If you’re in the area of Darwin and are looking for a local market for your produce, here’s a handy guide.
What you need to know: What you’ll need: A good supply of produce, ready to go, or a good way to transport it from the garden to the market This will depend on the market you’re looking for.
It could be a farm or a produce market, or maybe a local supermarket.
Pick a local place to pick your produce and bring it to the garden where you want to buy it.
Make sure the market is safe.
If it’s not, you’ll be fined.
What to bring: You can bring whatever you want – and if you don’t have enough for your own market, it’s also a good idea to bring a small bag for the market.
You may want to bring your own container, so you don.
The more plastic bags you bring, the more plastic waste you will be dumping.
Bring something with you – a knife, a spoon or some other sharp tool.
Bring a few coins for coins, and a small plastic bag.
How to get there: If you don’ have a car, the best option is to drive down to the nearest market and buy your produce.
There will be a pick up point in the city, but it’s best to get off the road before 10am and arrive early at the market so you can get there early.
What time do you need your produce to arrive: Pick up will be from 10am to 2pm Monday to Friday.
Market closes at 2pm on Saturday.
If you can’t arrive by 2pm, try to get your produce in your car at a later time.
What is your market like?
This will vary depending on what you’re buying, so check the produce market map to find out where the best places to buy are in the NT.
Where can you buy local produce?
This can be a very different situation to the supermarkets in the cities.
A lot of farmers markets and produce markets are run by local people, so they have a lot more options for buying local produce.
Some farmers markets in the remote NT are run as part of the NT Farmers Market, where you can buy produce from a small market with a small pick up fee.
There are also a lot of other farmers markets, which are run on a voluntary basis.
Check out our guide to finding a local farmers market in Northern Territory to find your local farmers’ market in your area.
You can also find more local produce markets online.
What’s the difference between a local farmer’s market and a supermarket?
A farmers market is a place where you buy fresh produce from farmers from your area, as well as other local products.
A supermarket is a small place where people shop for groceries and other foodstuffs from supermarkets.
What can you do if you’re not sure if you’ll get a local food market?
If you want a local fruit and veg market, you should definitely take the time to find one before you buy your local produce – you may have to buy a lot less to get what you need.
For example, if you want some local produce to try, you could go to a local garden market and pick up some of the produce you’d like to buy there.