Watermelon + Knox and Aya organic ice cream and mini banana pancakes.

What’s NEW at the Market this Week?

Watermelon arrives this week. Chilled watermelon is refreshingly cooling especially during this heat. When it is so hot that you don’t really feel like eating a juicy crisp piece of watermelon or its juice is  extra appealing. Will from Everest Farm said that he would have his new season water melons this week so grab one and ENJOY!

Organic mini banana pancakes  and ice cream anyone? Horst from Knox & Aya – a delicious organic coconut ice cream is joining us this week as a pop up on alternate Wednesdays. Horst says that at Knox & Aya they believe dessert is about indulgence, not compromise. And their ice creams reflect this  focussing on making uncompromisingly indulgent desserts using real whole food ingredients. The only thing they refine is the flavour. You can BYO if you want to stock up for the week or for Christmas too.


What’s GREAT at the Market this Week?

Delicious buttery butter lettuce are wonderful at Summit Organics right now and so is basil at Summit Organics and the Bio Organic Farm. Perfect for green summer salads and home-made pestos. 

Tomatoes and corn are also fabulous.

Basil grown by Bio Organic Farm - also available at other farm stalls
Summit Organic's delicious curly buttery lettuce

Stallholder Changes this Week: 

 BACK  this week:

  • Heart and Halo -with frozen meals and hot chai.
  • Mad Mountain Family Farm

ABSENT this week:

  • Belle’s Kitchen (alternating location wise with Tusta)
  • Loki Chai (out where Monty’s used to be)
  • Doggie- licious treats and
  • Caribbean Sorbet

POP UPS or F/N Stalls:

  • Mad Mountain Farm – weeks 2 & 3
  • Tusta’s Heart and Halo  – weeks 2 &4 alternating with Loki Chai.
  • Mio Wraps – Week 4 (absent in December)
  • Caribbean Sorbet alternate weeks with Knox and Aya.


Artisans at the market – we are thrilled to offer you the following artisans this week . Some you will see as you walk in and others are on the grassy area where our tables and the musician are. :  –

# Gravity Accessories – Cheryl Watson  – with sun hats, wallets, bags and much more

# Bedouin Hawke  – Hadia Hawke is a maker with fabric. 

# Renee Danielle Jeffrey’s Ceramics – whimsy and humour in every piece

# Emu Beads– a selection of delightful inspired artisan glass beads and silver work –  like no others – anywhere. 

On the grassy area inside the white fence: 

# The Herbal Gardener –herbalist and grower of amazing calendular and enriching beautiful ORGANIC skin care products. 

#Lelayna – Beverly Artist- resin boards plus cards and more 

### Chelle and the Fig – Chelle is an amazing photographer who presents her work as wearable and home decor –  reproduced on Wooden pendants, wooden mounts and wooden greeting cards.

### New this week


Wooden pendant with photographic art application
Tracy's body products

Entertainment: Guy Kachel

Weather: Partly cloudy. Winds northerly 15 to 25 km/h tending northeast to southeasterly 20 to 30 km/h during the day. Temperatures will range from around 20 degrees to  mid 30’s. Very similar to last week.


Produce of the week (newest season produce is in bold):

  • Bananas
  • Beans
  • Beetroot
  • Blueberries
  • Broccoli
  • CORN
  • Carrots
  • Cauliflowers
  • Capsicum
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers
  • Eggplant
  • Lettuce
  • Onions and shallots
  • Pawpaw + papaya
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Tomatoes
  • Zucchinis