Find out more about our regular stallholders below.
You can sell small amounts of quality produce through our Growers' Stall - a bunch of herbs, a basket of fruit or a crate of veges - please contact us in the week before the market to let us know what you'll be bringing and when you can arrange to drop it off at Nethercote Hall - Friday 3-4pm or Saturday before 8am.
To enquire about having your own stall, please contact us. A small fee is charged and stallholders contribute a product from their stall to the Market Hamper Raffle, which is drawn at noon on market day. Proceeds from the fees and raffle go towards running future markets and to support local garden and food growing projects.
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FRUIT, VEGETABLES, HERBS, EGGS, SEEDLINGS & MORE
Not enough produce to have your own stall but want to sell your surplus? Our Nethercote Produce Market Grower's Stall will buy your produce and sell it on your behalf. A large part of the proceeds from this stall go to local food growing projects.
CAKES & PASTRIES
Tracey from Candelo makes a delicious selection of cakes and pastries using local fruit and other ingredients whenever possible, including gluten free products.
CUPCAKES & SLICES
Andy from Nethercote with his sister and Dad make delicious cupcakes and slices for sale.
HAZELNUTS, MACADAMIAS, PECANS, GLAZED & COATED NUTS, FUDGE, NUT PASTES
You'll find shelled and ground nuts, hazelnuts coated with honey, chocolate, cinnamon or fudge, as well as savoury flavours, hazelnut butter and health bars at Matt and Sue's stall from Kiah.
Imlay Glen Avocados
Julie from Imlay Glen brings baskets of big creamy avocados in season to our market (Oct and Jan).
Beth's Pickles and Patés
JAM, PICKLES, CHUTNEY, PATÉ
Pambula's Beth Deacon utilises as much local produce as possible in her chutneys, jams and pickles, and is famous for her tomato relish, smoked salmon and chicken liver patés and fig apple and walnut paste.
Faraway Farm Fermentary
KOMBUCHA, SAUERKRAUT, KIMCHI, KOMBUCHA FRUIT LEATHERS,
BEEF & PORK JERKY,
HEALTH TONIC SHOTS
Nicky and Chris from Faraway Farm specialise in fermented goods including flavoured kombuchas (buy in a bottle or BYO bottle and fill from their tap to reduce waste).
SMOKED SEAFOODS & MEATS
Stan from Nethercote produces an award-winning range of smoked fish, chicken, mussels and garlic. Available from the Sprout Eden stall.
BREAD LOAVES & ROLLS
Pambula's Wild Rye's bakery supplies the Sprout Eden Stall with their Turkish & Panini rolls, sourdough loaves, Ciabatta, Authentic Turkish and Olive Baguettes for the market.
Market Morning Tea
PLUNGER COFFEE, TEAS, CAKES, SLICES
Stop a while and soak up the atmosphere with a cuppa. Delicious cakes made locally, tea in a pot, plunger coffee and delicious sticky chai served to you by the Nethercote Produce Market. A large part of the proceeds go to local food growing projects.
Nethercote Residents Association
BREAKFAST / BRUNCH
Forget breakfast? Your delicious sausage sandwich or egg & bacon roll is waiting for you thanks to the Nethercote Residents' Association that keeps the village of Nethercote running smoothly.
JAMS, PICKLES & CHUTNEYS
Ena is one of the original stallholders at the market and she loves the sense of community in Nethercote. Try her best-selling blackberry jam or Yugoslav relish.
Made With Love by Jan
CAKES, BISCUITS & SAUSAGE ROLLS
Jan has always been passionate about cooking and her home cooked, preservative free goods, including her home-made sausage rolls are very popular.
Tilba Real Dairy
SOFT CHEESE, HARD CHEESE, VINTAGE CHEESE & MORE
On behalf of Tilba Real Dairy, the Markets provide rounds of cheese cut to order, plus an array of their pre-packed flavoured cheeses, including Firecracker, Vintage Smoked, Kalamata Olive, Cracked Pepper and Vintage Garlic to name a few. Be early to catch the Tilba Blue!
Black Basalt Beef & Lamb
BEEF & LAMB CHOPS, ROASTS, SAUSAGES
Gretel and Glenn grow grass-fed Wiltshire Lamb and Beef in Lochiel. Their sausages are preservative- and gluten free.
Gourmet Cakes & Croissants
CAKES & QUICHES
Ernest and Olga from Kalaru make beautiful cakes and pastries, including chocolate croissants, vegetable, pine nut & blue cheese quiche, cherry almond tart and pear & almond chocolate cake. Try a slice with a coffee at the next market...
Sue and Greg farm oysters on pristine Pambula Lake. Come early to pick up a dozen freshly opened or unopened oysters.
F & J Orchards
APPLES, JAMS, APPLE PIES
Gary and John grow fruit and vegetables on their farm in Towamba and are best known for the F&J Jams and Deling's apple pies which always sell out early. Or pick up a traditional fruit cake at the spring market, ready for Christmas.
ORGANIC CREAMS & OINTMENTS
Kay's range of organic creams, scrubs and ointments are almost good enough to eat.
FRESH PRODUCE & HOME PRESERVES
Christel and Tankred grow a broad range of seasonal fruit, vegetables, olives and nuts on their property at Towamba, all without chemicals. Ask them about worm juice!
FLOWERS, BAKED GOODS
Joanna from Nethercote sells beautiful bunches of flowers picked from her garden and makes delicious slices and pastries fresh for the market.
Annette from Kalaru makes delicious pork, beef and chicken pies, large and small, served up with mustard or mustard pickles or ready to take home.
A Pinch of Yum
VEGAN / GF GOURMET FOOD
Elaine & Destiny will serve you up a delicious brunch with fresh juice, muesli, vegetarian/ vegan/gluten free goodies such as lentil patties, fritters, nachos, slices and protein balls as well as a selection of freshly made croissants and their own special salad dressing.
Nethercote resident Marzenna grows mandarins for the Spring market from her own trees that are naturally fertilised by the chooks. You'll also find her on the BBQ stall from time to time.
Greg has over 180 varieties of succulents from his nursery in Eden and is always keen to find new varieties to bring to the market.
HERB & VEGETABLE SEEDLINGS
Rob from Karma Farm in Millingandi has a wide selection of herb and vegetable seedlings ready for you to plant in your own garden.
A volunteer group that promotes and supports locals to save, sort, dry, share, store, and distribute seeds for non-hybrid and heirloom varieties of mostly edible plants.
GELATI, LEMONADE, CREPES
Dana makes delicious gelati using local ingredients wherever possible - including Wyndham peach and spiced Wyndham plum - as well as crepes and home made lemonade!
Greek Soul Food
SOUVLAKI, FALAFEL, SPANAKOPITA, BAKLAVA
Carol and Paul from Mallacoota roast their delicious lamb on the spit on site and it certainly gets your appetite going!
Breakfast Creek Vineyard
Suzanne from Coolagolite near Cobargo has a vineyard of Chambourcin grapes and makes a variety of wines including Chambourcin, Rosé Chambourcin and a Vintage Fortified Chambourcin.