Mobile donor centre coming soon

Roll up Your Sleeves and Give Blood

Please, make an appointment to give blood at the Davies Park Market this Saturday 30th of May by visiting

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Peppers in hands

Pimientos de Padron

An old Spanish tradition has found its way to the Davies Park Market this season again!

PIMIENTOS DE PADRON are small green peppers (5-7 centimetres long) unique to Padron, a region of south west Galicia in north west Spain, around 22 kilometres from Santiago de Compostela. Galicia is famous for its green landscape, spectacular coastline, high rainfall and delicious organic products from both the sea and land.

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Solar Citizens Unite!

Are you sick and tired of power bills becoming more and more expensive? Solar might just be the answer. The volunteer team from will be at Davies Park Market this Saturday, conducting the Great Solar Power Poll, and they’d love for you to pop by and say hi!

Australia is one of the sunniest continents on earth, so producing power from the sun just makes sense.

This has been recognised by millions of Australians who have chosen to take energy generation into their own hands.

One million rooftop power stations are now lighting up homes around the country. And many more households are looking to solar as a way to manage their energy bills, creating cleaner energy along the way.

Check out their YouTube clip here

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Son Of Drum Sunset Series Djembe

Little Drummer Boy

The gift of rhythm and melody is one that will never age and nurturing talent of a friend or family member is something that will forever be remembered.

Son of Drum are regular stallholders at Davies Park Market with a range from strings, didge to percussion. “Our goal is to make the joy of music accessible to more people, especially when it comes to drumming! Drumming is sociable and fun, so get involved!”

We jam with brainchild Benji to hear how he has the music in him…

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Ripe n Raw Organics (Try the range at Davies Park Market)


Davies Park bustles every Saturday morning with farmers making their way to market whether rain, hail or super shine to bring you the best.

Some of the freshest produce and products are purveyed by ‘Ripe N Raw’. They know that we try to pack the most into our day and it can be tricky to maintain a work/life balance…let alone one that is also healthy. By bringing certified organic fruit, vegetables & groceries direct from the farms and small producers to the West End, they give everyone the opportunity to live a rich, delicious and wholesome lifestyle.

Find their large stall located near the South’s Leagues Club Entrance with green table cloths and a wide range of organic produce, organic juices and other alternatives such as gluten free products.
Read on to find out more about their range!.

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Imogen Bailey for The Hot Potato at Davies Park Market

Political Hot Potato

In an extremely ambitious people’s campaign for the lead up to the federal election, actor and activist Imogen Bailey is fronting The Hot Potato (a project by the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre) designed to take the heat out of the conversation and debunk many myths about the issue…all in a customised food van.

Dispelling myths with facts (not fears) Imogen and a raft of high profile Australians (Malcolm Fraser, Gotye, Mark Seymour, John Jarratt and Julian Burnside) are determined to give Australians the information they need to make up their own minds.

This  Saturday August 24, the Hot Potato van will be rolling into Davies Park Market. Come and add your voice in the pop up Dining Room where you are welcome to engage in conversations over a Hot potato with Imogen and ASRC Director Jana Favero.

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