Harvest is back on at the Cimitiere/Cameron Street car parks and we are all very excited! The bell will ring again at 8:30 am on Saturday.
Please do not let your excitement get in the way of good social distancing and efficient but effective shopping.
To tempt you down to fill up your baskets, we have a seafood extravaganza with fresh oysters from Bruny Island Seafood and an awesome selection of fish from our local waters from George Town Seafoods. Please seafood fanciers, keep you distance in those queues!
Over at Elgaar and The Grain Family, the time on the farm has been spent very productively with the launch of their wholemeal pasta range. including spelt spirals. Dean at Metcalf Distilleries has been putting his home grown rhubarb to good use and infused a gin. Check out all the other gin varietals he has.
One on the Slide has gone take home in a big way with his do-it-yourself kits which means you get to enjoy his delicious sliders and bao buns at home and as shoppers on our online market have discovered, these are a great quick dinner. Ritual will be there with their freshly roasted beans but no hot drinks yet.
Please help us keep the market safe and happy and follow these rules:
If you feel unwell, or a family member feels unwell, please do not attend the market.
- Bring your own bags
- Use cashless payments
- Keep your social distance
- Sanitise your hands before entering
- No self service – you touch it you buy it
- Where possible choose one family member to come down and do the shopping
- Help out a neighbour or friend who might not be able to get to Harvest
We are so thrilled to be able to connect the people of northern Tasmania with their local producers at the market once again and thank you for your co-operation, patience and support in these unusual times.
See you at the market!