Each and every Sunday morning, the lovely Perth Hills town of Kalamunda is bustling. The weekly Kalamunda Farmers Market is a dellicious event, perfect for stocking up your fridge with fresh, locally grown fruit and veggies. Plus, you can enjoy a tasty breakfast and treat yourself to something new. The prices are often much better value than the supermarkets. Much of the produce on offer is spray-free and picked from Bickley, Walliston and Karagullen vegetable gardens the night before. You can’t get much fresher than that!

Kalamunda Farmers Market, Kalamunda

If you haven’t visited in a while, the central mall has had a makeover. There’s now more places to sit, with your brekkie.

Plus a little stepping log play area. Be careful of cars, as this is next to a car park. 

If you love freshly made artisan food, there’s baked goods, pate, honey, cheese, fresh seafood, and olive oil to taste and buy. The stall line up changes each week.

Kalamunda Farmers Market, Kalamunda

There’s always something new to check out.

For green thumbs, there’s a wide range of potted herbs, vegetable seedlings, chilli plants, a variety of indoor plants, and succulents. Treat yourself to a bunch of blooms or a new plant!

For little kids, there’s always a free bouncy castle to have a bounce on.

There’s often other activities too. The morning we visited there was a face painter.

Fur kids are welcome too (on leads). There’s plenty of water bowls for dogs. Live entertainment creates a vibrant atmosphere too. The Kalamunda Farmers Market is also a great spot to have a tasty feed. Little Chef always makes a bee-line for the giant frypan of snags. The German sausages with fried onions and sauerkraut are so tasty!

Kalamunda Farmers Market, Kalamunda

There are lots of lovely gift shops and cafes in Kalamunda. The micro collective is on the same street as the markets and is well worth a browse. 

The Farmers Wife, who has a juice stall, is a favourite of mine. She’s hills local and her juices are always deliciously refreshing. We love the community feel that the Kalamunda Farmers Markets bring.

Kalamunda Farmers Market, Kalamunda

It’s also the perfect way to start a day in the hills. Why not, enjoy a drive around the Bickley Valley Wineries and stop somewhere for lunch. And follow the Kalamunda Fairy Door Trail too! 

Kalamunda Fairy Door Trail

Find the Kalamunda Markets on every Sunday in Central Mall, Kalamunda, 8am until noon.

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About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, "The Chef, His Wife and Their Perth-fect Life" has enjoyed an exciting name change in 2021, as "The Chef's Ex-wife" embarks on new adventures with Simply PERTHfect. Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA, as well as brunching, tapas or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her son "Little Chef" in tow, Amanda always has plenty of family friendly eating options to recommend too! Be sure to check out Simply PERTHfect.

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  1. […] There are not one, but THREE markets in Kalamunda! The weekly Farmers Market is held each Sunday morning and features local produce from the Kalamunda and Bickley Valley region, as well as a bouncy castle and other kids activities. The monthly Artisan Market is held on the first Saturday of each month and a vast range of handmade arts and crafts are for sale. Read the Buggybuddys review on Kalamunda Farmers Market here.  […]

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