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Great Lakes - Great Produce Market

Address :
School of Arts Building
Little Street
Forster  NSW
Phone : 02 6555 4351 
Email : admin@fnc.org.au
Web-site : www.fnc.org.au
Opening times : 3rd Saturday: 8am - noon

Very proactive market that draws on the best of the mid-North Coast from the Hunter Valley to Coffs Harbour. Fruits is a strong point in season but there is much more from this rich agricultutal area.

About Great Lakes Great Produce

The Great Lakes Great Produce Market is a Regional Farmers Market. It is held once a month on the 3rd Saturday, between 8:00am - 12 noon at the School of Arts Building in Little Street, Forster, NSW. The market is a celebration of Regional Produce. It showcases the outstanding quality of produce and producer talent, on the Mid North Coast of NSW, and adjoining regions. The market allows the residents of and visitors to the Great Lakes region the opportunity to sample and buy the freshest local and regional produce direct from the grower and producer. Special features include: a cooking demonstration of Regional Recipes featuring market produce at 10.15am; and a market cafe which offers market goers a freshly roasted organic coffee and a scrumptious healthy breakfast or brunch.

Some of the really fresh in-season produce available to buy includes -
freshwater perch
organically grown & exotic fruits & vegetables and herbs
organic and free-range eggs
chicken, ducks, spatchcock
hand-made cheeses
macadamia nuts & pecan nuts
fresh herbs & mesclun lettuce
olives & olive oil products
biodynamic spring water
coffee & wine
biodynamic sourdough breads & fruit and nut pastries
fresh pestos, tapenades, chutneys and jams
forest flavoured treats
tea tree oil products
potted herbs, plants & cut flowers

Two years old this Saturday and still a great market

Organisers are planning a fun-filled, interactive event to mark the second birthday of the Great Lakes Great Produce Market in Forster on 19th November 2005.

The Great Lakes Great Produce Market is always a special event, bringing the freshest, tastiest regional produce to the Great Lakes community.