Posted by The Events Editorial Team
09. Jul, 2012
|November 10, 2012|
If you can’t get out of town this weekend, scooting over to the Collingwood Farmer’s Market is the closest thing you’ll get without leaving Zone One.
Set by the bubbing Yarra in the pretty-as-a-picture Collingwood Children Farm, you’d be hard pressed to find a better location for a food fest.
But wait there’s more – not only are there fresh fruit and veggies plus home made goodies like jams, cheeses and cakes on offer, there’s animals wandering around too! Peacocks, pigs, goats, even chickens with mohawks.
You belong in the zoo.
WHEN: Second Saturday of the month, 8am – 1pm
WHERE: Collingwood Children’s Farm, St Heliers St Abbotsford
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