Avocados, kimchi and Easter treats – April 15

Avoland Avocados make a welcome return to the market this Saturday with their Tasmanian grown avocados. They are only available for a limited time, so make the most of them while you can! We also welcome new producer KimchiMe with their four varieties of kimchi – mixed cabbage, red cabbage, beetroot and kale. The vegetables are… Read more


Buttermilk, gelato and ABC Friends – April 8

Tasmanian Butter Co. are introducing their cultured fresh buttermilk to market goers this weekend in take home one litre bottles. Their creamy tangy buttermilk is created as part of their butter making process. Della Valle Gelato joins Harvest with their fruit and milk based artisanal natural gelato, flavoured with fresh fruits, nuts, honey, coffee, chocolate or herbs, depending on what… Read more


Quinoa, heirlooms and buttered buns – April 1

This Saturday we welcome Boyes Bros to the market with their locally grown, traditional white quinoa. Quinoa seeds have an authentic nuttiness and colour, and are ideal in salads or as an accompaniment to cooked meats and vegetables. Heirloom tomatoes are still in season from Tasmanian Natural Garlic & Tomatoes, and you’ll also find plenty of interesting organic… Read more


Sea salt, cider, beer and buffalo – March 25

Tasman Sea Salt makes a return to Harvest this week with their natural sea salt flakes from the East Coast of Tasmania. Along with their original salt flakes their salt is flavoured with locally foraged wakame seaweed and Tasmanian pepper berry. Brady’s Lookout Cider also return with their Premium and Wild Cuvee ciders, along with Little Rivers Brewing Co and their handcrafted… Read more


Lentils, lettuce and lilies – March 18

The Grain Family have a limited supply of their newest crop of organic French green lentils which have a delicious earthy flavour, best used in salads, soups and stews. They will also have their stoneground flours, whole grains and linseed alongside Elgaar Farm’s range of organic dairy products. Thirlstane Gardens return for their fortnightly visit with their lush salad greens and… Read more