Along with the fresh country air and the relaxed lifestyle, one of the biggest attractions of our region is the food.

Bring an esky and do your week’s shop while you’re in the region. Many of our local accommodation houses will store your produce for you until you are ready to leave.


9am – 1pm Daylesford Farmers’ Market
Daylesford Primary School, Vincent Street, Daylesford

9am – 1pm Woodend Farmers’ Market
Cnr High & Forest Streets, Woodend


9am – 1pm Gisborne All Seasons Market
Gisborne Shopping Village


9am – 1pm Ballan Farmers’ Market
Mill Cottage, Inglis Street, Ballan

9am – 1pm Kyneton Farmers’ Market
St Pauls Park, Piper Street, Kyneton


9am – 1pm Clunes Market
Collins Place & Fraser Street, Clunes VIC


9am – 1pm Riddells Creek Farmers’ Market
Main Road
Riddells Creek

9am – 1pm Creswick Market
21 Victoria St

9am – 1pm Trentham Farmers’ Market
Trentham Town Square, Trentham


9am – 1pm Talbot Farmers’ Market
Scandinavian Crescent


9am – 1pm Lancefield and District Farmers’ Market
High Street, Lancefield

Fresh, seasonal, farm-grown produce brings people to the Daylesford Macedon region from all over the world. And the most authentic way to source this delicious produce is direct from the grower at one of our many farmers’ markets.

You’ll find these markets on most weekends in most towns in our area, from Lancefield to Castlemaine, from Clunes to Riddells Creek, including the new weekly Daylesford market.

Wander between stalls showcasing the freshly harvested produce and be inspired by the shapes, colours and possibilities. Be delighted by varieties you’ve never seen and reminded of what real, honest food is like.

And the best part of visiting a farmers’ market is knowing that the person behind the stall is the farmer who grew, reared, caught or processed the produce.

There’s nothing like chatting with the farmer about growing conditions and varieties, or their favourite way to prepare their produce, to make you feel great about eating it yourself.

Our farmers have a passion for and an intimate knowledge of what they’ve grown and they can’t wait to share it. When you buy their produce you’re supporting that farmer and their regional community.

Seriously, you won’t find fresher food unless you grow it in you own backyard.
This weekend why don’t you grab your shopping bags and shop local, create connections, and buy the freshest food the season has to offer? You can’t lose.

Check out our list of local farmers’ markets.

Our Regional Farmers' Markets