Markets in Perth and WA

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Armadale Local and General Markets

Armadale Shopping City Pop up stalls
June 11, 18  and 25.

Handmade art, craft, local produce.  And food, drinks etc.  Come and check them out!

Sunset Ladies Market

Beeliar Community Centre
29th May 2016

Perth Makers Market

Heathcote Cultural Precinct, Applecross

August 7
October 2nd
December 4th

Perth Makers Market is a new handmade only market in Applecross. Offering 100+ stalls including woodwork, toys, clothing, terrariums, art, sculpture and more there are plenty of beautiful items to see (and buy!).
Bring the kids along for a picnic or barbeque and play on the pirate ship playground, or participate in the activities offered by Gowrie (story time, puppet show, craft and face painting) for a gold coin donation. After a more refined dining experience? Why not dine at Blue Water Grill for breakfast or lunch – or stop and have a beautiful Devonshire Tea? For a true market experience you can dine with our food vendors as you sit and listen to the buskers.
Also running at Heathcote Cultural Precinct on our June 5th market day is an artist open day and the on site museum and gallery will be open for viewing for the duration of the market.
This event will have something for everyone and is a market not to be missed!



Perth Upmarket

Where:  University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall
When :  Quarterly.  Next one is:
Sunday 26th June 2016

Perth Upmarket is Perth’s premier quarterly market for original and handcrafted wares. The market brings together over 150 of Perth’s most talented artists, designers, craftsmen and gourmets all under one roof at the University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall. Incorporating a dedicated Junior Upmarket and Gourmet section.  Free entry.

Perth Upmarket at UWA
Perth Upmarket at UWA


Perth City Farmers Markets

When: Saturday, 8am – 12 noon.    (Café is also open Monday – Friday, 7am – 3pm.)
Where: 1 City Farm Place, East Perth.

The Perth City Farmers Market attracts growers who are organic and those who farm ethically and sustainability. These outdoor markets also offer workshops for adults and children on cooking and gardening creating a hands-on experience for the community. The Café features freshly roasted Rubra Organic Coffee and breakfast.


Perth City Farm Markets
Perth City Farm Markets

Fremantle Markets

When: Friday 8am – 8pm, Saturday, Sunday &  Monday Public Holidays 8am – 6pm
Where: Corner of Henderson Street and South Terrace, Fremantle.

Fremantle markets has been going for as long as most of us can remember.  They centre around market stalls with local arts and crafts and fresh produce and exotic flavours. It’s a fusion of music, art and culture with over 100 years of remarkable heritage.  The atmosphere is laid back and distinctly Fremantle. Visit “The Hall” for general merchandise and dining, and “The Yard” for organic fresh produce, food, espresso bar, cheeses, baked goods, seafood and meats.

Fremantle Markets
Fremantle Markets

 E Shed Markets

When: Friday 9am – 5:30pm, Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 9am – 5:30pm.
Food court open to 8pm.
Where: E Shed Victoria Quay, Fremantle

The cargo store at E Shed has been a part of Victoria Quay for almost 100 years and is now used for the well known E shed markets. Stalls include food, fresh produce and dining, beautician, the Australian Bush Shed, Prestige Sheepskin, Heart of Steel Metal-craft, numerology, tarot and psychic readings. A range of food includes Indian, Japanese, Italian, a carvery, ice cream, kebabs and fish and chips.

E Shed Markets- Fremantle
E Shed Markets- Fremantle



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