The Gap Farmers’ Market Continues to Enhance Life in the Suburb

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Sundays are best spent at the Gap Farmers’ Market. This family-friendly community market is held on the grounds of Hilder Road State School every Sunday from 6:30 a.m. until midday. Locals wake up early to stock up their pantry with the market’s local produce and gourmet items. Breakfast is also readily available from the various food stalls on the market grounds.

Photo credit: The Gap Farmers’ Market / Facebook

The Gap Farmer’s Market always has the freshest produce grown by local farmers. Aside from these fresh fruits and vegetables, the market has almost everything! The goods run the gamut from baked treats, a wide range of soaps, Himalayan salt lamps, fresh flowers, fresh spices and even an on-site blacksmith!

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If you get tired of walking around, you can head for the nearest hay bale and grab a cup of joe. There are also a line of marquees where you can rest your feet while enjoying the market’s live entertainment.




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The market is the perfect place to be for those weekend cheat days. Craving Asian food? Try the steamed dumplings. Fancy savoury food? Check out some delicious goat pies and German sausages. Parched? Freshly squeezed juices are the answer.

Kids will enjoy the built-in playground and the petting zoo so it’s definitely a family Sunday at the market whenever you go.

The Gap Farmers’ Market is an initiative of The Gap Residents Association (GAPRA), a non-profit organisation that is committed to promote living in the suburbs and supporting regional agriculture.