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Mt Claremont Farmers Market

COVID-19 Phase 4 Shopping Guidelines: • We are observing a 1.5m distancing rule. • Please only touch items you intend to purchase. • Payment by ‘tap and go’ & cashless wherever possible. • Playgrounds are open (& dogs are ok) • We will be doing additional cleaning of common areas including railings, gates, door handles and toilet facilities. • We encourage you to download the COVIDSafe smartphone app prior to your visit. • Stay home if you are sick or feeling unwell. • Please wash your hands often with soap and water or an alcohol-based sanitiser. • Hand washing facilities will be available in the toilets and self-use hand sanitiser stations are set-up throughout the Market. • Practice good hygiene, such as the use and disposal of tissues and paper towels Welcome back, we missed you!
Mt Claremont Farmers Market
Mt Claremont Farmers Market5 hours ago
Life is good on the farm! 😄
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Mt Claremont Farmers Market2 days ago
PSA: this gluten lover just tried @gfreedonutsperth at @mtclaremontfarmersmarket and they were sooooo good. Light, fluffy and that cinnamon sugar. 🙏🏼👏❤️ #Repost @queenofbadtiming
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Mt Claremont Farmers Market
Mt Claremont Farmers Market2 days ago
It’s never been more important to buy Australian than right now! Let’s all show some support for local makers www.australianmade.com.au #Repost @australianmadecampaign
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Mt Claremont Farmers Market
Mt Claremont Farmers Market2 days ago
Open today! 7:30-11:30
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Mt Claremont Farmers Market3 days ago
Talk to the Farmers’ this Saturday! 8/8/2020
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Mt Claremont Farmers Market3 days ago
Good morning to you all on this cold Friday morning. I planted some left over basil into a large pot and placed it up against my back wall of my house which faces North and the basil is loving it. First time having basil in the Middle of winter. This Saturday morning I will be @Mtclaremontfarmersmarket from 7:30 am to 11.30am. I will have the last Blueberry plants for a while, Wasabi plants, Horseradish plants, Lemon Verbena, Native Fingerlimes, Native Thyme, Native Lemon grass, heaps of Herbs and Vege plants, vege seedlings, Assorted citrus trees, New season strawberry plants and so much more. At this stage the Stirling Farmer's Market on Sunday is a maybe for me. Will make final decision on Saturday afternoon after I have seen the new weather forecast for Sunday morning. Cheers all. Have a great week everyone.