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The market in the field

I love this monthly market. Connecting directly with the smaller growers, buying locally grown... read more

Reviewed April 1, 2018
Sposci
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Hobart, Australia
Bream Creek Show a must

It is only once a year but what a great day. Generally in March so keep a look out. Great value $10... read more

Reviewed March 18, 2018
Andrew B
,
Kanwal
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

I love this monthly market. Connecting directly with the smaller growers, buying locally grown produce and giving my money directly to the farmer. It's only one once a month and rarely cancelled, only if it is dire weather. The sun shines, the music is live, there's bean bags to relax on should the mood take you and the variety of food on offer is amazing. On weekends that fall on events like Easter, there's activities for the kids to do, the December market Santa arrives on the back of a ute sitting on a hay bail, it's just so great, I love it! Winter there are fewer stalls than summer but it is in season fresh and delicious! It's all about community and 'the vibe' (to quote The Castle). I love the food, the seedlings, and the produce.

Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed March 18, 2018 via mobile

It is only once a year but what a great day. Generally in March so keep a look out. Great value $10 per adult to get in. Food reasonable prices. It has all the quantities of a Royal Easter Show just a smaller country aspect. Very well organised. Some of the outstanding features is the wood chopping events, Sheep dogs yardings.Sheep shearing, Plenty of activities for the kids.

Date of experience: March 2018
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Reviewed December 7, 2015

I explain this market as the best way to access the local produce of the Tasman Peninsula in a nutshell. Most of the wine and liquor producers of the local area have stalls, local goat and beef producers are reliably present and there are all sorts of delicious local vendors who frequent the monthly market with their unique Tasmanian produce. The Dunalley Primary School serves incredibly affordable yet restaurant quality food (the goats cheese and caramelised onion tart that Elizabeth makes with the salad and salsa is DELICIOUS and I think $8) but there are so many choices for a small market you will be surprised. Everyone loves this market for its authenticity and charm set in the hills of our gorgeous green rolling hills but you will be impressed with the standard of produce and will get a great idea of the local producers wares. On cold days the market slips into the onsite buildings and is cosy so don't be scared off in winter with a cold day- all the more reason to get a hot drink and wander around tasting samples.

Date of experience: October 2015
Thank BecFredGeorgie
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Reviewed April 26, 2015

An annual family/friends/vendor event. You could feel the sense of pride and family during this event. There were all kind of sheep herding displays, lumberjack contests, entertainment and great food and drink. Bagpipers and cloggers stressed the Scotch/Irish influence in the area. The Bream Creek show was a real farm community event and a true Tasmanian experience.

Date of experience: March 2015
Thank redhare54
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Reviewed January 31, 2015

Having visited a number of Farmers markets in Tassie I have to say that my first visit to the Bream Creek Farmers Market was a delight. Mostly I find that Farmers markets are biased towards high earning people who are looking for somewhere to spend their money. Today we purchased a pack of Tasmanian pepper berry and cheddar sablets for $6.00, a meal for two of pork, cabbage and rice rolls for $16.00, a superb washed rind goats cheese for about $11.00( weight was about 200gms I think) and a pack of goat meat,mustard seed and herb sausages(six for about $9.00 and oh so tasty}They provide samples on site
And perhaps the real winner is that they have decent coffee.
I have only mentioned a few of the available treats and I have to say - every one was extremely welcoming. make a visit a must

Date of experience: February 2015
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