Homegrown Markets Hunter Valley

The Homegrown Markets take on the Hunter Valley | 13 Dec

Hero image courtesy of Bimbadgen Estate

Your favourite local market is popping up in the Hunter Valley this Sunday 13th, for a  festive day of shopping, snacking, and wine-ing out at Bimbadgen Estate.  

Where: Bimbadgen Estate
When: 13 Dec | 10am-2pm
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Parking will be no issue with a huge free carpark alongside Bimbadgen, and it’s set to be a gorgeous sunny day so bring along a picnic rug and your favourite people!

Photography courtesy of Andžs

Come and visit Homegrown regulars in a new location – we love the handmade soaps and bath salts from Wanderlust Fragrances, cute headbands by Pomegranate Sisters, tie-dye clothes and homewares from Amitola Colours, serving platters by Allettare Dezigns, and a  superstar line-up of new and established makers and shakers.  

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We are super excited to welcome debut stallholders from the Hunter Valley and surrounds as they introduce their wares to the world! Come along and chat to talented artist Suellyn Connolly, and check out the gorgeous baby mobiles by Blackthorn Hill Retreat. You’ll find all your Christmas needs at Hunter Wreaths, beautiful Nordic-inspired minimalist jewelry by Rancho Designs, clay earrings by Beach and Hunter, and plenty more.  

As well as all your Chrissy shopping needs, find a family day of fun with face painting, outdoor games for kids, live music, coffee, and ice-cream!  

No market day is complete without delicious snacks… this Sunday from 10-2pm, feast on the deliciousness that is Wonderland Kitchen (check out the chocolate reindeer!) and Dante’s Grazing Boards… to name just a few.  

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We can’t wait to welcome you to this brand new location for Homegrown Markets! See you at Bimbadgen Estate on Sunday 13th.  


Homegrown’s conditions of entry 

To keep Homegrown Markets #covidsafe and to keep our community safe please adhere to  the following 

- maintain physical distance (1.5m) with others 
- use hand sanitiser regularly 
- stay home & get tested if you’re feeling unwell 
- follow queue instructions & respect individual stall holder guidelines relating to touching  products etc 
- wear a face mask (encouraged but not compulsory) 


Remember – if you’re not feeling well, please stay at home! Face masks are encouraged  but not compulsory, regular hand sanitising is a must and remember to respect social  distancing rules for each stallholder. Hot tip: afternoons are quieter than the mornings at  the markets if you would like to avoid some of the busy-ness!  

Homegrown Markets is family-friendly, puppy-friendly, and the perfect day out. See you (at a safe distance!) on the weekend...