With so many hobby farms and producers in the area, there are many roadside stalls dotted throughout the region as well as markets with either seasonal or all year round produce. Cheap, tree ripened with money going straight back to the grower.

The popular Bindoon Farmers Market is usually held on the 4th Sunday of every month. (Calendar) and there is also a range of local produce available at the Chittering Visitor Centre and the IGA. You can also purchase produce direct from the grower from the Northern Valleys Locavore Store (www.nvls.com.au)

Northern Valley’s Locavore Store

A wide range of locally-produced food offered by local producers all in one shop – it’s like a farmer’s market everyday! Lower your carbon food footprint and reconnect with your food origins at this local store with a sustainable conscience. In-season fruit and vegetables, pastured eggs, unprocessed honey, organic olive oils, handcrafted cheese, sustainably-sourced meat, drinks, pickles, preserves and more. Online orders welcome! Open 9 — 4 every day. Contact us on 1300 EAT LOCAL.

Roadside Stalls

Keep your eye out for the variety of roadside stalls which line the streets of Bindoon seasonally throughout the year. Selling fresh produce straight from the farmer to the consumer.

  • Bindoon, WA 6502

Bindoon Farmers Market

Cheerful rural farmers market. Fruit and vegetables; eggs; honey; wine available, plus lots of value-added goods, such as jams, preserves and chutneys. Plus – plants, craft, skin products, along with coffee and hot food. Held on the 4th Sunday of every month. Location varies.