilient communities. Expressions of interest to trade are always welcome.

FARMERS AND VALUE-ADDERS
Farmers and Value-adders are welcome at our market each week of the year. If you are a farmer who grows or farms your own produce, or a value-adder that makes food using locally grown produce then AHFM is interested in hearing from you!

ARTISANS
Artisans are welcome at our Artisan Market on the first Saturday of each month. If you are someone who creates beautiful crafts using local materials we would love to hear from you!

SUSTAINABLE LIVING VENDOR

Vendors with products of services that contribute to sustainable living such as gardening, food growing, household products, waste minimisation, transport, self-sufficiency or creating community are welcomed to apply.

All vendors must have a Certificate of Currency for Public/Product Liability to the value of $20 Million to trade at the Adelaide Hills Farmers Market.

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The Adelaide Hills Farmers Market is held on the lands of the Peramangk People, and we acknowledge that they continue to be custodians of the region and pay our respects to their elders, past, present and future.

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ADELAIDE HILLS FARMERS MARKET

23 Mann St, Mount Barker, SA

PO Box 444, Mount Barker, SA

E // manager@ahfm.org.au

M // 0455 110 307

         Photos Credit: Carolyn Shaw Photography

ADELAIDE HILLS FARMERS MARKET

23 Mann St, Mount Barker, SA

PO BOX 111, Mount Barker, SA

E // manager@ahfm.org.au

M // 0455 110 307

Join our Newsletter to stay up to date.

We respect your privacy and will never share your information.

     #AHFM   #ourproduceourcommunity   #adelaidehills

         Photos Credit: Carolyn Shaw Photography

The Adelaide Hills Farmers Market is held on the lands of the Peramangk People, and we acknowledge that they continue to be custodians of the region and pay our respects to their elders, past, present and future.