Liverpool Growers & Foodies Market
Welcome to Warwick Farm Trackside Market. Farmers market with fresh produce every Saturday 8am to 12 o’clock. Producers come from all over NSW to bring you beef, lamb, pork, fruit in season, vegies, eggs, honey and lots more. Relax and enjoy brunch whilst you meet the growers and do your shopping.
We pride ourselves on our range of fresh, local food that goes straight from the farm to your plate. Our produce is sourced predominantly from the Sydney basin, cutting down on food miles and making every mouthful a taste sensation! Celebrate the cornucopia on offer by combining extraordinary food with genuine service. Many of the stalls are proudly run by three generations of farmers, all of whom love a chat with regulars and new faces alike.
We are one of the only farmer-run markets in Australia, supporting local producers while providing you with fresh produce straight from the paddock. Behind every mouthful is a story – come down and have a yarn with the farmers who grow your food, do your weekly shop and enjoy the family friendly atmosphere. We pride ourselves on our produce: as fresh as it comes, of the highest quality and packed with flavour. We’re sure your tastebuds will agree!
The market not only offers quality produce for competitive prices, but is also consistent, convenient and reliable. Operating 52 weeks of the year, stallholders have been open for business in spite of flood, fire, hail and drought since 2002!
Why We’re Different
Only producers actually growing or producing fresh produce and products are allowed to sell at the Warwick Farm Trackside markets. Find out more about our unique & successful markets.
Who We Are
United Growers Pty Ltd was formed by 11 farmers each contributing the capital and working funds from their own pockets. In November 2004, we commenced trading as “Warwick Farm Trackside Market”.
Where We Are
Childs Park, Ascot Drive, Chipping Norton.
Gates open at 8am sharp and close at 12 noon.
Parking is accessible via Homestead Ave.
Weekly Featured Crop
Dairy produce: Dairy products Did you know that in 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip and the First Fleeter’ s came ashore at Sydney Cove with seven cows and two bulls. This small herd soon moved to the greener pastures of Parramatta where they escaped into the bush not to be seen for some seven years. Upon their recapture, the herd comprised 61 cattle. It was the cows of this group which became Australia’s first dairy herd
Over 43 Home Grown Stallholders
The market is made up of an increasing number of stallholders, who mostly grow their produce within the Sydney Basin. Some stallholders travel to the market each weekend from towns as far away as Batlow, Taree, Cowra, Orange, Young and Yeoval.
Peel and slice apples. Cook apples, orange juice, cinnamon and brown sugar in a saucepan until soft. Pour apples into pie dish, spread out evenly.
Beef and Vegetable Casserole
Preheat oven to 160CC fan-forced. Place flour and beef in a snap lock bag. Season with salt and pepper. Shake to coat. Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a heavy based, oven proof casserole dish over medium-high heat. Cook beef in batches for 3-4 minutes or until browned.