All these markets are held at Kalamunda Town Centre. Many of the local eateries have events coinciding with the scheduled market events making it an ideal destination for the whole family.
The main markets currently operating are:
Every Sunday Morning - Fresh Local Produce, Top Quality - Grower Direct
Every SundayTimes: 8.00am to 12noonOperated by: Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce
Families come out every Sunday to experience the atmosphere of the markets, and meet their friends.
The Kalamunda Farmers Market enables shoppers to buy direct from the farmer, grower or producer in the Perth hills. The Market operates every Sunday morning in the Central Mall, Kalamunda from 8am.
The market has an enormous array of produce including seasonal fruit and veg, fish, beef, pork ,lamb, chicken, eggs, large range of biscuits and cakes, macadamia and pecan nuts, fresh squeezed orange juice on site, honey, native cuisine, herbal loose
teas, ground coffee beans, pickles , wild flowers, jams, roses, gerberas, lilies, pickled onions, donuts, cheese, homemade fertilisers, soil solver products, herbs (Fresh picked and potted- Still growing), truffle oil, pea straw, Turkish food , Thai
food ,Japanese food, avocado oil, nuts, green sprouts, spices, marinades,savoury pastries, lavosh dips, potted herbs, blue berries, a great range of take away food, jellies, chutneys, milk, seedlings, bread, pet treats, pies, pasties, spring rolls,
olive oil, dukkah, gluten free products, jerky and pastes.
Name: Andrea WhiteEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: 0437 632 126Website: http://www.kalamundafarmersmarket.comFacebook: @KalamundaFarmersMarket
Find more about the various markets via their websites below
A unique array of handcrafted, homegrown products in the beautiful Perth Hills, with all funds raised going to local charitable projects.
1st Saturday of each monthTimes: 08:30 - 14:30Operated by: Rotary Club (Kalamunda)
The Kalamunda Artisan market is one of Perth’s premium craft markets with hand crafted and grown produce from over 170 stalls situated in the beautiful Kalamunda town centre. Come and enjoy the quaint country atmosphere and see the unique craft
made by the stallholders.
Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.kalamundaartisanmarket.com.auFacebook:
Meet family and friends to experience our unique Perth Hills environment at twilight - discover some of our local boutique shops and eat from a variety of cuisines and food stall in a friendly traffic-free environment.
Dates: October - April (usually
last Friday of the month - this may vary depending on public holidays)Times: 18:00 - 21:00Operated by: Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce
The Night Markets are usually held on the last Friday of the month and run from October through to April from 6pm to 9pm. With the closure of Haynes Street from 4:00pm and the spread of market stalls through the Central Mall, live music and street performers
set a safe carnival atmosphere for young and old.
Name: Andrea WhiteEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: 0437 632 126Website: http://www.kalamundanightmarket.com.au/Facebook: @KalamundanNightMarket
A night market in the heart of Forrestfield bringing you a variety of food trucks and artisan stalls.
Dates: October - April (2nd Friday of month)Times: 16:00 - 21:00Operated by: Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce
The Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce launched its newest market – the Forrestfield Night Market together with the sponsor, Hawaiian in October 2021.
They invite you to join them for a night of fun, entertainment, artisan crafts, activities and an amazing variety of food trucks and stalls. Plus, Hawaiian’s Forrestfield shopping centre will be open, so you can also visit your favourite
stores. So, make sure you tell your all your friends and bring your family along for a great Friday night out at the new monthly Forrestfield Night Market.
Name: Andrea WhiteEmail: email@example.com Telephone: 0437 632 126Website: http://www.kalamundanightmarket.com.au/Facebook: @ForrestfieldNIGHTMarket
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We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.