Maitland Growers Market is on the last Sunday of every month from 8am till midday. Catch the freshest seasonal produce from the best growers and producers in NSW.
Find organic produce, artisan breads and boutique wines from the bottle shop, single origin coffee, herbal teas, meat, eggs, freshly harvested honey plants and freshly cut flowers.
Please note that strict safety measures are in place for the wellbeing of our visitors, stallholders and staff and we appreciate your cooperation in upholding our Visitor Code of Conduct below.
Maitland Growers will be held every Sunday from 8am-midday beginning the first week of November, at the grounds of your favourite local, the Regal Inn, Tenambit.
Maitland Growers Market Visitor Code of Conduct :
-When inside the market please practise social distancing.
Closely follow the marks on the ground and signs for directional flow and queuing.
Stallholders will call customers to their counter one at a time.
Use the hand sanitiser provided upon entry and throughout the market.
If you feel unwell, even with a cold or mild illness, please do not visit the market.
Do not bring reusable cups to the Market as these will not be accepted at coffee outlets.
Pay on card where possible.
meet the curator
Curated by acclaimed chef Joel Humphreys, the Maitland Growers Markets ensures quality through the strong connection to local growers and producers.
Joel started his culinary career at the multi-award winning Rockpool followed by some time at Bistro Moncur before taking the head chef position at the celebrated Bodega at the beginning of 2012.
Joel then left for Europe and staged for 3 months before taking a position at the acclaimed St John Bread and Wine in London, followed by a stint at Koya Japanese Restaurant in London. Upon his return to Australia, Joel reunited with fellow head chef of Bodega, Nick Wong to work at the award winning Cho Cho San in Potts Point.
Joel Humphreys partnered with the Porteño team to open Bodega1904 in the historic site in Forest Lodge in September 2016, where he curated his first growers market at the Tramsheds Growers Market.