Markets in the Mudgee Region

In the picturesque Mudgee Region, the bustling markets stand as a testament to the area's rich culture, heritage, and agricultural prowess. Serving as the community's vibrant pulse, they draw both locals and visitors into their lively embrace, offering a unique blend of local craftsmanship and farm-fresh produce.

From the aroma of freshly baked bread to the vibrant hues of handmade textiles, each stall tells a story. Here, farmers proudly display their locally grown produce, artisans showcase their crafts, and bakers offer a taste of their freshly made delicacies. It's a place where you can feel the passion of the stallholders and appreciate the dedication that goes into every product.

Your Ultimate Guide to Mudgee Markets

1st Saturday
Church Markets in the grounds of St John’s Anglican Church
Cnr Church + Market Streets, Mudgee
9am to 1pm
(no market in January)

2nd Saturday

Lawson Park Markets
Cnr Church + Short Streets, Mudgee
8.30am to 1pm

Rylstone Artisan + Produce Markets at Rylstone Memorial Hall
Louee Street, Rylstone
9am to 1pm

3rd Saturday

Mudgee Farmers’ Markets in Robertson Park
97a Market Street, Mudgee
8:30am to 12:30pm
(Except Jan + April the 4th Saturday)

Kandos Markets in the grounds of St Laurence Anglican Church
Cnr Jaques Street + Angus Avenue, Kandos
9am to 1pm (Feb-May + Sept-Nov) (no market in June, July, August, December, January)

4th Saturday

Mudgee Makers’ Markets in Robertson Park
97a Market Street, Mudgee
8.30am to 12.30pm
(some dates may be changed to align with long weekends, no markets in January or February)

3rd Sunday

The Rylstone Sunday Morning Community Markets in The Globe Hotel Gardens
Louee Street, Rylstone
10am to 2pm

4th Sunday

Capertee Good Earth Markets at The Royal Capertee Hotel
10am to 2pm


What can I expect from Mudgee Region markets?

Mudgee Region markets are a delightful blend of tradition and modernity. You can expect a wide range of items, from locally grown produce and handmade textiles to arts and crafts, jewellery, pre-loved books, and more. Each market has its unique charm and stallholders are always eager to share their stories and products.

Are there any specific markets dedicated to local produce?

Yes, the Mudgee Farmers Markets, held on the third Saturday of each month in Robertson Park, is dedicated to showcasing locally grown produce. Here, visitors can find fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, and other farm-fresh items, making it a must-visit for those keen on experiencing the agricultural richness of the Mudgee area.

Do the markets operate year-round?

Most Mudgee markets operate year-round, with a few exceptions. For instance, the Church Markets at St John’s Anglican Church does not operate in January, while Kandos Markets only operate in February to May & September to November. It's always a good idea to check the market schedule on our website or give us a call before planning a visit.

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