Try our Regional Table

Featuring Fresh Local Produce

The Boat Shed Market aims to deliver a diverse range of high quality produce for locals and visitors alike.  The recent introduction of a Regional Table to the Market provides a way for producers who are unable to open a stand-alone stall to make their produce available to customers. This week the Regional Table will include:

Salad greens, potatoes, broccolini and more from Bathgate Farms;




Certified organic tomatoes, pumpkin, cucumbers and watermelon from Gledhow Organics;


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Large garlic bulbs from  Mt Barker Fresh Garlic;

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 and new season Feijoa’s from Rainbow Coast Produce



On the waterfront – every Sunday Morning

10am to 1 pm – Come on down.

Cuthbert Pastured Eggs are now at the Boat Shed Markets

Take them out of cages and chickens reward us by working hard – because it takes a lot of work to make the best possible egg.

At Cuthbert Pastured Eggs their chickens roam across a pasture to search out all the little bits and pieces of food and stuff that come together to make an egg with a yellow yolk, firm white and solid shell.  Everyone is much happier.



If quality is important – quality of your food, quality of your health and quality of life for you and the chicken – then come on down to the Boat Shed Market between 10am and 1pm on Sundays to get the best eggs directly from the farmer.

Hot Cross Buns at the Boat Shed Market – Sunday 1 April

Royale Patisserie

The best Hot Cross Buns in Albany will be at the Boat Shed Markets this Sunday morning between 10am and 1pm.

In addition to the wide range of breads and pastries that Albany’s Royale Patisserie offers every week at the Boat Shed Markets there will be an Easter treat of fresh hot cross buns.bread2.jpg


Come down to the Boat Shed Markets on the waterfront and enjoy some food, coffee, live music and local producers.

This Sunday – Fresh Olive Oil from Cranbrook P&C

Cranbrook Primary School – with 57 students – has been looking at ways  to use the harvest from 1,000 local olive trees to help raise some funds for the school P&C.


After quite a few tests and trials.


the end result is an extra-virgin olive oil branded the P&C Pick.


Come down to the Boat Shed Market on Sunday and pick up a bottle of “the good oil”.

Pictures courtesy of Kristy St Jack