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Dubbo Farmers Markets | 1st & 3rd Saturday of the Month

On the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month - rain, hail or shine locals and visitors alike get together to enjoy and appreciate the feast of fresher, tastier produce from your local producers. 

Held from 8 am to 12 noon on the lawn of the home of the Dubbo Farmers Market, The Macquarie Lions Park, situated behind the Visitor Information Centre on the corner of Newell Highway and Macquarie Street, Dubbo. 

The markets offer a range of seasonal fresh produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, herbs and plants. 

There is also fresh bread, a selection of local pork, beef and lamb, award winning olive oils, preserves, jams, marinates honey, wine, nuts and so much more. 

Enjoy our fresh breakfast and coffee options with family and friends before you start exploring the regional produce, sampling and taking home all the goodies you will need to prepare your own gourmet dishes at home.

Gilgandra C.W.A Markets | 1st Saturday of Every Month

Held at Gilgandra Community Plaza in Miller Street. From  9am until 1pm.

New and Pre loved goods | Cakes | Jewellery | Many more various stalls.

Coo-ee Lodge Ladies sell Bacon & Egg Rolls for $5 each.

All stall holders welcome - cost $5.00 per table.

For bookings or enquiries please ring:

Hilda Newstead: 02 6847 1270

Jane Coxsedge: 0408 466 124

All Proceeds go to the Gilgandra Evening Branch

Cumnock Markets | 3rd Saturday of Every Month

From 9:00-12noon at Crossroads Park Cumnock (opposite General Store)

Next Market - Saturday 17th July

With lots of fabulous country chooks, fresh cakes and biscuits, jams and chutneys as well as stalls with beautiful craft items.

One of the ladies is making cloth masks which she is selling at a reasonable price. Extra stalls are welcome.

Cumnock markets are a registered COVID-Safe organisation and all required protocols will be followed. 

For any queries, please contact Pat Gilmour on 6367 7270 

Creative Media - Free Community Forum | Dubbo

Are you a local senior or a carer for an older person? Do you want to connect with people from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds?
With your help, creative media are designing and delivering the inclusive aged care and respite services your community needs today and for the future.
Come and join them to hear more about the services they offer and to have your say about local services for the future.

Friday 30th July 10am-12noon
LIMITED NUMBERS due to COVID restrictions
Western Plains Cultural Centre,
76 Wingewarra Street, Dubbo

Light refreshments provided.

RSVP: Please call Kathyrn to RSVP on 6721 7364

Geurie Markets | Market Day

The Geurie Lions Markets will be held on Saturday 31st July.

All people entering must register with the QR code provided before entering and must wear a mask. 

Commencing at 8:30am at Wise Park, Mitchell Highway Geurie with 60 stalls

Farmers Markets, craft, cakes, coffee, art, antiques, collectables and more! 

Ice cream available for the kids! 

Farmers market includes fresh fruit & vegetables from the Central West, a varity of wine from bell river estate winery

Cost for stalls:

3x3 - $10.00

6x3 - $12.50

6x6 - $15.00

Tables - $5.00

To book a stall, phone Peter Perry on 6846 6353 or email 

Narromine C.W.A Monthly Meeting

CWA Narromine meets 1st Friday of Month 10 a.m. at the Narromine USMC

Welcoming current and new Members

For further information, contact Carolyn on 0427747478

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