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As an ‘essential’ source of food and goods, farmers markets across Perth and WA will continue to operate to provide much-needed local produce to their communities.

Amidst widespread bans on mass gatherings and public venues due to the coronavirus, it’s one of the last remaining sources of both social interaction and nutritional, immune boosting foods.

See below for a guide to all the farmers markets still open across WA, alongside those that have been temporarily suspended.

Please note that markets’ opening and closing times, and locations, are changing weekly and we are updating daily with available information. We recommend you check with markets directly for confirmation.

 

Farmers Markets in Perth & WA

 

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