One Planet Market


One Planet Market, an initiative of Sustainable Communities SA, is a local market held from 9am – 12 noon on the 3rd Saturday of each month at
Payneham Community Centre, 374 Payneham Road, Payneham 5070.

We welcome people to come and sell, buy or exchange garden produce, home made food and second hand goods. The market features:

  • Local produce
  • Urban Orchard – swap and share
  • Morning tea
  • LETS (Local Exchange Trading System) members stalls
  • FreeCycle
  • Information table – join Sustainable Communities, renew your membership, information and resources on sustainability events and activities
  • Workshops on practical topics – free!

Upcoming workshops:

18 March 2017 Making native bee hotels, wild pollinators Jenny Deans
15 April 2017 Felting Kylie Willison
20 May 2017 Mindfulness meditation Liana Taylor
17 June 2017 Practical sustainability in the home, cleaning alternatives Pam Marshall
15 July 2017 Workplace democracy via workers cooperatives Bethany Hunt

See the list of all workshops held since 2013.

The aims of the market are

  • To encourage local production and local economy
  • To foster community relationships, resilience and self-reliance

One Planet Market Guidelines for Growers [pdf 70KB]
For more information and enquiries, please contact Monica O’Wheel.

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