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.

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.

The Albany Boatshed Markets – Be Amazed at What You Discover!

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Did you know that the Albany Boatshed Markets commenced over six years ago?

Over the last six years it has changed from being a successful Fisherman and Farmers Market to a vibrant, thriving Sunday Market with something to interest everyone.

In addition to a wonderful range of fresh local seasonal fruit and vegetables, you will find:

Beautiful and distinctive products handcrafted by local artisans – jewellery; pottery; woodwork; sewn and knitted handcrafts; candles; soaps; metal art sculptures.

Coffee and fresh juices.

Belgian waffles, yabbie pies and rolls prepared while you wait – choose from a variety of tasty ready to eat sweet, savoury and “raw food” options to eat at the Market or take away.

Premium Great Southern wines and cider.

Free range eggs; yabbies; biodynamic certified meats; as well as a range of cheeses and freshly baked products including sour dough breads and rolls.

Fresh seafood – a wide selection of local fish freshly caught each week.

Gourmet jams, pickles, chutneys; honey; chocolates; toffee; “raw food” treats; as well as avocado and olive oil.

Gourmet dog treats.

So, come and meet your local producers and have a chat to them about the produce you are buying.  Enjoy live music each week by talented local performers and soak up the family-friendly, relaxed atmosphere overlooking the Princess Royal harbour.

Fruit and Vegetables in season at the Boatshed Markets this Autumn

Autumn in Albany is a wonderful time of the year!  Along with beautiful weather, the new season heralds in a glorious crop of fruit and vegetables with a range of intense flavours and substantial textures for you to enjoy.

Early autumn you will still be able to find late summer varieties of produce at the Market, but as we move further into autumn enjoy:

Fruit in Season

Whether you are looking to bake an apple pie or enjoy a platter of fresh fruit, the Markets’ range of new season apples, pears and mandarins offer local produce at its best.

fruitKeep a look out for:

Plums – Tegan Blue
Apples – Pink Lady, Golden Delicious, Gala, Fuji.
Pears – Bartlett
 – Imperial & Seedless
Oranges – Navel, Valencias.
White Grapefruit

Lemons – Meyer and Eureka.

Vegetables in Season

There is a large choice of vegetables in season during autumn, why not try a new variety in your shopping bag each week?

fresh vegetablesKeep a look out for:

Cabbages:  Red, Savoy,Drumhead, Chinese.
Onions:  White, Brown, Spring Onions.
Beetroots:  Red, Golden
Lettuces:  Cos, Coral, Iceberg
Beets:  Silver, Rainbow, Spinach, Lucullus.
Kale:  Scotch, Tuscan, Russian Kale, Pentland Brig.
Potatoes:  Kestrel, Ruby Lou.