Christmas/New Year Trading Hours

This Christmas at the Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets, there is loads of festive fun for the whole family including a Christmas Night Market at the Niche Markets, a Christmas wreath making workshop, local Christmas trees available, plus visits from Santa Claus himself.  

The Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets is your go-to not only for all Christmas seasonal food favourites but also unique gift ideas and stocking fillers from the wide variety of fresh produce and specialty merchandise traders.

Gates Open:

Thursday 20 December 7am-5:30pm

Friday 21 December 6am-5:30pm

Saturday 22 December 6am-5:30pm

Sunday 23 December 5am-5:30pm

Monday 24 December (Christmas Eve) 5am-5:30pm

All traders reopen Thursday 3 January 2019, trading as usual.

Niche Markets:

Thursday 20 and Friday 21 December 10am-5pm

Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 December 9am-5pm

Monday 24 December (Christmas Eve) 10am-5pm

Reopen Thursday 3 January 2019, trading as usual.

New Year Trading:

Friday 28 December

Ziggys’ 7am-5pm

Trugolds 7am-5pm

Saturday 29 December

Ziggys’ 7am-5pm

Trugolds 7am-5pm

Sea Harvest Australia 8am-5:30pm

Ocean Fresh Seafoods 9am-3pm

Sunday 30 December

Ziggys’ 7am-5pm

Trugolds 7am-5pm

Sea Harvest Australia 8am-5:30pm

Ocean Fresh Seafoods 9am-3pm

Monday 31 December

Ziggys’ 7am-2pm

Trugolds 7am-2pm

Ocean Fresh Seafoods 9am-3pm

  • WHAT’S IN SEASON: FRUIT | APPLES: All new season except for Pink Ladies and Granny Smiths. BANANAS: Prices still impacted by supply issues from QLD floods. BERRIES: Last weeks for Tassie blueberries. Cooler weather has helped Strawberries with better value and longevity this week. Blackberries available. EXOTIC: Aussie mangosteens, rambutans, dragonfruit, guava and starfruit available. FIGS: Still peaking with a beautiful blush this week. GRAPES: Great range of grapes in season. Your preference depends on levels of crunch and sweetness desired. MANGOES: NSW KP mangoes still available. Last weeks for mangoes! MELONS: Rockmelons and watermelons a little scarce. PEARS: Corellas, Nashi, Williams and Buerre Bosc in season. Josephines and Packhams should start next week or so. PINES: Topless still eating well. POMEGRANATES: Aussie pomegranates in season. Better value this week. STONE FRUIT: Plums great varieties available still eating and cooking really well. Poach and freeze! VEGETABLES | Still feeling some impacts from the hot weather in January impacting vegetable crops around Australia and prices. Cooler Autumn weather will start to take effect over next few weeks. ASPARAGUS: Cooler weather in Victoria has meant a good Autumn asparagus crop with great value asparagus in season. However, Autumn season for Aussie asparagus is short so buy while available. AVOCADOS: New season shepherds in season. Hass ending soon. BEANS: Sugar snap and snowpeas still scarce. Round beans better value this week. Butter and Borlotti beans available. CAVOLO NERO & KALE: Beaut bunches. GARLIC: Tassie and organic garlic in season. GOOD VALUE: Zucchini, cucumbers and green capsicums. POTATOES & PUMPKIN: Kiflers the pick. TOMATOES: Scarce. FLOWERS: Great value roses.