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The Gascoyne Growers Markets provide an opportunity for our growers to sell direct and take full credit for their efforts.
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The Gascoyne Growers Markets provide an opportunity for our growers to sell direct and take full credit for their efforts. By shopping at the markets customers are guaranteed access to quality, freshly harvested produce whilst supporting local producers and directly putting money back into regional communities.
Synonomous with gastronomy, the stunning Gascoyne region is situated approximately 900km north of Perth in Western Australia. A horticultural and pastoral region abundant with tropical fruits, succulent seafood and a vast array of temperate climate fruit and vegetables, it is where art meets science in the world of good eating.
Catch a taste of the great life as you follow the Gascoyne Food Trail, visit the popular Gascoyne Growers’ Market, or time your travels to coincide with the annual celebrations of the Gascoyne Food Festival. Visit the home of the original Lunchbox Banana, try your luck fishing on the iconic One Mile Jetty or get up close and personal with a whale shark (not for consumption). There’s plenty to do, and eat, in the Gascoyne – we hope you enjoy exploring the gastronomic pleasures of our oasis at the edge of the world.
Gascoyne in May is a coordinated circuit of festivals held on consecutive weekends across the region.
Mostly free to attend, each festival is themed to reflect its diverse and individual locations, each celebrating and sharing local culture in their own Gascoyne style.
The Gascoyne is the most sparsely populated region in the state. The coastal area include the Ningaloo Reef and the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, while the hinterland includes the Kennedy Range and Mt Augustus, the largest monocline in the world.