Talbot Farmers’ Market began in 2004 as one of the earliest farmers’ markets in regional Victoria, supporting local and regional farmers, growers and artisan food producers. It remains proudly community-based and continues to draw thousands of visitors to Talbot each month. The beautiful historic precinct of Scandinavian Crescent and Camp Street comes to life on the third Sunday of every month with stallholders lining the streets offering local produce and gourmet delights. Visit Talbot on a market weekend and explore what the Goldfields region has to offer. Local and Pyrenees wineries, gold history, galleries, award-winning restaurants, cafes, country pubs, walks, fishing and boating and much more. Talbot is part of a broader region that hosts many innovative artisan producers and small-scale farmers. The Talbot Farmers’ Market Committee are dedicated to showcasing this region's unique local produce while sharing our heritage tiny town for visitors and locals to enjoy. If you are a small-scale farmer or artisan producer who produces or grows local food, we want to hear from you. Please view our Stallholder Application to register your interest.
We love hearing from locals with questions! Get in touch – we look forward to your feedback and questions
For a detailed guide to understanding stall holding responsibilities, download our succinct guide. We welcome seasonal produce from local growers, as well as value-added products such as cheeses, jams and chutneys that are manufactured in Victoria. The Talbot Farmers’ Market has developed criteria for stall holders that discourages wasteful plastic and encourages nil or minimal chemical use. Find out everything you need to know before becoming a stall holder with this downloadable info sheet.
If you fulfil the criteria, we welcome you to apply for a stall! Complete and sign our downloadable form, then send it through via email. A TFM committee member will process all applications and get in contact with applicants to discuss the next step. Stallholder fees are used to manage, promote and maintain the market – come and be a part of it.
Local vineyard with a tradition of high quality, small batch winemaking and a reputation for elegant, cool climate, hand crafted wines that have wowed critics and wine lovers alike.
Jams, spreads, chutney’s, pickles, sauces and homemade scones with jam and cream
Tacos made from organic handmade tortillas with choices of marinated prawns, carne asada and black bean.
Homemade fudge including vegan delights.
Dutch Cookies and Chai
Homemade spiced waffles and spiced tea.
Dried meat beef jerky.
Freshly baked breads, rolls, pastries, cakes, pizza.
Frank Panter’s native shrubs
Locally grown capers and olives
Green Gate Garden
Potted organic culinary herbs and vegetable seedlings.
Locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables.
Coffee and makers of milk, cream, yoghurt and butter
Locally grown in Creswick.
Home baked biscuits and slices.
Korean Street Food
Deep fried chicken, hot dogs, deep fried dumplings, cheese pork cutlets and deep-fried vegetables and chips.
Masala Valley Indian
Authentic Indian cuisine.
Michael Bedewi’s citrus trees
Wide range of citrus trees—small, medium and large pots and different varieties of lemon, mandarin, orange, cumquat, lime, grapefruit trees in small.
Muck Lather Soaps
Artisan handmade soaps, face washers, loofahs, shower rubs.
Pollards Apples and Pears
Fresh apples and pears from the Pollard’s Harcourt farm.
Old-fashioned, home-made puddings. Strawberry self-saucing, apple crumble, raspberry crumble, golden syrup, chocolate, apple pie, blackberry pie, peach pie, pear self-saucing, lemon self-saucing, lime self-saucing, cherry self-saucing and nectarine crumble.
Freshly made coffee.
Handmade natural soaps. Gift boxes and bath bombs.
Saul’s Family Farm—hay and lambs
Selling freshly cut hay and lambs to enjoy and learn about.
Primarily flowering and ornamental plants.
Taste of the Orient
Selection of assorted steamed and fried free-range dim sims, steamed buns, tiger prawn dumplings, spring rolls using fresh free-range meats and organic ingredients.
Tuckertub Pet Food
Dry food and treats.
Uncle John’s Licorice
Traditional, handmade—a unique style of licorice using molasses and licorice root.
Val Hannon and Michelle Luton’s homemade products and plants
Heat packs, hot water bottle covers and a variety of plants.
Yarra Valley Berries
Raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, cherries and figs.