Produce & Craft of the Local Region

Next market is Sunday 29th May (9.00am - 1.30pm)

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Markets Calendar 2016

Morning Markets
(9.00am to 1.30pm)
Sunday 29 May 2016
Sunday 26 June 2016
Sunday 31 July 2016
Sunday 28 August 2016
Sunday 25 September 2016
Twilight Markets
(5.30pm to 9.00pm)
Saturday 29 October 2016
Saturday 26 November 2016
Saturday 17 December 2016

Lots of Teddy Bears

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All morning our resident story tellers Jill and Stacey from the Library entertained big and small children. The Teddy Bears Picnic was a little idea for our little people and like in a fairy tale, they sat under the Mulberry Tree and the weather was very kind and didn’t spoil a gorgeous morning.

How to Find Us

The Old Perth Road Markets are near the Bassendean Train Station, they are just 10 metres away!

Click here for a map and plan of the markets, or follow this link to take you to the Google maps to find directions from Perth City Centre

MiMelts – Natural Soy Candles

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Mi Melts Natural Soy Candels

I have always loved candles! and a couple of years ago, I decided to dip into this passion of mine by making my own. Rather than using the paraffin wax (derived from petroleum) I discovered EcoSoya which is 100% vegetable and is created with pure natural soybean oil.  Natural soy wax burns cleaner, cooler and is bio-degradable which makes it great for our environment!  The wicks I use are pure cotton with a paper braid. READ MORE

Become a Stallholder

The Old Perth Road Markets showcase produce and craft from the local region.  If you want to be part of the Markets download the application form, fill out your details and email it to the Rotary Club of Swan Valley here:


Our Stalls


Buskers Wanted!

We have a range of entertainers performing on the footpaths and through the stalls.

If you are an entertainer and fancy having a pitch at the markets get in touch.


Day Markets back in style

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With wintery weather on the horizon, one bright spot is the Sunday Morning Markets.  With around 50 or more stalls to enjoy, you can linger and chat with locals and visitors alike.  Many local shops are open doing business too, with specials and bargains to take advantage of.

Waggy Dog Bakehouse

waggy DogMost supermarket brands of dog treats contain sugar, salt, preservatives – and a whole lot of other chemicals which have no place in our pooches’ diets. The ‘dry’ food is full of wheat, corn and starchy fillers which are not digested by dogs and end up on the back lawn where you’ll pick it up later! READ MORE

Classical Musicians

Quartet@Twilight Markets sq smThere’s no doubt about it – in professional hands the viola and the violin can charm the birds off the trees. So when our beautiful quartet took to the stage it was no surprise to see groups of people lost for words and stopped to listen to their magnificent pieces.  We are planning to welcome them back again soon.

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Honey I’m Home & Fartworthingtons Emporium

Honey I'm Home & Fartworthingtons Emporium

Driven by passion and a weakness for honey, Blaine and Tristan Campbell have nurtured a strong following since they launched their business Honey, I’m Home Produce. READ MORE

Daisy Chain Eco Nursery

Daisy Chain Eco Nursery

At just 50sqm in the fertile valley of Wundowie, Daisy Chain Daisy Chain Eco Nursery is a micro nursery!

It is family run and 100% organic. Not just 100% organic (with no soil amendments, pesticides, fertilisers, GMOs) it has no hybridisation either.  Their particular passion is propagating heirloom vegetable seedlings.  Judy, (Pictured on the right above!) the proprietor of this little hidden nursery is a qualified horticulturalist.  READ MORE

Getting dirty

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The Cyril Jackson Senior campus in Ashfield are keen to get their name out there.

Next to the campus is the ArtsHouse and around that is a community garden.  The community garden is a place for gardeners to build up their confidence and skills and generally get their hands dirty.  And where better to promote themselves then at the  Markets?  With lots of volunteers and locals involved children and adults alike were greeted and entertained with clay pressings, art discussions and lots of herbs and other plants to buy.

Musicians are our friends

Taryn RyanWe’re keen on all kinds of music at the markets. And in April we had three different Musicians.  Taryn Ryan was fabulous with an acoustic guitar.

Unfortunately we didn’t get photos of them all but they’ll be back next time.



swifty art

All people can afford an original piece of art . . . .

Although the majority of his work appears on extreme sport surf boards and skate boards they’re usually hanging in pride of place in lounges and homes rather than being ridden on.

Tom Swift or Swifty specialises in taking old surf boards and turning them into works of art and his distinctive black and white figurative style READ MORE


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  The markets have a new phone number effective immediately

0466 388 451

Fee Schedule

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Information on fees for stallholders


Fund Raising? What about a Sausage Sizzle?

Limited opportunities available, so get in quick.

Want to raise funds for your community group based in Bassendean?   Contact the OPRM Team at

Groups must be based in Town of Bassendean and have their own equipment.

Casual Stallholder Insurance now available

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As part of our ongoing effort to improve the markets experience for our stallholders, the Rotary Club of Swan Valley are able to offer insurance coverage READ MORE

Lost Property at the Markets

If you have lost or found anything at the markets visit the Rotary Club of Swan Valley stall, or email

Virtual Markets


The Entertainers

Every month local performers are featured on the main stage at the Markets.  If you want to be part of this great local event, let us know at