There are many popular farmers’ markets to visit along the Garden Route such as the Outeniqua Farmers’ Market in George, Wild Oats in Sedgefield and Harkerville Market near Plettenberg Bay.

  • Outeniqua Farmers’ Market
Outeniqua Farmers Market
Outeniqua Farmers Market

The ancient name Outeniqua means ‘the land where honey comes from’, but when the Outeniqua Farmers’ Market opened, Outeniqua became the land where honey, cheese, fish, chocolate, cakes, berries and other delicious foods come from.

Outeniqua Farmers Market

Opposite the Garden Route Mall in George, we’re open every Saturday from 8am until 2pm and we have more than 150 food and craft stalls!

We also offer live entertainment, undercover seating, excellent ablution facilities and secure parking.

There’s lots for the children, too! Train rides, pedal cars, face painting, bunnies and a play park!

So if it’s farm fresh fruit and veggies, international cuisine, sweet treats, or gifts and decor that you’re after, then the Outeniqua Farmer’s Market is for you! Pets are welcome too!

For more information, please contact us at or on +27 (0)76 070 0618.

Harkerville Saturday Market, Plettenberg Bay

Harkerville Market

Harkerville Market is rural and rustic, vibey and vital – not a flea market, not just a craft market, not only a farmers’ market – but definitely all you could ever hope for in a typical South African Saturday Market.

Harkerville Market

When it comes to food, the emphasis is on natural and organic products ~ fresh breads, organic vegetables, home-cooked meals, the best locally-produced cheeses, fresh mushrooms, delicious pies, fresh meats, bottled products…and so much more.

Enjoy a lazy breakfast under the mighty oak, then load up your basket with fresh wares for the week-end.

The Garden Route has a wealth of crafters, many well-known, who offer a wide selection of items, from ethnic art, decoupage and woodwork, to jewellery and clothing. Other specialities include books, music, plants and more.

For more information, please contact us at or on +27 (0)84 510 9939.

Redberry Farm

Redberry Farm

Redberry Farm is a commercial strawberry grower and a popular family entertainment venue.

Redberry Farm

We offer family-friendly activities such as pick-your-own strawberries, the largest hedge maze in the southern hemisphere, a tea garden and farm stall, mini train rides, a large outdoor playground, bumper boats and bubble ball on the dam as well as pony rides.

Commericially, over 400 tons of strawberries are produced each year and supplied to stores across the country. Strawberry jams, liqueurs and other exclusive strawberry products are produced on the farm.

For more information, please contact us at or or on +27 (0)44 870 7123.


  • Wild Oats Community Farmers’ Market


Wild Oats Community Farmers' Market

Wild Oats is located on the outskirts of the tiny coastal town of Sedgefield, adjacent to the beautiful Swartvlei lake-lagoon. This small, rustic but internationally famous farmers’ market continues to attract the enthusiastic attention of proud locals and discernng travellers.

Open every Saturday morning throughout the year, from 07h30 to 12h00 in summer and 08h00 to 12h00 in winter, this authentic producers’ market is brimming with the choicest locally-produced foods, both the take-home and breakfast variety.

Wild Oats

Including free-range meats, chicken, lamb, dairy and cheese, the market also specializes in fresh-from-the-field vegetables, freshly-baked and bottled goods, as well as a wide variety of fresh-off-the-coals breakfasts.

The market also proudly offers the many plants and flowers of the unique Southern Cape Floral Kingdom, propagated by local plant specialists.

For more information, please contact us at or or on +27 (0)82 376 5020.