Find out more about some of the Gascoyne Growers Market 2016 stallholders below:
Desert Bloom Plantation produce a wide array of fruit and veg year-round – cucumbers, beans, tomatoes, strawberries… you name it they grow it. During market season, they are also famous for producing the best cup of coffee in town! Paul and his angel’s offer hot drinks of all types and delicious Dutch pancakes.
The Guglielmana’s produce a wide variety of fruit and veg throughout market season including Asian greens, beans, herbs, mandarins and silverbeet . Outside of market season, they specialise in mangoes.
A lively character is our Farmer Jo! Visit her stall for amazing honey (when available), succulent corn, beans, ruby red grapefruit, pumpkin and pancakes with fresh fruit syrups to name a few!
Bebei and Risa sell a variety of fresh herbs, all sorts of tomato varieties, chillies and a wide selection of additional leafy greens and veg.
New to the markets this year Homestead Hampers are a great addition! They sell ice creams, warm delicious sausage rolls and pies, and pre-packed frozen meals oal made from local Gascoyne produce. You can find more information on their products at www.homesteadhampers.com.au
Marion Finck is a trained French patissier and we are so lucky to have her on board this season. Her stall sells delicious fresh croissants, pastries and macaroons as well as local organic passionfruit, bananas and capsicums.
Maureen Cosh and her family sell their local produce., such as herbs, sweetcorn, capsicums, tomatoes and zuchinni’s.
Maria and her family sell oranges, pumpkins, bananas and squash.
St George’s Hot Food Stall
No plantation here, but St George’s hold a fundraising stall at the markets each week. Adding to the atmosphere with the ever-inviting smell of a sausage sizzle, they are renowned for their Churchburgers and fresh fruit smoothies.
Services: Sunday 9am + Sunday School, everyone welcome.