Capital Region Farmers Market
Sample the regions freshest produce at the Capital Region Farmers Market.The Capital Region Farmers Market is a genuine farmers market with over 120 stalls offering a diverse range of fresh food, hand made regional food products and agricultural produce with a focus on paddock to plate production.
Sample the region’s freshest produce at the Capital Region Farmers Market held 7:30 to 11:30am every Saturday at Exhibition Park in Canberra. The Market is a community project run by the Rotary Club of Hall, the only rural Rotary Club in the ACT.
All profits from stallholders fees are fed back into regional communities and other projects chosen by the Rotary Club of Hall who founded the Market in 2004. Over $2 million has been donated to charity since 2004.
Find your way to the Market with our directions to EPIC. We have over 100 stallholders each week who bring their freshly picked, grown and hand crafted produce to the Market. Speak to a stallholder and ask them where their produce comes from – you’ll be surprised what you’ll learn and pick up cooking, storage and usage tips. Find your favourite stallholder in the directory. Looking for more cooking and produce usage ideas – search our growing recipes blog.
The Rotary Club of Hall is proud to do something positive to underpin the growing agri-business opportunities in the region and offer a great seasonal food experience. Find out more about our special events on our calendar. The Market provides a direct and unbroken link between food producers and customer and also enables the Rotary Club of Hall to support important regional community projects.