Growing the community
An authentic marketplace for locally grown or harvested food, connecting local producers directly to the community.

every Tuesday afternoon from 3pm at Riverside Park, Moruya

The demand for quality, local food is growing and as more farmers join our market, our local food system is growing too.

The freshest food from local producers is also available on our e-market!

Beat the bell by shopping online for fresh, local produce over the weekend.

Your order will be ready for collection at the market or we deliver to Moruya and Broulee/Mossy Point.

To receive an email when the e-market opens each week, sign up to the mailing list.

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FEATURED PRODUCTS
FEATURED PRODUCER

Phil Timms

A strong local food system encourages and supports growing food at home. Phil Timms provides seedlings with local provenance, so plants grow better and produce more. His business is also an excellent example of closing loops within an enterprise.

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They’re grown 10 minutes from the market, with lots of care and attention — as opposed to being mass produced — I spend a lot of time with them.

12 Feb

SAGE Farmers Market seeks new...

After six years, market manager Kate Raymond has decided the time is...
15 Dec

Radio: 2EC Brekky Bar with...

Radio 2EC’s Kimmi and Market Manager Kate Raymond chat about the economic...
19 Nov

Radio: 2EC Brekky Bar with...

Radio 2EC’s Kimmi interviewed Market Manager Kate Raymond about the SAGE Farmers...
26 Sep

The measure of success: SAGE...

In 2014, after the market had been underway for a year or...
31 Jul

Facing disappointment in a local...

This is Fraser of Old Mill Road BioFarm during the market’s “Hungry...
02 Jun

New faces at the SAGE...

Image: Jo Lane of Sea Health Products joined the market in 2017...

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF FARMERS MARKETS

Over 12 months in 2014-2015, we conducted our own study of the economic impacts of our market on our local community. The results were impressive.

Then in June 2016, the University of Canberra released their study into the social impacts of our market. This report not only confirmed our findings, but also revealed how our market is having a positive impact on how people shop and eat.

You can download both of the reports here.