Kyilla Community Farmers Market North Perth is your Saturday morning fresh produce shopping ritual with something for the whole family. Warning! Once you've been once, you'll want to go back every weekend
The markets themselves are packed with stalls providing everything from fresh produce, coffee, cheese, cupcakes and something for breakfast. The kids loved picking a cupcake for morning tea and hubby and I grabbed a coffee to enjoy as we walked around, before stocking up on fresh produce
There is such a huge variety of fresh, local produce available. Stalls may change from week to week but you'll find fruit & veg, meat & seafood, dairy, baked goods, drinks, flowers, herbs, oils, nuts, jams, honey, sauces, eggs and ready to eat food & drinks.
Each week there is live music to enjoy and there is also the Kyilla Kids Zone to entertain the kids - with a different craft or activity each week. Find out what's on in the Kids Zone this coming Saturday here
And the best thing about Kyilla Community Farmers market is it's awesome location in Kyilla Park right alongside an awesome playground. There is a ropes based playground is near the market, perfect for doing tag team with friends or hubby to stroll the markets while the kids play.
The playground is spread out across the whole oval and features some family obstacle type equipment too - great for doing some exercise as a family. And there is also a large grassed area and basketball ring too. So the kids had a big play and run around and play while one of us got the last of the fresh produce before heading home.
Kyilla Community Farmers Market North Perth is run by the Kyilla Primary School P&C and proceeds go to the school to help fund the schools educational resources. There is an amazing vibe at these Saturday morning markets, Kids Zone and awesome playground for the kids, and beautiful fresh produce to enjoy on the day or take home.
So make sure you get along to the Kyilla Community Farmers Market North Perth soon to find out what all the fuss is about!
More information: www.kcfm.com.au
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 31st July 2015
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